There is a reason retailers raised the profile on sleep with Procter & Gamble’s introduction of Vicks’ ZzzQuil. In fact, there are 123 million reasons — that’s how much the brands generated across tablets and liquids in 2013.
The vast majority of eye care professionals reported using chemical care systems (76%) with contact lens patients, followed by hydrogen peroxide-based systems (24%), according to a survey conducted by Contact Lense Spectrum that was published in January.
Apparently, I am one of about 10 million unique users who, as this issue of DSN went to press, had entered their name into the interactive name generator game that Slate.com posted to its site within hours of John Travolta having butchered singer Idina Menzel’s name at the Oscar Awards.
Pinterest will emerge as a stronger alternative to Facebook and Twitter, according to global research and analytics firm Blueocean Market Intelligence. The company analyzed the online data of the nation’s top 100 retailers from September through December 2013 as part of its ongoing study assessing the business impact of top retailers’ social media efforts.