Author Archives: MaCorr

“Cost of Love”

How much does it cost to find your happily ever after? Your now and forever? Your one true love? Some say, love doesn’t cost a thing, but according to the 2017 Cost of Love study the cost of a budding … Continue reading

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12 Things about Canadian Driving Record You Probably Didn’t Know

As you already know, the typical Canadian is polite, hard-working, law-abiding, generous, friendly, liberal, cheerful, a nice guy, peace-loving, an environmentalist, honest (except with regard to taxes), an immigrant, polite, respectful, boring, loyal, tolerant, sporting, a hockey fan and definitely … Continue reading

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Interesting Pet Statistics

Best friend. Family. However you describe your pet, chances are you would do almost anything for them. They give you companionship and love, can make you smile with a wag of their tail or the sound of their purr; and … Continue reading

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The Digital Life of Moms and Dads

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are an estimated 43.5 million women between the ages of 15 and 50 who have children. Collectively, these women are mothers to 95.8 million children. Moms control approximately $2 trillion in purchasing power … Continue reading

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2016 Is Going To Be Quite A Year…

2016 is here, and it is going to be quite a year… Facts show that people who believe that everything is “perfectly fine” and that we are going to come out of this “stronger than ever” maybe disappointed. In 2015 … Continue reading

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Heatmap Research for Marketing Surveys

Survey fatigue is a real problem. The days of the 15-plus minute survey have come to an end or are nearing their end rather quickly. People feel pressed for time and that is true at both ends of the survey … Continue reading

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7 Studies that Did Not Need to be Done

As medical research marches on, with an Ebola vaccine being tested on humans and the invention of an anti-HIV cream, some research proves to be far less useful. Here are 7 recent studies that didn’t need to be done: 1. … Continue reading

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The Advantages of Using Market Research Surveys

You think you know your target audience, but do you really? Sure, you might know a bit about their problems and needs, but is that information accurate enough to develop your marketing budget? Would you be willing to bet your … Continue reading

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Best Practices to Conduct a Successful Customer Survey

Selling is about more than moving product. It’s about moving people. Touching them. Connecting with them. The relationships you build with your customers top the list of your company’s most valuable assets. So how do you know if you’re connecting … Continue reading

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Survey Says: Funny and Stunning Facts about Us.

Do you believe surveys? Sometimes it is hard, we agree. But, hey, don’t we need to laugh too, so we wanted to share this digest with you. And it is a good excuse for us to say something we do … Continue reading

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