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The Weekly Pulse

For this Weekly Compete Pulse, we focused on data. Handpicked articles to show how the correct interpretation of numbers can be leveraged to drive success.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

We’re officially in full swing for the holiday shopping season! For this edition of the Weekly Pulse we’ve compiled five of our favorite articles from the past week to help make this holiday season your best yet.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Welcome to the weekend! This edition of The Weekly Compete Pulse features five of the most popular digital marketing articles from our feeds this week.

July’s Top 50: Three Sites Heating Up

Temperatures were up in July, but a few lucky websites got even hotter. Three sites in particular experienced strong MoM growth. Take at our Top 50 sites to see who felt the summer love.

June’s Top 50: Successes, Socials, and Struggles

June data is live! Check out who thrived, who flailed, and who surprised us.

May’s Top 50: Home Improvement and iPhone 6 Rumors

May 2014 was a rather quiet month for our top 50 websites. Most sites saw steady increases in their unique visitor count — but a few did have remarkable results! See what our data tells us in the following post.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Big Data and analytics dominated the top stories our followers responded to! Take a look at this week’s round-up and learn more about how Big Data helps you.

Mercedes Going Down : Millward Brown Digital Original Research

Millward Brown Digital used its automotive behavioral analytics to evaluate Mercedes’ CLA launch based on success generating demand and converting that into sales, as well as interplay with C Class.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

This week’s roundup features a number of interesting, insightful articles on a wider range of topics than usual. Read up on this diverse bunch in this post!

How Songza Gets Heard: Getting Digital Right

The search for the perfect (online) DJ is on. This week, I’m investigating how Songza, a carefully curated online music streaming site, gets digital right.

So You Want to Get into the Luxury Market?

Over the past 12 months Kia has entered the US luxury market with not one but two new models, the Cadenza launched in June 2013 and the K900 in February. While reaching sales goals is one measure of success, another important one is enhancing Kia’s brand opinion among in-market intenders, which if successful should benefit all Kia models.