Are You Thinking What We’re Thinking?

Audience Analysis, Gen Z / by Ryan Baum on July 25, 2019

Will Gen Z Save the Dairy Industry or Kill It?

After 92 years as one of the largest producers of milk on the East Coast, Elmhurst Dairy closed its dairy operation in 2017 and turned to manufacturing nut milks. Since plant-based milks reported growth of 61 percent from 2012 to 2017, this move may be just one instance of a change in the way we think about milk.

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Audience Analysis, Personas, Psychographics / by Roman Golubov on February 15, 2019

Creating Personas With (Big) Psychographic Data

Subaru and pet lovers. Bud Light and Game of Thrones fanatics. IHOP and burger fans. This educational webinar explores how to apply psychographic data and interest-based audience segmentation to develop more accurate personas and make the right marketing decisions.  

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Audience Analysis, Consumption / by Roman Golubov on January 15, 2019

Social Fans VS Buyers: What Gives?

Despite marketers' enormous efforts spent on engaging with consumers on social media, there has been very little data about how this translates into real-world product purchase and consumption. How do you correlate consumer interests online to what really matters: product purchase and consumption?

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Media, Audience Analysis / by Roman Golubov on December 15, 2018

Drama Affinity Rankings Jan - June 2018

Crime shows and thrillers. Sci-fi and dystopian fantasies. Of more than 200 TV dramas that premiered during the first half of 2018, which shows bring out the fanatic fans? Helixa's inaugural Affinity Rankings show that The Bold TypeThe Fosters and 13 Reasons Why enjoy the strongest interest among women 18-49, whereas Into The Badlands, The Flash and The Expanse rank highest among men 18-49.

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Audience Analysis, Hospitality / by Roman Golubov on October 1, 2018

Hyatt: U.S. Audience Analysis


Hyatt Hotels, based in Chicago, Illinois is one of the leading global luxury hotel chains in the world, with almost $4.68B of revenue and over 45,000 employees globally as of 2017. Hyatt has a long history of acquisitions that have driven continuous growth since the first Hyatt House opened in 1954 at Los Angeles airport, but remains only a strong #3 in the industry behind Marriott Corporation and Hilton Worldwide.

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