From sunglass brands to cocktails and travel destinations, get a quick view of summer trends and insights you need to stay hot this season.
Millennials make up the largest generation in the U.S. and continue to perplex marketers as they opt to spend money on experiences over material goods. As ride-sharing companies like Uber, Zipcar and Lyft seem to follow this trend, we wondered if millennials purchase cars. Using Quantcast data, we set out to test the popular myth
Multi-level marketing (MLMs) companies are having a moment — more specifically, a $30 billion in sales kind of moment. MLMs, aka network marketing, use direct sales via social media networks to sell product. They drive sales leveraging personal relationships between seller and consumer, rather than relying on traditional brick-and-mortar retailers and big-box stores. Salespeople post
SXSW in Austin, Texas has bloomed from a local music festival into a massive conference that serves as a pulsepoint for the next big things in technology, music and film. Twitter was unveiled at SXSW in 2007 and Foursquare in 2009. Using Quantcast data, we wondered who you might find at each of the sessions
Love don’t cost a thing – if you’re JLo. For the rest of us finding love can be a costly and time consuming affair. With the wide range of online dating sites and apps available, we profiled who you might find using the sites and where. While love may know no bounds – geography impacted
With the Super Bowl quickly approaching and 30 second spots averaging $5 million a pop, we wondered – do Super Bowl ads result in Super Bumps for advertisers? We took a look at how the top-viewed Super Bowl commercials of 2016 (according to AdAge and Visual Measures) impacted search volume for the brands, and who