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Passwords Survey: Majority Have Experienced Online Security Incidents

Passwords Survey: Majority Have Experienced Online Security Incidents

There have been several security incidents lately regarding websites and the passwords people use to log into them. As a result, some people and tech companies have been trying to come up with alternatives. One even suggested the possibility of using photos as passwords. What do people think about the security of their online passwords? And how would they feel about enacting an alternative solution?

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Online Reviews Survey: Few Have Left Negative Business Reviews

Online Reviews Survey: Few Have Left Negative Business Reviews

A New York hotel has enacted a policy that fines large parties for any negative reviews the business receives online. Online reviews have become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly on sites like Yelp. And consumers tend to trust the reviews left by their fellow customers. So just how influential can these reviews be? And how prominent are negative reviews?

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Back to School Shopping Survey: More Shopping Online for Supplies

Back to School Shopping Survey: More Shopping Online for Supplies

It’s that time of year – families and students of all ages are preparing to go back to school. And that means it’s time for back to school shopping. Commercials and other ads are already announcing a variety of sales and new items. But how many have already started their back to school shopping for the year?

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Walmart Survey: Customers Slowly Leaving Big Box Store

Walmart Survey: Customers Slowly Leaving Big Box Store

Walmart’s stock was recently downgraded to a neutral rating due to falling sales. While the retail giant isn’t exactly in danger of going out of business, some people have been reportedly been abandoning big box stores like Walmart for years in favor of online and specialty retailers. So just how much is the retail giant’s clientele changing?

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Tablet Market Survey: Sales and Interest Continue to Grow

Tablet Market Survey: Sales and Interest Continue to Grow

Tablet sales are slowing, according to a report from Best Buy. In general, the tablet market has been booming in recent years, with plenty of new models becoming available and sales increasing for various devices. But could the popularity of tablets be slowing down now? How many people currently own tablets and how many more plan to buy them in the future?

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Bolt Survey: Users Already Have Plenty of Ways to Send Media

Bolt Survey: Users Already Have Plenty of Ways to Send Media

Instagram has just released a new photo and video sharing app called Bolt. The app is intended to rival Snapchat by offering the ability to send media to contacts who will be able to view it once before it’s deleted. So how many people already use apps like Snapchat? And is there room for one more player in the marketplace?

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Flexible Hours Survey: Salary Considered More Important Than Flexibility

Flexible Hours Survey: Salary Considered More Important Than Flexibility

Workers in various industries have been experiencing a trend of flexible working hours lately. More and more businesses are giving their employees different scheduling options, and technology has made it easier for some people to even work from home. How many workers get to take advantage of flexible hours? And how many would like to in the future?

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Social Media Commerce Survey: Few Have Made Purchases Using Social Media

Social Media Commerce Survey: Few Have Made Purchases Using Social Media

Coca-Cola just announced a new program aimed at social media users. Tweet-A-Coke gives Twitter users the opportunity to purchase and send Coke as a gift to their friends directly on the social media platform. Twitter was involved in a similar program last year with Starbucks. But it’s far from the only platform taking part in the new trend of social media commerce. So how many are interested in social media commerce? And how many have used it already?

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Facebook Mobile Survey: Mobile Platform Not Gaining Many Users

Facebook Mobile Survey: Mobile Platform Not Gaining Many Users

Shares of Facebook soared 8% in premarket trading last week. Much of the reason for investors’ increased confidence in the social media giant has to do with its mobile strategy. Facebook mobile users have reportedly increased over the past several years as the company has evolved and added more mobile and location-based features. So just how much has the Facebook mobile landscape changed over the past couple of years?

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Generic Products Survey: Most Believe Name Brands Mean Higher Quality

Generic Products Survey: Most Believe Name Brands Mean Higher Quality

Generic and store brand products have been around for years, offering low cost alternatives to name brands in various industries. From grocery stores to pharmacies to shopping malls, consumers are often left with the choice of whether to spend a little more for brand names or save with generics. So how often do people decide to purchase generic products?

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Smart Luggage Survey: Nearly Half Have Dealt With Lost Luggage

Smart Luggage Survey: Nearly Half Have Dealt With Lost Luggage

When an airline loses your luggage, getting it back can be a nightmare. That’s why some tech and travel companies, including AT&T and Airbus, have proposed the concept of smart luggage. This type of luggage would include GPS trackers so that airlines could easily locate the lost items. How many travelers would be interested in utilizing this technology?

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Smart Rewards Survey: Smartphone Privacy a Moderate Concern

Smart Rewards Survey: Smartphone Privacy a Moderate Concern

Verizon recently announced a new program that would offer rewards to customers for various activities. Participants can accrue points for things like signing onto Verizon’s website and paying their bills online. But the part of the program that’s raising eyebrows deals with the company’s marketing program. Verizon is offering rewards points to customers who allow the company to track their activity, including geographical location and web browsing, for marketing purposes. How many would agree to take part in this part of Verizon’s Smart Rewards program? Or are people too worried about privacy?

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Kindle Unlimited Survey: Current Kindle Owners Interested in New Program

Kindle Unlimited Survey: Current Kindle Owners Interested in New Program

Amazon just announced a new program for Kindle owners that will allow them access to hundreds of thousands of books on their devices for about $10 per month. E-readers have gained popularity since the Kindle first launched, and many have been waiting for a program like this to emerge. How many will take advantage of Kindle Unlimited?

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Retirement Survey: More People Starting to Plan for Retirement

Retirement Survey: More People Starting to Plan for Retirement

Retirement savings are on the rise, according to some financial institutions. The recent economic downturn had taken its toll on some people’s retirement plans, but that could soon be changing. So how many current workers have already started planning for retirement? And have the numbers changed at all over the past couple of years?

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Facebook Buy Survey: Vast Majority Have Shopped Online

Facebook Buy Survey: Vast Majority Have Shopped Online

Facebook is in the process of testing a new feature that would let users purchase products from businesses directly on the site. Online shopping is already incredibly popular. And consumers use Facebook to connect with many of their favorite businesses anyway. But would shoppers be interested in the new Facebook Buy button?

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Customer Service Survey: More Than Half Would Consider Leaving After One Bad Experience

Customer Service Survey: More Than Half Would Consider Leaving After One Bad Experience

Comcast is currently in some hot water after a recording of one of its customer service calls leaked online. Customer service has always been considered important. But in the age of the internet, these interactions can very easily become public. So just how important is customer service? And what kind of impact can it have, both positive and negative?

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In-App Purchases Survey: Few Have Made Unintentional App Purchases

In-App Purchases Survey: Few Have Made Unintentional App Purchases

Amazon is currently facing some legal issues due to in-app purchases made through apps from the company’s app store. Mobile apps are becoming more and more popular, as are in-app purchases. People can make these purchases either from retailers that sell actual goods or for games and similar apps that require credits or other digital goods. The FTC has said that Amazon made it too easy for people to make these purchases without realizing or properly authorizing them. How big of an issue is this for mobile device owners?

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World Cup Survey: Matches Gained More Viewers Throughout Tournament

World Cup Survey: Matches Gained More Viewers Throughout Tournament

The 2014 FIFA World Cup ended with a championship game over the weekend. Team Germany won the ultimate prize as millions of fans from around the world tuned in and shared their thoughts on social media. The sporting event gained a lot of attention through the duration of the tournament. So just how many tuned in to see various matches this year? And how many participated in the social media bonanza surrounding the World Cup?

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Google Fiber Survey: Speedy Connections Considered Very Important

Google Fiber Survey: Speedy Connections Considered Very Important

Google announced earlier this month that it is expanding its Google Fiber program in the Kansas City metro area. Google Fiber delivers internet speeds that are 100 times faster than normal connections. While still not widely available in most areas, Google Fiber has certainly garnered a lot of interest. How many would like to have access to Google Fiber? And how important is speed when it comes to internet connections?

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Mobile Ads Survey: Click Rates Not Increasing Significantly

Mobile Ads Survey: Click Rates Not Increasing Significantly

Mobile advertising is a growing field. In fact, some expect mobile ads to surpass other, more traditional forms of advertising like print and radio within the year. How many people can mobile ads currently reach? And how much has that reach grown just within the last couple of years?

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Uber Survey: Nearly Half Interested in Transportation Apps

Uber Survey: Nearly Half Interested in Transportation Apps

Transportation app Uber recently decided to cut its rates by 20% in New York City to better compete with other transportation options like traditional taxis. The app specializes in connecting drivers with people looking for rides in a particular city. But many people have yet to try the service. Are people interested in using Uber or similar apps as they become available?

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Shopping Malls Survey: Shoppers Expect Decline to Continue

Shopping Malls Survey: Shoppers Expect Decline to Continue

Shopping malls have struggled during the recent economic downturn. Not a great number of them have actually closed their doors due to struggles, but some have been forced to downsize or change in other ways. And in the age of online shopping, a decline is likely to continue. What do Americans think about the future of shopping malls?

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Yahoo Screen Survey: New Season of Community Could Bring Viewers

Yahoo Screen Survey: New Season of Community Could Bring Viewers

Community, the offbeat comedy that has aired on NBC over the past five years, was cancelled before it got the chance at a sixth season. However, Yahoo decided to bring back the show to air online on its Yahoo Screen platform. Yahoo Screen isn’t currently the most popular outlet for online TV, but bringing in a show with an existing audience could have an impact. Would viewers subscribe to an online platform to continue watching their favorite TV shows?

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American Made Survey: Buying Local Products Increasingly Important

American Made Survey: Buying Local Products Increasingly Important

With the Fourth of July holiday taking place this week, Americans are feeling pretty patriotic. Buying American made products is one way to show that patriotism on an everyday basis. And companies have begun to promote the fact that their products are made in the US when applicable. How many American consumers prefer to buy American made products?

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Facebook Mood Study Survey: Not Many Upset About Social Experiment

Facebook Mood Study Survey: Not Many Upset About Social Experiment

Facebook has drawn some heavy criticism over a social experiment it performed back in 2012. The site arranged for certain people’s timelines to contain a higher than usual amount of negative posts and others to display more positive posts. Then it tracked whether that impacted the tone of even more posts. How many people are upset by this experiment? And do they agree with the results of the study?

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