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Flexible schedules and early Friday departures are the most coveted employee summer perks, according to a survey developed by administrative
The economic turmoil is prompting marketers to implement many short-term strategies, says a report released by
Forbes ’ 2009 Advertising Effectiveness study is out, and it shows that advertisers consider digital media an increasingly valuable avenue for improving brand perception.
The results of TEKgroup International’s annual Online Newsroom Survey show that online newsrooms have become indispensable resources for journalists in their reporting of corporate news.
A recent survey conducted by Internet Retailer suggests that although revenue numbers for retailers are down, sales conversion rates for e-mail marketing tactics rose for nearly a quarter of those surveyed, while more than half of the respondents reported little to no change.
Twitterers = Info Junkies: According to new data from research firm MarketingProfs, nearly 100% of surveyed Twitter users agreed with the statement, “I value getting information in a timely manner,” suggesting that this is among the biggest motivations for using the platform.
In Recession, Protect Your Reputation: The Reputation Institute (RI) has released the results of its 2009 U.S. Reputation Pulse study, which ranks
Using Social Media to Grow Businesses: A social media marketing industry report released by WhitePaperSource’s Michael Stelzner, titled “How Marketers Are Using Social Media to Grow Their Businesses” and sponsored by the Social Media Success Summit 2009, offers
â–¶ E-mail Marketers Missing Measurement Opportunities: According to the ERoi study of the trends and use of e-mail analytics, marketers “are taking an extremely careless approach to e-mail marketing” based on the finding that 18% …