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Research Alert Pro Research Alert Pro delivers abstracts of primary research - connected to it's searchable database - 24 times a year, to keep you abreast of the latest trends in consumer behavior. And each article includes complete source information so you can instantly follow up when you need additional detail. . . . more >
Always On: Trends In Digital Media Use
Always On: Trends In Digital Media Use The degree to which online and mobile technologies have changed Americans' daily lives is just beginning to be understood. As the U.S. population moves toward universal adoption of Internet and mobile, our connections to other people, to information, and to companies and products are transforming. . . . more >
Books & Readers, eBooks & eReaders
Books & Readers, eBooks & eReaders With eReader ownership approaching 20% of U.S. Internet users, opportunities -- and implications -- abound for content licensors across all entertainment and media segments. . . . more >
Media Use Across Platforms
Media Use Across Platforms This report draws data from more than 20 sources to document the increasing consumer adoption of Internet-connected devices. . . . more >
The Market For Apps & E-properties
The Market For Apps & E-properties The Market For Apps & E-properties demonstrates how, why, and when to add apps, social media, virtual worlds, mobile content, and other digital properties to your marketing and licensing mix. . . . more >
Profiles Of The U.S. Simultaneous Media User
Profiles Of The U.S. Simultaneous Media User Discover how simultaneous media use feeds consumer interest in a subject, and how it deepens their level of engagement. . . . more >
How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media
How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media Find out how tweens, teens, and young adults interact with social media, and what brands are doing to intercept their fragmented attention. . . . more >
Profiles Of The U.S. Online Shopper
Profiles Of The U.S. Online Shopper Drawing on primary data from more than 37 sources, this 36-page reference gives you authoritative data to illustrate every aspect of online shopping -- and the insight to apply that data to your Internet marketing strategy. . . . more >
How Mobile Devices Are Changing The Way Americans Shop
How Mobile Devices Are Changing The Way Americans Shop How Mobile Devices Are Changing The Way Americans Shop exposes the game-changing transformation of the retail shopping experience. You get the data and analysis to make strategic decisions about your future retail marketing programs. . . . more >
Directory of Sources for Consumer Research
Directory of Sources for Consumer Research This must-have reference provides instant access to 1600 independent, government, non-profit, and other organizations that publish research on consumer behavior and attitudes. The listings are indexed into 85 subject areas so you can instantly locate the sources you need for research about consumers. . . . more >
How Americans Use Social Media
How Americans Use Social Media Almost half of Americans visit a social network on any given day. Clearly Facebook isn't flaming out and Twitter isn't just a fad. The all-new 2012 edition of "How Americans Use Social Media" reveals what consumers are doing, looking for, and getting out of the time they spend on social media. . . . more >
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