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How To Conduct Market Research In The Travel Industry

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Using the Hallmark moment to illuminate the significance of the grandparent-grandchild relationship
Marketing to a mature audience in the 21st century requires a unique understanding of how to pull at grandparents' heartstrings. The key to success with grandparents is creating modern Hallmark moments that illuminate the significance of the grandparent-grandchild relationship - and realizing that today's grandparents aren't your typical old folks.
Talk of increased travel just a lot of hot air?
Leisure travel is expected to increase by mid-2010; Americans say that they are planning to travel more, but an Ipsos Marketing poll indicates they aren't booking the plans to back it up.
How the travel industry is coping with today’s recession
Drawing from research with business and leisure travelers and conversations with travel industry firms, the author explains the impact of the economic downturn and explores the role of travel companies’ marketing research in these difficult times.
In Case You Missed It... January 2014
News and notes on marketing and research: handling bad press; Hyatt's Twitter focus group
Companies seeking insights on satisfaction shouldn’t overlook online and other text sources
Verbatim responses and other textual sources provide valuable and often untapped sources of insights on customer satisfaction. The author cites a case history involving hotel company Starwood and its use of text mining to glean helpful data.

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The innovation generation in a changing China
Michael Stanat looks at some of the forces of change that are buffeting China and how researchers should respond to them.
How will Americans spend their money this holiday season?
With the 2014 holiday season right around the corner, the author discusses how Americans are planning to shop for the holidays according to household income and the generation to which they belong.
In Case You Missed It... October 2014
News and notes on marketing and marketing research: researching travel on smartphones; tablets as pirmary banking method.
How consumer feedback can change what you know about seasonal buying patterns
Analysis of online consumer reviews uncovers patterns in shopping behavior and in the timing of when shoppers start gathering information for their upcoming purchases.
Strategies for reaching Millennial and Boomer shoppers
The author explores why marketers targeting Millennials and Boomers need to consider factors beyond just the usual broad, age-based categorizations.

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