Tag: survey

On-Demand Economy Infiltrating More Products & Services: Explosion of Podcasts, Prepared Foods and Playstation Revealed in new SalesFuel® AudienceSCAN® Research

They want what they want WHEN they want it, HOW they want it and NOW. That’s what the results of SalesFuel’s exclusive AudienceSCAN® research are finding among U.S. consumers across an increasing number of sectors. Now in its 9th year, AudienceSCAN is SalesFuel’s proprietary annual study of online shoppers, digital audiences and decision makers across

3 Ways to Motivate Clients to Complete Surveys

Providing feedback takes time and motivation, both of which can be difficult for your clients to come by. So, how can you encourage them to give you the answers you need?

SalesFuel Study finds 69% Of Millennial Sales Reps Have Already Left a Company Voluntarily

Employees report leaving positions due to lack of guidance and support, harming profits SalesFuel today released results of a study that found many salespeople do not feel supported by their managers, driving them to switch roles or leave the organization entirely. 39% of respondents actually left jobs because they didn’t like their direct managers or were

New White Paper: Ten Ways Media Sales Managers Are Preventing Sales

From SalesFuel’s 2016 State of Media Sales study, we’ve identified 10 of the things that many media sales managers are doing to prevent sales – instead of increase them. How does your team compare? Download the free white paper and find out.

Who Are the Consumers Who Won’t Buy from a Bankrupt Chrysler?

As a follow-up to our initial press release “Nearly Half of Americans Unlikely to Buy from Automakers Considering Bankruptcy” this morning, we were curious to learn just who are the people that say they would absolutely not consider buying a vehicle from a bankrupt automaker. This is especially insightful in light of Thursday’s announcement of a planned bankruptcy for Chrysler.

CMO Outlook: Not All “Bad News” is BAD News for Agencies

At first glance, one of the CMO Council’s Marketing Outlook questions appears to deliver “Bad News” for a lot of hard working Ad Agencies. “What agency changes do you plan to make in 2009?”

CMO Survey: Budgets Holding Up; Performance, Efficiency & Insight are Key Mandates

Customer anxiety and cutbacks are the biggest factors influencing marketing budget allocation in 2009, reports the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council in its annual Marketing Outlook study. Despite a restrained economy, however, marketers see budgets holding up fairly well with dollars being stringently controlled and directed against growing and retaining market share.