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People connects with readers using data-driven giveaways page

Borrowing an age-old approach to market research and data collection, Time Inc.’s People has launched a giveaways page in its Style section managed by Poshly, a survey platform for beauty brands. “We’re seeing data collected at an alarmingly high rate,” … Continue reading

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Global cross-border shopping trends revealed

Results from a new study commissioned by FedEx (FDX) and conducted by Forrester Consulting on the priorities and preferences of global online shoppers indicate how truly global online shopping has become, according to a recent press release. In an effort … Continue reading

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Cupid’s arrow encourages American shoppers

Cupid has some tricks up his (non-existent) sleeve this year with plans to shower Americans with jewelry, candy and a special night out. According to the National Retail Federation’s Valentine’s Day Consumer Spending Survey conducted by Prosper Insights and Analytics, … Continue reading

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Super Bowl fans plan to splurge for game day

The most widely watched sporting event of the year will draw an estimated 184 million viewers when the Seattle Seahawks return to the Super Bowl after last year’s win to face the New England Patriots on Sunday, February 1, for … Continue reading

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Super Bowl commercial myths, exposed

As Americans gear up for Super Bowl XLIX, many are looking forward to one thing: commercials. Data from Ace Metrix provides insights from the past five games, breaking down the biggest Super Bowl ad myths and facts. The study has tracked 263 … Continue reading

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Transforming outdated stores: a strategic marketing investment

Remodeling retail stores boosts sales to new customers by almost 50 percent new research from Monash University has found. According to a report by Marketingmag.com.au, the study, conducted by Tracey Dagger and Peter Danaher of Monash University’s department of marketing, … Continue reading

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Photo recap from Cocktails with Quirk’s in Boca Raton!

We’ve had a blast hosting Cocktails with Quirk’s, a series of free events for researchers to network with their peers in a casual, comfortable environment. Our next party will be on Monday, February 23, in the New York Marriott Brooklyn … Continue reading

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A little holiday humor

Quirk’s would like to wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday season.

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New study shows Millennial support for expanded Thanksgiving Day shopping hours

A recent LoyaltyOne research shows there are three kinds of American Thanksgiving Day shoppers: fifty percent who say all-day shopping hours on Thanksgiving Day are a bad idea that detracts from the traditional celebration; thirty-three percent who say stores being … Continue reading

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New study shows the significant role of promotions in driving sales

RetailMeNot, Inc., which operates the world’s largest marketplace for digital offers, released the findings of a November 2014 study it conducted using Google Consumer Surveys. The study, which also includes other third-party research, unveils the six stages of the consumer … Continue reading

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