To Travel or Not To Travel: Americans Grapple With State Restrictions
By Isabel Sperry
Millions of Americans have been planning end-of-summer trips to get away. According to AAA, booking trends reveal that Americans are currently making travel arrangements, though cautiously and more la...
8 Audiences to Activate This Holiday Season
These past few months, Cuebiq has worked tirelessly to bring you the tools you need to make smart decisions about how and when to engage with your consumers during this unusual time. As you prepare for the holiday season, we are here to help. While consumers’ purchasing behaviors may change this year, their preferences — both longstanding and recently discovered — can be seen in the real-world actions they take.
Coronavirus updates: More than 66K new cases; Walt Disney World reopens amid surge in Florida; 7-Eleven Free Slurpee Day canceled
Walt Disney World began a phased reopening Saturday, nearly four months after the theme park shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
UK population movement drops by 98%
New online tool from Oxford researchers uses mobile phone data to help tackle COVID-19 Oxford, United Kingdom (April 15, 2020) – Data from mobile phones is being used to understand and predict the impact of the UK’s COVID-19 social distancing measures on population movements nationwide, thanks to a...
Cuebiq And The Adventures of Clara
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Partner Spotlight: Q&A With Supriya Goswami, VP of Marketing at InMobi
We got the opportunity to sit down with Supriya Goswami, VP of Marketing at InMobi, a leading technology company...
Michigan stayed at home more than most states during pandemic, according to mobility data
When it comes to staying home, Michigan is among the best in the country. Previously a hotspot for coronavirus, the state has been on a general decline since mid April.
How the Virus Won
Invisible outbreaks sprang up everywhere. The United States ignored the warning signs. We analyzed travel patterns, hidden infections and genetic data to show how the epidemic spun out of control.