Market Research

Data-driven market research refers to the task of collecting and analysing data on consumers. Data insights often associated with market research include pricing, consumer behaviour, and overall market trends. Done well, it enables more competitive strategies and promotions.
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Total addressable market analysis of eCommerce companies
52 million
11 countries covered
3 years of historical data
Real-time processing of input text, voice messages and search queries across apps.
430M domains
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249 countries covered – Domain name data service by DNS details, scraped website content, outbound links, backlinks, and other hosting details for any domain.
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Based in Switzerland
42matters is a leading provider of mobile app intelligence and app market insights. This includes insight into Google Play, the Apple App Store, Amazon App ...
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Based in USA is a mobile data platform. (formerly StartApp) enables organizations to uncover insights and make data-driven decisions that enhance strate...
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Accutrend Data
Based in USA
Accutrend Data
All of our core functions remain in-house- providing an immense level of control and flexibility. We own our data and harvest it directly from the source, en...
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What is data-driven market research?

Data-driven market research collects and analyses data on consumers to derive market insights that help develop better products, communication, and strategies.

What’s the purpose of data-driven market research?

The act to market research helps companies to identify places where their products, communication and over all strategy can be improved. Looking in to user behaviour and competitors strategies through numbers provides companies with an objective view over the market.