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Pinterest Ads Survey: Users More Open to Pinterest Ads than Other Social Ads

Pinterest Ads Survey: Users More Open to Pinterest Ads than Other Social Ads

Pinterest is in the process of developing its advertising program. The social platform has grown from a small startup to one of the most visited sites online. Could opinions of the platform change once it begins to integrate more advertising? What do users think about the idea of Pinterest ads?

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Gas Tax Survey: Prices Considered More Important Than Improvements

Gas Tax Survey: Prices Considered More Important Than Improvements

Federal transportation funding for projects like highway and infrastructure repairs is facing a shortfall this summer. The Highway Trust Fund is primarily funded through federal gas taxes, but those haven’t increased in years. Americans are already concerned about gas prices without any increase in taxes. But would they rather see improved infrastructure or lower prices?

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Snapchat Update Survey: New Features Intriguing to Current Users

Snapchat Update Survey: New Features Intriguing to Current Users

A new update to the popular social mobile app Snapchat was released last week, and it includes some interesting new features. Video chat and instant messaging are now part of the app. How many current users plan to take advantage of these new features in the Snapchat update? And could any new users sign up for the app as a result?

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Cable TV Survey: New Technology Not Having Overwhelming Impact

Cable TV Survey: New Technology Not Having Overwhelming Impact

A current Supreme Court case involving tech startup Aereo could change the way people watch TV. More and more people are already switching from traditional cable TV to online TV and streaming services, but a ruling could make it even easier for viewers to customize their experience beyond basic cable. So how many people regularly watch cable TV? And how has viewership already changed in recent years?

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YouTube Survey: Viewers Much More Prominent Than Content Creators

YouTube Survey: Viewers Much More Prominent Than Content Creators

Web video giant YouTube just reached its nine-year anniversary last week. Since then, the site has brought us a huge range of viral content and the opportunity to reach millions of people worldwide through online videos. So how many people visit YouTube on a regular basis? And how has the site’s user base changed in recent years?

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Internet Explorer Survey: Users Continue to Decline Steadily

Internet Explorer Survey: Users Continue to Decline Steadily

Internet Explorer has gotten some negative publicity lately, with some security issues and related troubles. Internet Explorer has long been known as one of the most used web browsers available, but could that be changing? How many people continue to use Internet Explorer? And what issues are important to them when choosing a browser?

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Amazon Survey: New Products and Services Represent Company’s Growth

Amazon Survey: New Products and Services Represent Company’s Growth

Web giant Amazon reported strong quarterly growth this week after a series of big announcements, including a new streaming device and increased content for it’s instant video service. The amount of products and services offered by Amazon has increased steadily over the past several years. Just how many people patronize the web giant and how much are those numbers increasing?

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Consumer Confidence Survey: Economic Outlook Slowly Improving

Consumer Confidence Survey: Economic Outlook Slowly Improving

The US economy continues to struggle, but many people have noticed some positive signs in recent months. Consumer confidence continues to be a major issue though, as people’s perception of the economy might impact their buying decisions. How do consumers feel about the current economic conditions? And how might consumer confidence impact behavior?

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Instagram Explore Survey: Tailored Content Could Interest Most Users

Instagram Explore Survey: Tailored Content Could Interest Most Users

The Instagram Explore tab is reportedly going through some changes. The tab currently displays photos that are popular among all users, but soon it will begin displaying photos that are more tailored to users’ individual interests based on photos they have liked in the past. Are users interested in an Explore tab with photos tailored to their interests? And how many people visit this tab now?

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Netflix Price Survey: Small Price Increase Could Lead to Loss of Customers

Netflix Price Survey: Small Price Increase Could Lead to Loss of Customers

Netflix has announced tentative plans to raise monthly subscription prices for new users by a couple of dollars. Existing customers will be able to keep the same rate for a longer time period, but not indefinitely. What do current users think about the price of Netflix? And is price an issue for potential new customers?

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New Technology Survey: Vast Majority Expect Future Improvements

New Technology Survey: Vast Majority Expect Future Improvements

New technology is continually changing the way we do just about everything. Tech companies are constantly trying to come up with the newest, most innovative gadgets for consumers. But how often do people actually purchase these tech products? And how much would they say technology has impacted their lives?

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Nearby Friends Survey: More Than Half Could Be Interested in New Facebook Feature

Nearby Friends Survey: More Than Half Could Be Interested in New Facebook Feature

Facebook recently announced a new location-based feature for its mobile apps called Nearby Friends. It will allow users to see which of their friends who have the location feature activated are nearest to their current location. Location apps and features have grown in recent years, but how many might be interested in using Facebook’s Nearby Friends feature?

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Kill Switch Survey: Theft More Concerning Than Prominent

Kill Switch Survey: Theft More Concerning Than Prominent

The majority of cell phone manufacturers have reportedly agreed to integrate “kill switch” features, designed to shut phones down in case of theft, to their devices. Many people think that if this feature is available on all mobile devices, it will greatly decrease the amount of theft. So just how big of a problem is cell phone theft? And do people like the idea of a kill switch?

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Email Newsletters Survey: Amount of Subscribers Holding Steady

Email Newsletters Survey: Amount of Subscribers Holding Steady

The methods businesses use to communicate with consumers are continually evolving. But email newsletters have been a mainstay for many companies for years. While social media and mobile technology have had some impact on this market, the email newsletter remains a strong part of the online marketing mix. How many people still subscribe to email newsletters from their favorite brands? And how often do these emails actually convert into sales?

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Heartbleed Survey: Majority Changed Passwords Because of Security Incident

Heartbleed Survey: Majority Changed Passwords Because of Security Incident

The recent Heartbleed Bug online security incident has a lot of internet users concerned. Many have already considered online security to be an important issue, and even more had to change their passwords or take other security actions because of the bug. So just how much did Heartbleed impact people’s opinions about online security?

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Tax Day Survey: Most Filed Well Ahead of Deadline

Tax Day Survey: Most Filed Well Ahead of Deadline

Today is the deadline for Americans to submit their 2013 income tax returns on time. Tax day is always a major event brought up by news outlets and stores offering sales for people to spend their tax refunds. But many people have already submitted their returns well before the deadline. How many people have waited until tax day this year compared with previous years?

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Google Glass Survey: Few Taking Advantage of Product Release

Google Glass Survey: Few Taking Advantage of Product Release

Google is releasing its Google Glass headgear device to the general public for one day only this week. The company is selling the wearable computer, which until this point has only been available to select “explorers,” for $1,500. How many people plan to take advantage of the offer from Google? And what do they think about the product and its price tag?

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Airbnb Survey: Few Have Used Website, More Interested

Airbnb Survey: Few Have Used Website, More Interested

Lodging rentals website Airbnb has been getting some added attention lately. With the rising cost of traveling, more and more people are looking for ways to save money. And online searches for lodging have been increasing for years. Now, even Warren Buffet has expressed interest in working with the company, which gives users the opportunity to connect with others and rent anything from homes to rooms to private islands. How many people have used Airbnb or similar services? And how many would be interested in doing so in the future?

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Job Growth Survey: Some Job Seekers Noticing Increased Opportunities

Job Growth Survey: Some Job Seekers Noticing Increased Opportunities

A report released by the Labor Department this week suggests that there are more job openings today than there have been at any point since the beginning of 2008. But with many people still feeling the effects of the recession, this job growth might not be quite enough of an improvement. Have people noticed any increase in job opportunities or improvement in the unemployment situation in their communities?

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Wi-Fi Speed Survey: Users Increasing But Happy With Current Speeds

Wi-Fi Speed Survey: Users Increasing But Happy With Current Speeds

New technology is in the works to help increase wi-fi speeds in homes and public spaces where more than one device is used at a time. Wi-fi speed has become especially relevant since mobile devices have increased among consumers who then constantly use wi-fi in a variety of places. So how do people feel about current wi-fi speeds and how many people could this change affect?

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Small Business Survey: Consumers Appreciate Economic Impact of Buying Local

Small Business Survey: Consumers Appreciate Economic Impact of Buying Local

A local coffee shop is about to take the place of Starbucks in NYC’s Grand Central Station. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is attempting to keep the station unique by integrating more small businesses in place of large nationwide chains. How do consumers feel about small business? And will they go out of their way to support them when possible?

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GrubHub Survey: Traditional Ordering Still Most Popular

GrubHub Survey: Traditional Ordering Still Most Popular

Restaurant ordering platform GrubHub has given people around the US different ways to order food from local restaurants for takeout and delivery. And after a successful IPO, even more people are considering the impact the company could have on the restaurant industry. So how many consumers have used GrubHub or similar services to order food? And how might it impact more traditional ordering methods.

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Amazon Fire TV Survey: Not Many Own Similar Devices

Amazon Fire TV Survey: Not Many Own Similar Devices

Amazon just announced the release of its latest streaming and gaming device, Amazon Fire TV. The device enables HDTVs to access internet programming like its Amazon Prime Instant Video streaming service. How many people are interested in the new device and in video streaming in general? And how might video streaming be impacting more traditional cable TV?

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