Best 2018 Posts — Part Two

  In 2018, Evans on Marketing blogged nearly 220 times. As we welcome the New Year, let’s look back at our best 2018 posts. Yesterday, we noted our personal favorites. Now, we present the best 2018 posts — part two as reflected in YOUR viewership. Like yesterday’s list, below are a wide range of topics. With […]

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Best 2018 Posts — Part One

Today, we note OUR personal favorites from Evans on Marketing.

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Expected Halloween 2018 Spending

As we reported last year, “Halloween Spending Is Big Business.” Here, we examine expected Halloween 2018 spending. How much are people spending? And on what? Will 2018 Halloween sales exceed those in 2018? Given the state of the economy, we would certainly expect that. What Is the Level of Expected Halloween 2018 Spending? Halloween is […]

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The Value of Online Surveys: Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Hofstra Professors Joel Evans and Anil Mathur just published a follow-up to their classic 2005 article on “The Value of Online Surveys.” This is the premise of the new article in Internet Research: “Internet-based research has come of age. About 13 years ago, when “The value of online surveys” was published in Internet Research (Evans and Mathur, […]

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Our Most Popular 2018 Posts

At Evans on Marketing, we have presented about 75 posts through May 11. Today, we cite our most popular 2018 posts to date. If you haven’t read them, please do. As you will see, they cover a wide variety of topics.   Our Most Popular 2018 Posts In 2018, these are Evans on Marketing’s 10 […]

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Budweiser Ramping Up Its World Cup 2018 Marketing Efforts

Once again, Anheuser-Busch is a major sponsor of the World Cup, this time in Russia. And already, we see Budweiser ramping up Its World Cup 2018 marketing efforts. The firm’s total costs of marketing/advertising will run into the hundreds of millions of dollars. During the last World Cup in 2014, we asked Are Sports Sponsorships […]

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