The Contemporary Cosmetics Consumer

Posted by Social Standards on 2/25/19 9:19 AM

Everyone in the beauty industry knows that the core cosmetics consumer is female and age 21-29. But in the same way that nuance is key when developing shade ranges for concealer, looking closely at demographic data can reveal..

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Non-Alcoholic Options Quench Consumers' Thirst

Posted by Kevin Byrne on 1/9/19 9:13 AM

As New Year’s resolutions are top of mind once again, many of us will give up alcohol for the month. But consumers are looking for more than a "Dry January"—they're increasingly turning to non-alcoholic alternatives that still quench..

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Are Consumers Souring on Sugar?

Posted by Jordan Breslauer on 12/21/18 11:15 AM

Between increasing consumer interest in healthy diets and local taxes causing price hikes, things have been looking pretty sour for sugar. We did a deep dive into sugar and alternative sweeteners to find out what the future might hold..

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Trending Ingredients in Skincare

Posted by Social Standards on 12/20/18 12:14 PM

2019 is just around the corner, bringing with it a whole new set of beauty trends for both skincare and cosmetics. We used consumer conversations on social media to identify 2019’s top ingredients as well as the benefits customers..

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Sparkling Water: A New Staple

Posted by Jordan Breslauer on 12/18/18 9:18 AM

If you're addicted to seltzer, you're in good company: sparkling water consumption has nearly tripled over the last decade. That got us wondering: When are consumers guzzling down all that carbonated goodness? 

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Sparkling Water Wars

Posted by Jordan Breslauer on 12/11/18 12:49 PM

Sparkling water made a splash a few years back and beverage brands are certainly invested. But has consumers’ craving for fizz fizzled out? We cracked into the data (and cracked open a can) to find out.

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The Smarter Way for Food Brands to Find Influencers

Posted by Cyndy Willis-Chun on 11/28/18 12:45 PM

Posting pictures of your lunch on social media is so commonplace it’s literally a punchline. But with the rise of influencers, social has a lot more to offer food and beverage companies than just a peek at consumers’ plates.

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A Drink of Their Own: Women Are Driving New Trends in BevAl

Posted by Jordan Breslauer on 11/9/18 9:12 AM

We know women set trends in fashion, cosmetics, and a whole host of other consumer arenas.

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Plant-Based Foods: Meat & Dairy Alternatives Hit the Mainstream

Posted by Kevin Byrne on 11/2/18 1:53 PM

With non-dairy milks taking up more space on supermarket shelves and the Impossible Burger making headlines, it’s no surprise that plant-based foods are big business.

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Social Media Is Buzzing About Keto And Diet Soda – Are You Listening?

Posted by Jordan Breslauer on 10/2/18 11:25 AM
At first glance, diet soda, in all its zero-carb, zero-sugar glory seems like a match made in keto heaven. However, big brand beverage distributors have yet to aggressively target the ketogenic diet demographic, opting instead for a..
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Using Social Media to Understand the Impact of CBD on Beauty Trends

Posted by Devon Bergman on 9/6/18 3:59 PM

 

Cannabidiol, commonly called CBD, is the new kid on the block, influencing a wide variety of emerging beauty products based on cannabis-derived ingredients. By drawing on favorable properties of existing products in the beauty..

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The Health-Oriented Drinker: How Hard Seltzers and Hard Kombucha are Finding a Niche

Posted by Kevin Byrne on 8/21/18 5:00 AM

The growing desire amongst consumers to live a healthier lifestyle doesn’t necessarily mean avoiding alcohol altogether. The increasing Health and Wellness trend has noticeably spilled over to Beverage Alcohol as products like Hard..

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How to Discover & Validate Influencers

Posted by Devon Bergman on 7/26/18 6:30 AM

The importance of influencers is undeniable for any company looking to build their brand, especially when the target is a younger demographic. Although many companies view influencer marketing as more of an art than a science due to its..

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The Rise of Japanese Whisky

Posted by Kevin Byrne on 7/18/18 3:00 AM

Whiskey is the undisputed king of spirits on social media in the United States. It accounts for more than a third of the category’s social conversations and its dominance continues to grow. In June, whiskey conversations increased 7.6%..

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Nielsen Podcast: The Latest Look at the Changing Beauty Landscape

Posted by Social Standards on 5/30/18 2:27 PM

Social Standards' CEO & Co-Founder, Devon Bergman, was recently featured on episode 7 of Nielsen's Podcast, The Database. Devon speaks to the topic of the changing landscape of beauty and technology is playing a major factor in keeping..

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Moringa Trends - More than a superfood?

Posted by Kevin Byrne on 5/18/18 11:00 AM

A Close Look at Moringa's Rising Popularity

The Moringa plant has recently seen a significant surge in popularity across social media platforms. Predicted to become one of the next big trends in the health industry by both Time Magazine..

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How to Distinguish Trends from Fads with Social Consumer Data

Posted by Devon Bergman on 5/2/18 3:43 PM

One of the most exciting aspects of the internet is the ability to create global sensations in the blink of an eye. The acceleration of brand or product awareness can be the long-awaited jump you have dreamed of for years; however, the..

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Interview with Devon Bergman, CEO & Co-Founder of Social Standards

Posted by Social Standards on 1/9/18 3:13 PM

This piece was originally publish by Laurence Faguer on her blog here.

Interview: Devon Bergman, CEO of Social Standards, the first business intelligence company to completely integrate consumer social voice with what is actually..

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Social Intelligence: How Twitter and Instagram Deliver the Consumer’s Voice

Posted by Devon Bergman on 12/6/17 5:00 AM

Every business owner knows the immense value of social media data, but few have figured out how to harness its full potential, especially as it relates to the voice of the consumer. The first step to interpreting this voice is to..

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