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The volume of the most valuable consumers in the UK is increasing

Unless you're new to our pages, you'll already know that a homemover is the most valuable consumer group on the planet during the period of moving. Utilising this homemover data for targeted marketing campaigns can bring huge gains and strong ROI across multiple sectors and categories.

Stuart Ducker

Recent Posts

July 07, 2021

Where have the Sales Agreed Come From?  The Growth/Share Edition - Part 2

Recently, TwentyCi have been looking at where specifically the demand is coming from in the UK property market. In our previous edition, we looked at demand by region, and this week we look at...

June 30, 2021

Where have the Sales Agreed Come From?  The Growth/Share Edition - Part 1

We have widely reported the recent insatiable demand for property brought about by a combination of pent-up demand from the pandemic, stamp duty holidays and the underlying strength of the...

December 16, 2020

The future of the property market - and what this means for your brand or agency

I’m sure that we have all heard so much talk recently about the potential for a 'Boris bounce', yet few commentators will have the same forward view that we have from our data at TwentyCi. Having

December 16, 2020

Combating the challenges of domestic energy customer acquisition and retention

Since the British residential energy markets were opened up to competition by deregulation in the late nineties, the acquisition and retention of new customers has been a constant challenge for...

December 16, 2020

How intelligent is your door drop marketing?

The DMA has recently released it's 2019 Annual Door Drop Industry Report, the 25th edition and the first since GDPR came into force last year. The report examines the latest door drop volume &...

December 16, 2020

Do you really know how many properties were sold last month? | TwentyEA

…and could you wait a whole year to find out? If you need this information to make decisions about your business, probably not.

December 15, 2020

The impact for marketers of Brexit and GDPR

Thursday 23rd June 2016 is a date that will live long in the memory – the date that the UK voted to leave the European Union. 

But while the government wrangles with the intricacies of Brexit,...