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The University of West Florida’s mile-long stretch of beach property on Santa Rosa Island adjacent to the Gulf Islands National Seashore is the ideal laboratory for researchers to study the local impact of the ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.   The search for solutions to address the oil spill’s impact in Pensacola already has begun. Matthew Schwartz, environmental studies associate professor, is researching dissolved compounds in Gulf water to study the oil’s impact on delicate ecosystems. Richard Snyder, director of the UWF Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation , and ...
Direct marketing services include: agency, strategy and creative services; mobile and social marketing; data analytics and modeling; database development and data management; e-mail delivery; inbound and outbound contact center; fulfillment services; and mail delivery, tracking and optimization. In addition to the direct marketing side of the business Harte-Hanks is also North America 's largest owner, operator and distributor of shoppers, with 13 million circulation weekly in 1100 separate editions of the PennySaver and Flyer each week in California and Florida , respectively. Harte-Hanks also manages, a ...
Retailers Go Mobile with Ads, Coupons | Marketing & Advertising ...
This back-to-school season, retailers are pursuing shoppers by going where they spend much of their time: on their mobile phones. Sellers are rolling out initiatives in time for the second-biggest shopping days of the year to get their promotions right into shoppers' hands. Target is sending back-to-school coupons, Kmart is texting daily deals to subscribers, and American Eagle recently offered a free smartphone to customers simply for trying on a pair of jeans. JC Penney Co. Inc. has launched a back-to-school mobile website, And Simon Property Group, the nation's largest mall operator and owner of the ... market research, surveys and trends
Flash Developer Wanted MiamiArea Web Marketing Firm (Miami Lakes ...
Illuminati Studios, a Miami-based interactive marketing agency, is seeking a full-time Flash Developer. The Flash Developer is responsible for leading the development of Rich Internet and Mobile Applications including defining architecture, design implementation, code development & documentation, and maintenance and testing. This includes long-term strategic architecture planning, as well as day-to-day hands-on development and coordination. The Flash Developer routinely consults with other team members in application architecture & design, best practices & coding standards, resolves difficult technical ... market research, surveys and trends


Estimated 22.7 Million Visited Florida in First Quarter - VISIT ...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (May 20, 2010) – Preliminary estimates* of visitors to Florida for the first quarter of 2010 (January – March), released by VISIT FLORIDA®, the official tourism marketing corporation for the State of Florida, show an estimated 22.7 million travelers visited the Sunshine State. This represents an increase of 2.7 percent from the same period in 2009. Other preliminary estimates for the first quarter of 2010 show a 1.6 percent increase in domestic visitors, an 11.3 percent increase in the overseas market and a 10.4 percent increase in Canadian travel to Florida. Of the 22.7 million visitors Florida welcomed this ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Oil Spill May Cost $4.3 Billion in Property Values (Update2 ...
June 11 (Bloomberg) -- BP Plc’s oil spill may drive down the Gulf Coast’s shore-area property values by 10 percent for at least three years, according to CoStar Group Inc. Losses may total $4.3 billion along the 600-mile (966- kilometer) stretch from the Louisiana bayous to Clearwater, Florida, the property-information service estimates. “It’s just another blow to an already depressed real estate market,” Norm Miller, CoStar’s vice president of analytics, said yesterday in a telephone interview from San Diego. “The best thing you can do if you’re in real estate in this area is bide ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
MetroWest Medical offers ER wait times via texts
Well, potential MetroWest Medical Center patients with cell phones and less urgent health problems can now find out wait times thanks to the latest technology employed by the hospital network: text messaging. "We enable them to make more informed decisions," CEO Andrei Soran said recently. "It's another step for us communicating with the community about the operations of the hospital." As in other industries, area hospitals like MetroWest Medical say they want to build personal relationships with customers, by embracing the conveniences of the electronic age and turning their solo acts into partnerships with patients. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Race Series Gives Green Flag to New Text Messaging Campaign
ST. LOUIS -- After the tremendous success of its HD plasma TV giveaways, American Speed Association Midwest Tour is gearing up to go full speed into text message marketing with mobile marketing provider MESSAGEbuzz Inc. The American Speed Association� Kwik Trip Midwest Tour presented by ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment and organizes car races across the Upper Midwest and embarked earlier this year on a phone text messaging campaign to encourage fans to attend races. Fans were invited to text into the tour for a chance to win a 42-inch, flat-screen plasma HD TV (a $500 value donated by sponsor Best Buy) or tickets to an ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Internet Marketing/Interactive Marketing/Mobile Marketing/Direct ...
Internet Marketing/Interactive Marketing/Mobile Marketing/Direct Marketing ..... See you next year in Panama City, Florida! We will meet at the Edgewater ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Florida DHSMV - Mobile and Manufactured Home
All mobile/manufactured homes must be constructed in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which are entitled the Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards . These regulations were amended in 1994 to better ensure that mobile/manufactured homes can withstand strong winds. In addition, all mobile/manufactured homes must be ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Suzanne Altobello Nasco, Associate Professor of Marketing
Professor Nasco possesses a rare mix of intellect and compassion. She is, by all accounts, a star in research and in the classroom. The College of Business presented her with a Faculty Scholar Award in 2005 and an Outstanding Quality in Research Award in 2003. Nasco has also been nominated for either Outstanding Undergraduate or Graduate Teacher of the Year every year since 2004. Nasco’s research focuses on consumer decision-making, as it relates to brand choices. She also studies sports marketing (how a consumer’s athletic identity predicts brand considerations, ad preferences, and brand choices), mobile ...
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I'm in Mobile, Al., and it seems the region has had some skyrocketing insurance costs, both premiums and deductables. A major factor in this is the hurricanes we've had in the past six years, give or take (Yes, i know there are more factors involving costs, the overall economy being no small part). In fact, many areas can't even get insurance in the first place, because no company will write a new policy. Does Florida have the same problem? In the past decade, the state has seen much more of its share of natural disasters than my home (my city hasn't had a direct hit from any of the major storms)