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Surveys

 

Have a Cookie! How do marketers feel about their own privacy? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. read >>

 

 

Emerging Addiction. Are we addicted to digital devices? Maybe a little? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. read >>

 

Keith Richards
 

Compared to What? The Hub‘s second annual survey on brand identity reveals big gaps between strong brands. (pdf) or (text)

 

Cellular Shopping
 

Chain Gang. Is all retail local?  An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Cellular Shopping
 

Cellular Shopping. Has Facebook changed your life as a shopper?  An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Crock of Loyalty
 

The New Super. What makes a supermarket innovative?  An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Loyalty Survey
 

Crock of Loyalty. Is there any such thing as brand loyalty at the supermarket? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Media Feast Survey
 

The Media Feast. What’s up with media? What’s down?  An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Bigger Than Elvis Survey
 

Bigger than Elvis. Which brands have the strongest identities?  An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Walmart Smiley
 

Walmart Emotions. Are you feeling the love from Walmart? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Big Mac
 

Big Mac Attack. Is McDonald’s better today than it was six years ago? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

Points of Pain
 

Points of Pain. Is marketing still fun? What keeps you up at night? Which opportunities look best? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey.(pdf) or (text)

 

 
Lightbulb
 

Thought Leaders. What does it mean to be a thought leader?  Are you rising to the challenge? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)

 

 
Starbucks
 

Heart of Starbucks. Starbucks, whose relevance once seemed to manifest itself on nearly every street corner, is closing 600 stores.  Why? An executive summary of a Reveries.com survey. (pdf) or (text)