Big data is a big deal. That’s why so many companies are working to deploy analytical systems that can track and collect the data they need — if they haven’t already. With it, you can learn a lot about customer behaviors, habits and tendencies, your own products and services, and much more. It can also provide insights into the future, like how to tailor specific marketing campaigns or what new products you should launch.
From 2011 to 2013, more data had been created in those two years than in the entire history of the human race. And that was years ago. It’s exploded even more since then. By the year 2020, there will be an estimated 44 trillion gigabytes.
As valuable as this information can be, not everyone has the capacity to collect and access — or even analyze — this much information. What’s the solution if you don’t have access to a system that can facilitate the data for you? What if you don’t have access to data banks or databases? Where can you go? Where can small businesses get the information they need?
Believe it or not, there are many websites on the internet you can use to reference and collect …