Despite losing subscribers for the first time in the past eight years, Netflix is still the preferred method used for watching TV programs among U.S. consumers, followed closely by YouTube. Preferred by 61% of consumers for the past two years, the streaming giant’s dominance hasn’t been marked so much by growth as it has been by the drastic decline of Live TV across 2017, 2018, and 2019. In a matter of 3 years, linear television went from 68% in viewership down to 36%.
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In the past, the source of panelists for sample was highly scrutinized. We’d get questions like, “Are they recruited from social media?” If there were, many would reject the sample in favor of other sources they deemed more credible. So stringent where sample procurement departments at that time that they even questioned incentives. For example, I remember working with a retailer who did not want to work with our panel because we offered incentives from a competitive retailer. They thought it would skew the results.
Last month, Illinois became the 11th state to allow the adult use of recreational marijuana and the first state legislature to legalize selling it. The legal distribution of marijuana at the state level has prompted many blue-chip companies to explore cannabis-based products. So, who are the early players?
Last month, Illinois became the 11th state to allow the adult use of recreational marijuana. Its state legislature is the first to legalize selling the drug. Marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, for now. But that hasn’t stopped blue chip companies from exploring cannabis-based products as many believe that federal legalization in the U.S. is only a few votes away.
We are excited to launch our Hispanic Sample Evangelists series where we feature dynamic brands who have entrusted ThinkNow with their Hispanic sample needs. In this first installment, we interviewed April Lainez, Brand Manager for the health and beauty brand, DLC Laboratories.
In 1954, Darrell Huff called out the dangers of misrepresenting statistical data in his book How to Lie With Statistics. I don’t know how big a problem bad survey data and misinformation was in the 1950s but if you fast forward to 2019, social media and 24-hour news cycles have created an explosion of content that purports to be factual. Chances are, a percentage of it is not, which is what I want to talk about.
With the goal of reaching a viewership of one billion, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France holds represents an incredible marketing opportunity for Hispanic food products. This year’s tournament, which began on June 7 and ends on July 7, is the most exciting Women’s World Cup yet for several reasons: France is still buzzing from their 2017 Men’s World Cup win, while the U.S. women’s team is heavily favored to win this year. Toss in some intense, off-the-field conversations about gender equality, and it’s easy to see why interest in the games is at an all-time high.
With a goal of one billion viewers, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France holds untold potential for marketers. This year’s tournament is poised to be the most exciting to date for a few reasons: France is still buzzing from its 2018 Men’s World Cup win, while the U.S. women’s team is heavily favored to win this year. Toss in some intense, off-the-field conversations about gender equality, and it’s easy to see why interest in the games is at an all-time high. As marketers, of course, we’re every bit as interested in who is watching the games as who the players are.
In this conversation, we will explore how brands can play a role in addressing social justice issues in the Black American community by helping improve the lives of Black American consumers while driving brand engagement, loyalty, and sales. Speakers: Pepper Miller, Recognized Black American Market Researcher, Author, Subject Matter Expert and Speaker and Reginald Osborne, Strategic Business Leader & Cultural Expert.
Chances are, you’ve noticed an uptick in sample requests for Colombian respondents over the past few months which prompted us to launch an online market research panel in Colombia. Our expertise in multicultural market research makes us uniquely qualified to meet this need and brands are entrusting us to source high-quality sample in the area. But, have you wondered why brands are investing so heavily in trying to understand Colombian consumers better? We had a few thoughts but did a little more digging to get the facts.