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In the third part of her analysis of FreePint's 8th Annual Survey on News Needs and Preferences, director of research, Robin Neidorf, reports on the purchasing environment for news. She reports on changes respondents have made to their licensing of news databases and key suppliers, the key factors in contract decisions, purchase decision factors, and purchasing philosophies.
In-depth review of Dun & Bradstreet's First Research, a provider of industry market research reports for sales and marketing professionals.
Introduces the company, with contact details, outlining the scope of its US-focused industry profiles and how it adds value by...
Continuing her analysis of FreePint's 8th Annual Survey on News Needs and Preferences, director of research Robin Neidorf, reports on content priorities. Features of premium news products are rated according to importance and compared across previous years. Frequency of carrying out news-related tasks such as searching for deep archive news or using a news visualisation tool are covered, and users of news products for in-depth research, and for current awareness are highlighted by department and level of product access.
In the final part of his review of Dun & Bradstreet's First Research, provider of industry market research reports for sales and marketing professionals, Andrew Grave sums up its competitors Avention, IBISWorld and Vertical IQ. He identifies what differentiates First Research and explains how it is being expanded in response to client requests, and the company's innovative vision for its Support Centre.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2586
In the first part of the analysis of FreePint's 8th Annual Survey on News Needs and Preferences, director of research Robin Neidorf, reports on survey participants, budget levels and increases/decreases since 2014, and who holds responsibility for decisions on news acquisition and licensing. She also highlights questions added to this year's survey.
Analysis of FreePint's 8th Annual Survey on News Needs and Preferences has now been completed. FreePint's director of research, Robin Neidorf, presents a tantalising taste of the data and how it sheds light on changing perceptions towards news buying.
Andrew Grave continues his product review of Dun & Bradstreet's First Research, provider of industry market research reports for sales and marketing professionals. He tests the technology on a variety of devices and assesses ease of use and deployment across an organisation. He also looks at personalisation and help & support resources and materials.
Professional business researcher Anja Thygesen describes the most common macroeconomic figures and briefly explains why we work with them. She highlights her preferred options from the wealth of sources for macroeconomic figures, as well as identifying the macroeconomic figures she uses most often. Sources covered include national banks, regional sources, and subscription databases - such as EIU, Consensus Economics, Oxford Economics and IHS Global Insights.
Ten of the most popular and reliable databases are covered.
We provide a brief description of each source, a link to the homepage, geographic scope, forecast range, frequency and subscription type.
This table accompanies Anja Thygesen's article " Finding and Using Macroeconomic Data "...
Andrew Grave continues his product review of Dun & Bradstreet's First Research, provider of industry market research reports for sales and marketing professionals. In the second part he examines how it provides content, including industry profiles and daily news and social alerts from news provider FirstRain.
FreePint's Sophie Alexander recently spoke to Patrick Baume, group communications manager of Isentia, to find out more about the media monitoring and intelligence agency, what makes them stand out from other providers, the challenges they anticipate over the coming years and their clients in countries such as Australia, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines and New Zealand.
Andrew Grave begins his product review of Dun & Bradstreet's First Research, provider of industry market research reports for sales and marketing professionals. He introduces the company, with contact details, outlining the scope of its US-focused industry profiles and how it adds value by helping users improve relationships with customers.
The "News, and Other Commodities" Topic Series highlights a sense of shake-up in what had seemed a static market for news, Chris Porter comments. Find out why in his blog item which also highlights recent and upcoming content in the series.
Anders Lautrup-Larsen looks at how to create and publicise a successful newsletter which curates and highlights relevant and timely news from traditional news services such as Factiva and robot services such as CyberWatcher. He also considers the future of newsletters and the impact of machine learning and semantic learning technologies.
FreePint presents an overview of some key vendors in the aggregation space. The table identifies key vendor products, briefly describes their key features, notes the types of content and sources that can be ingested, singles out any special features of each service and notes key use-cases and value. Products covered are: Alacra Premium, Attensa, EditorEye, Intelligence Plaza, Knowledge.Works, Linex Systems, Manzama, SinglePoint and Solcara.
Researching China is a challenging subject but there are a vast array of resources available to researchers who are looking at the region. Colin Smith offers guidance into this fluid and ever-changing region and explains how the resources at the disposal of researchers are dynamic and subject to change. He includes recommended resources from research consultancies to sources of Chinese company information, news publishers and key social media.
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If you've been wondering about the viability of news databases and what continuing change in the sector might mean for your organisation, join this teleconference Communities of Practice session.
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Useful research either costs money or time. This overview of information sources can help you to choose between doing the research yourself and buying an industry report that gives you the necessary economic and statistical information.
The more specific the information is you are looking for, the more creative you might have to become to find it. Ada Kaspersma provides an overview of information sources you can find from behind your desk, only using your computer and maybe your phone or credit card.
Curating information efficiently is an ever-important skill as the volume of information continues to increase exponentially. Eileen Steer examines how information professionals are curating information and adding value to the data selected before directing it to end-users. She also looks at technology vs human solutions.
As we get to the half-way point in our "News, and Other Commodities" Topic Series, Shimrit Janes pauses to reflect on the findings of FreePint's recent research and surveys into private company information and web usage policies, and takes a look at what else is still to come.
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