Going for Gold: Research Can Help Investments Pay Off in the Winter Games
Posted on 02-20-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Every four years, the world turns its attention to the winter or summer games, hoping to be inspired by stories of struggle and strife, triumph and personal success. This also means that global brands are ramping up to spend advertising dollars in the hopes of achieving a myriad of goals: better awareness... Read More

Want better Research Insights? Do these 3 Things...
Posted on 02-12-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Ready to remove the roadblocks to real results in 2018? It’s simpler than you think. As you plan for this year, you know that your customers are going to want financial insights that help them grow. But how do you ensure you’re giving them what they need to make better decisions? The first... Read More

3 Easy Research Steps to Minimize Social Media Panic
Posted on 02-01-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Are your executives, clients or other stakeholders in an uproar because of something they read on social media—that ultimately turned out to be untrue? And do you have to add extra research to your workload to help counteract the frenzy? If so, you’re not alone. In a recent Newsweek... Read More

3 Actions to take this Year to Become more Confident in your Research
Posted on 01-04-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Being prepared is not just a motto, but a way of life, according to the Boy Scouts of America: “Being prepared means having the ability to deal with the many tough challenges life presents—that’s what Scouting is all about.” The same motto is true across almost every scouting... Read More

Will These 3 Fundraising Trends Stick Around in 2018?
Posted on 12-27-2017 by susan.lawson-dawson@lexisnexis.com

The year is winding down, but for non-profits and universities, the planning for 2018 fundraising has already begun. Understanding trends and challenges can enable you to drive engagement more efficiently and effectively. Before we start predicting what trends will impact development professionals next... Read More

Four Strategies to Meet Your Year-End Fundraising Goals
Posted on 12-15-2017 by Lindsey Lambert

Everybody in the fundraising world knows the importance of December in any nonprofit campaign, but especially when it comes to year-end goals. The majority of donations are made in the last month of the year, and so using this to the advantage of your campaign to give it that extra boost before bringing... Read More

2 Reasons to Watch for Fake News in Your Research
Posted on 12-05-2017 by Korinne Bressler

A war was started over fake news. Granted, what we now call ‘fake news’ was called ‘yellow journalism’ back in the 1890’s—and the Spanish-American War cannot be laid solely at the feet of media muckrakers. But following the explosion of a U.S. Navy battleship off the... Read More

The Three Big Risks of Missing information
Posted on 11-28-2017 by Korinne Bressler

Making sound business decisions requires a significant amount of research and information gathering. Without knowing the history of a company or the market trends of the industry, your company can be exposed to liability concerns, reputational risks and financial losses. 1. Liability Pharmaceutical... Read More

Want to Start a Blog? 4 Must-Do’s from Passion to Research
Posted on 11-14-2017 by Korinne Bressler

We all consume, share and create content throughout the day…hundreds of pieces, but you live and breathe information. You are an expert and if you are an expert in a topic, you might want to put your thoughts out there, join the conversation and build up your reputation in the field. Not everyone... Read More

The Repercussions of the Media Missing Background Information
Posted on 10-05-2017 by Korinne Bressler

In 1988, a game show contestant named “Patrick Quinn” won $58,000 on “Super Password.” Later it was revealed that “Patrick Quinn” was actually Kerry Dee Ketchum, a real-life fugitive who was wanted in multiple states in the United States. A viewer tipped off police... Read More

The Surprising Cost of Free- From Lunch to Research
Posted on 09-26-2017 by Korinne Bressler

From an early age, we hear phrases like, “ There’s no such thing as a free lunch ,” “Free comes at a price” and “Nothing is free.” These sayings capture the truth that there are few things in life that are truly given at no cost—there are usually strings... Read More

Here’s What Libraries Brought To The Eclipse 2017 Party
Posted on 08-25-2017 by Lindsey Lambert

It’s not often that college students embrace an early start to the day, but this week’s rare solar eclipse brought out the early birds at Oregon State University, which had ringside seats as the sun began its path of totality across the U.S. As one of 30 NASA Space Grant universities across... Read More

Don't Let Poor Quality or Missing Information Influence Your Next Business Decision
Posted on 08-11-2017 by Korinne Bressler

The term “fake news” is the new normal in today’s landscape, but decisions that fall flat based on poor quality or missing information are nothing new in the business world. While some professionals have a nose for sniffing out details that may not prove to be valid, it can be challenging... Read More

Students Explore A New Generation of Research
Posted on 07-27-2017 by Lindsey Lambert

From the beginning, student opinion has been a big factor in the development of the new Nexis Uni ™ student research platform. As the product continues to grow and evolve, researchers at Nexis Uni have been hard at work talking to students around the country to capture what they need in a research... Read More

The Evolution of Fake News
Posted on 07-13-2017 by Korinne Bressler

News (n(y)o͞oz) Noun Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events. Have you ever shared a story of the latest ‘news’ that you heard from a friend, saw in a grocery store check-out line or spotted on social media? Let’s face it: We’ve... Read More

10 Tips for Real Estate Research Efficiency
Posted on 06-28-2017 by Korinne Bressler

If you are a real estate professional, you know that having information is crucial to growing your business. Using open web can be suitable for finding on-the-surface info, but it won’t reveal the full picture that you need the most win new business, such as: exclusive contact data, market analytics... Read More

Rage Donations Give Non-profits a Big Boost
Posted on 06-16-2017 by Korinne Bressler

2016 ended on a high note with $23 billion in charitable donations—a one percent increase over 2015’s record-breaking year. The slow, but steady, upward momentum is a positive sign for the nonprofit industry, but there is another emerging trend that could be a boom or bust depending on the... Read More

College Transparency Act Demands Higher-Ed Accountability
Posted on 05-31-2017 by Lindsey Lambert

Headlines publicizing the latest data hack or ransomware attack have kept data security and privacy in the public eye, but the College Transparency Act of 2017, a bipartisan bill introduced in Congress this month, looks to reverse a ban on federal student-level data collection—for good reason.... Read More

Event Recap: REALTORS® Legislative Meetings 2017
Posted on 05-25-2017 by Korinne Bressler

LexisNexis attended the REALTORS® Legislative meetings & Trade Expo last week and had a great time leading dynamic thought-leadership conversations and discussing industry best practices with attendees. This week-long series of meetings is a premier event where National Association of Realtors... Read More

News Research Reveals Donald Trump's Progress in First 100 Days
Posted on 05-09-2017 by Korinne Bressler

April 29, 2017 marked the 100 th day of Donald Trump’s Presidency. Since taking office, Trump has signed 24 executive orders, 22 presidential memoranda, 20 presidential proclamations, and 28 bills. But how much of his work has made a difference? Has he stayed true to his 100-day plan which he laid... Read More

10 Tips For Fighting Fake News: How to Fact Check Like a Pro Webinar Recap
Posted on 04-17-2017 by Anna Stevens

Living in a “Post-Truth” World The era of “post-truth” is on the rise. An adjective meaning “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”, post-truth was... Read More

A Deeper Look into the 5 "P"s of Human Rights
Posted on 04-05-2017 by Anna Stevens

Two years ago, the United Nations set 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to “end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all” by 2030. This astounding effort, led by 193 countries, encourages organizations and citizens alike to take action and change the world for the... Read More

3 Trends that Could Impact the Real Estate Industry in 2017 [Free Report]
Posted on 02-17-2017 by Janelle Coates

What’s the difference between a fad and a trend? In the digital age, it can be difficult to tell because news that goes viral seems to take on a life of its own. With deeper research across a broad spectrum of media and industry information, you can identify long-term trends that could impact your... Read More

Can Scholarly Research Take Down Fake News?
Posted on 01-31-2017 by Kari Abitbol

Remember when the only fake news you encountered during the week was in the check-out line at the grocery store? You’d catch a glimpse of a headline—“Cab Driver Describes Night of Terror During Alien Abduction”—and laughingly wonder who comes up with such blatantly false... Read More

Maximize Your Time Spent on Real Estate Research
Posted on 01-20-2017 by Janelle Coates

Poor Alice. She followed a white rabbit down a hole and found herself lost. The fairy tale can be compared to research on the open web. For example, let's say your boss asks “how can we make our team more LEAN?” You start to answer and realize you’re not sure what that even means…... Read More