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Campaign of the Week: Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Highlights History

Campaign of the Week: Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Highlights History

The Super Bowl has long been considered one of the most popular annual occasions for TV advertisers. And this year was no different. One of the most popular advertisers throughout the years has been Anheuser-Busch, the company behind popular beer brands like Budweiser. This year, the company aired an ad that told the story of one of the company’s founders immigrating to the US. So what did consumers think about this historical ad? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on different beer brands and then tested the Budweiser Super Bowl ad to see if it had any impact.

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Sustainable Beauty Survey: Buyers Care About Natural Ingredients

Sustainable Beauty Survey: Buyers Care About Natural Ingredients

The health and beauty industry, like many others, is putting more of a focus on sustainability and eco-friendly products. In fact, the organic beauty industry is in a state of flux as consumer preferences change, according to Cosmetics Business. So how many health and beauty buyers care about buying organic or eco-friendly products? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on sustainability when it comes to health and beauty purchases.

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Sustainable Technology Survey: Buyers Unlikely to Research Sustainability

Sustainable Technology Survey: Buyers Unlikely to Research Sustainability

Technology isn’t an industry that consumers usually associate with sustainability. In fact, many of the materials used to create things like smartphones, tablets and other popular gadgets are notoriously not eco-friendly. But there are some companies looking to change that. And gadgets like the ones in this list by Popular Mechanics offer some more sustainable alternatives to traditional tech gadgets. So how many consumers are interested in buying sustainable technology? We asked 1,000 respondents about their own tech buying habits and their thoughts on sustainability within the industry.

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Sustainable Groceries Survey: Shoppers Looking for Practical Items

Sustainable Groceries Survey: Shoppers Looking for Practical Items

Sustainability is a growing concern for grocery shoppers, according to a report from Sustainable Brands. There are plenty of different stores and brands that offer sustainable grocery and food options. And there are also many different types of sustainability factors and labels for consumers to consider when making their buying decisions. So how many grocery shoppers actually factor in sustainability when making their food purchases? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on sustainability when it comes to grocery shopping.

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Mobile Apps Survey: Brands Can Highlight Different Benefits

Mobile Apps Survey: Brands Can Highlight Different Benefits

Consumers are now more likely to turn to mobile devices when connecting with businesses or other individuals online than they are to use desktop computers. And according to data from comScore, the vast majority of consumers’ time spent on their mobile devices is spent using mobile applications. There are so many different app categories and purposes to appeal to different mobile consumers. But what factors help to drive those mobile app users? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on mobile apps and different app categories.

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Campaign of the Week: Walmart Oscars Ad Teases Short Films Promotion

Campaign of the Week: Walmart Oscars Ad Teases Short Films Promotion

With the Academy Awards just around the corner, Walmart is getting in on the fun with a series of short films based on no more than a simple Walmart receipt. The company released a short teaser to share information about the promotion, which will air during the awards show later this month. So how many consumers are interested in this unique ad campaign? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on the Walmart brand and then tested the initial ad to see if it would have any impact.

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Food Apps Survey: Quick Service Restaurants Dominate Category

Food Apps Survey: Quick Service Restaurants Dominate Category

Food apps are becoming more common. Quick service restaurants in particular have found new and unique ways to interact with mobile consumers via apps, according to data from Business Insider. But other food businesses like stores and retail brands can also potentially use mobile apps as part of their strategies. So how many consumers use mobile apps to find food options or otherwise shop for food or drink products? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on food related mobile apps.

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Entertainment Mobile Apps Survey: Mobile Users Appreciate Simplicity

Entertainment Mobile Apps Survey: Mobile Users Appreciate Simplicity

When it comes to mobile apps, entertainment is a popular function for a lot of users. According to statistics from Nielsen, the apps that fit into entertainment categories make up a significant portion of the mobile app market. With apps that can do everything from streaming music to providing sports scores, it seems that entertainment apps are likely to continue gaining popularity in the years to come. But what do consumers think? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on entertainment apps and their experience using the various apps in this category.

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Retail Mobile Apps Survey: Current Customers Likely to Continue Using Apps

Retail Mobile Apps Survey: Current Customers Likely to Continue Using Apps

Mobile apps have made their mark on a number of different industries. For retail companies, mobile apps make it possible to easily sell products to customers directly on their smartphones or mobile devices. And mobile commerce is growing fast, according to a report from eMarketer. So how many consumers regularly shop using mobile apps? And what do they think about the future of mobile commerce? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on retail mobile apps and mobile shopping.

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Brunch Survey: Meal Popular on Sundays, Special Occasions

Brunch Survey: Meal Popular on Sundays, Special Occasions

Brunch is a popular but somewhat divisive meal, according to a report from the Washington Post. But online searches for brunch have increased in recent years. And new trends and menu items have popped up at restaurants all over the country. So how many consumers and families are going out for brunch on a regular basis? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on this popular meal and how often they actually take part.

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Campaign of the Week: Pizza Hut “The Outdoers” Campaign Offers Sitcom-Style Ads

Campaign of the Week: Pizza Hut “The Outdoers” Campaign Offers Sitcom-Style Ads

A new ad campaign from Pizza Hut claims that “Nobody out-pizzas the Hut.” The ad campaign features sitcom-style ads where people show how they can’t be outdone in various aspects of life. One ad, for example, shows an enthusiastic music fan. So how do consumers feel about this type of ad campaign? We asked 1,000 respondents about their pizza buying habits and then tested the impact of the ad.

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Self-Service Kiosks Survey: Consumers Appreciate Multiple Options

Self-Service Kiosks Survey: Consumers Appreciate Multiple Options

When completing a transaction at a store, restaurant or similar business, you probably think of traditional checkout lane with a live cashier. But the process is changing for some businesses. And self-service kiosks are replacing some of those traditional checkout lanes. According to Kiosk Marketplace, the majority of consumers prefer using retail kiosks instead of going through traditional checkout lines if it means shorter wait times. So what do consumers think about this new wave of self-service technology? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on self-service kiosks and how they can impact the retail experience.

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Crossover Vehicles Survey: Category Poised for Significant Growth

Crossover Vehicles Survey: Category Poised for Significant Growth

The popularity of crossover vehicles is growing, according to sales data from Good Car Bad Car. The slightly smaller versions of SUVs come in many makes and models. But almost every major automotive brand now offers at least one vehicle in this space. So what do consumers think about this growing automotive trend? We asked 1,000 respondents about their vehicle buying habits and their thoughts on future purchases.

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High-Tech Cocktails Survey: Few Likely to Go Out of Their Way for Technology

High-Tech Cocktails Survey: Few Likely to Go Out of Their Way for Technology

There’s a new wave of cocktails making their mark on the beverage industry. Bars and other businesses are using a wide array of new high-tech devices to improve their brewing techniques and mixology, as reported by this Bloomberg video. But how many consumers are really interested in this new wave of high-tech cocktails? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on the beverage industry and whether or not technology might have an impact on their buying habits going forward.

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Live Video Survey: One-Time Viewership Growing More Than Regular Viewership

Live Video Survey: One-Time Viewership Growing More Than Regular Viewership

Live video is a huge growing trend online. According to a report from Livestream, the majority of online and mobile consumers viewed more live video in 2016 than they did in 2015. And there are plenty of different platforms people can use to watch live video and even to post their own. So how many consumers have viewed live video online? And can it be an effective method for brands to reach out to consumers? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on live video and connecting with brands online.

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Campaign of the Week: Snickers Ad Warns About the Perils of Hunger

Campaign of the Week: Snickers Ad Warns About the Perils of Hunger

If you’re hungry, you might risk making some really bad decisions. At least, that’s the premise of a new Snickers ad that’s part of the company’s “Hungry? Eat a Snickers” ad campaign. In the ad, an office worker is visited by a scruffy, frozen version of himself from the supposed future, who warns him to eat a Snickers before his next meeting in order to avoid accepting a transfer to a frozen tundra. So just how do consumers react to this type of ad? We asked 1,000 respondents about their candy buying habits and then tested the impact of this latest Snickers ad.

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Handheld Gaming Survey: Consumers Prefer Devices With Multiple Purposes

Handheld Gaming Survey: Consumers Prefer Devices With Multiple Purposes

The global gaming market is growing, according to data from Newzoo. And as mobile technology grows, handheld games might also become more relevant. In fact, a new gaming console from Nintendo, slated for release next month, offers a combination between a traditional gaming console and a handheld gaming console. So how many consumers are interested in handheld gaming? We asked 1,000 respondents about this sector of the gaming industry and their thoughts on future growth.

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Pet-Friendly Travel Survey: About Half Care More About Pets’ Comfort

Pet-Friendly Travel Survey: About Half Care More About Pets’ Comfort

Pet-owning consumers are increasingly willing to spend on various products and services for their furry friends. And that willingness to spend is also having an impact on the travel industry. But according to a study from TripAdvisor, not all pet owners are satisfied with the accommodations that are available for them to stay with their pets while traveling. So how many pet owners are interested in pet-friendly travel options? And what are some of the most accommodating brands out there currently? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on pet-friendly travel.

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Healthy Living Survey: Parents More Likely to Make Health Related Purchases

Healthy Living Survey: Parents More Likely to Make Health Related Purchases

American consumers are seemingly becoming more health conscious, but there’s still more work to be done according to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. Regular physical activity and healthy eating habits are essential to keeping both kids and adults healthy. And there are many brands and products out there that can potentially help. Many of those products are especially popular this time of year when people are just starting to work on their new year’s resolutions. But how many consumers are likely to make health or fitness related purchases in the coming months? We asked 1,000 respondents about their habits and their thoughts on healthy living.

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Campaign of the Week: AT&T Ad Highlights Mobile Entertainment Options

Campaign of the Week: AT&T Ad Highlights Mobile Entertainment Options

Mobile streaming and entertainment options have become a pretty big deal. And a recent AT&T ad calls attention to that by referencing a ton of different TV shows and movies that you can watch on your mobile device data-free if you have AT&T and DirecTV. So how do consumers respond to this latest ad? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on different mobile brands and then tested the impact of this ad campaign.

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Consumer Robotics Survey: Most Interest Centered Around Cleaning Robots

Consumer Robotics Survey: Most Interest Centered Around Cleaning Robots

Robots might seem futuristic to many consumers. But there are actually several different uses and applications for robotic products on a consumer level. According to Business Insider, the robotics industry is shifting a bit from catering mostly to industrial clients to offering more options for individual consumers. So how many are interested in owning robotic products? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on the consumer robotics industry.

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Self-Parking Cars Survey: Drivers Lack Trust in New Parking Features

Self-Parking Cars Survey: Drivers Lack Trust in New Parking Features

As automotive manufacturers work toward developing autonomous vehicles, consumer remain wary. But there are some other high-tech features that drivers can potentially use to get a taste of self-driving cars without having to give up all of their control right away. For instance, some cars include self-parking features that drivers can use to do things like parallel park. However, according to AAA, drivers still don’t fully trust those features either. So what do consumers think about self-parking cars? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on these automotive features.

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Coffee Beer Survey: Craft Beer Drinkers More Likely to Be Interested

Coffee Beer Survey: Craft Beer Drinkers More Likely to Be Interested

Coffee and beer are both incredibly popular beverages on their own. But now, they’re even gaining some notoriety together. Coffee flavored beer has been around for years. But according to the Weekender, it’s gaining even more popularity with the rise of more specialized craft beer options. So how many coffee and beer drinkers also enjoy coffee beer? And what brands are at the forefront of this growing trend? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on coffee beer.

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Consumer Privacy Survey: Consumers Appreciate Transparency From Brands

Consumer Privacy Survey: Consumers Appreciate Transparency From Brands

Consumer privacy is a big issue in today’s world, especially with the number of people who shop, share or otherwise interact with people or brands online. According to the Pew Research Center, most consumers want privacy online, but don’t feel like complete privacy is actually possible. But businesses that interact with customers online and elsewhere can still take care with how they use customer data. We asked 1,000 consumers about their thoughts on privacy issues and how different privacy related situations might impact their perceptions of various brands.

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Campaign of the Week: Heineken Ad Says There’s More Behind the Star

Campaign of the Week: Heineken Ad Says There’s More Behind the Star

A new ad campaign from Heineken features sort-of-recognizable actor Benicio del Toro. The video ad shows people coming up to the star and recognizing him, but then confusing him with other popular actors. And the beer brand has used that to draw parallels to its own beer, since it has been sold around the world for nearly 150 years, but isn’t always thought of as one of the major players in the beer industry. So what do consumers think about this new ad campaign? We asked 1,000 respondents about their thoughts on different beer brands and then tested the impact of this latest ad.

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