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Spokeo Research: Mobile Migration Map Explains City’s Out-of-Towners

Written by March 25, 2014

Spokeo is constantly looking for new methods to make data useful for those who want  to learn more about people. This month, we’ve taken mobile phone area codes and used them to map out city landscapes in terms of “out-of-towners.” Specifically, we took the area codes of mobile phone numbers linked to specific addresses and…
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Posted in News Flash, Spokeo Research


Written by February 5, 2014

AS VALENTINES DAY APPROACHES, SPOKEO REVEALS 71% OF AMERICANS ARE WILLING TO RESEARCH THEIR DATES OR POTENTIAL DATES TO FEEL SAFER To Assist Romantic Hopefuls in Search of a Perfect Mate, Spokeo Collaborates with Cyber Dating Expert, Julie Spira, Revealing Exclusive Dating Research Findings about Dating and Safety LOS ANGELES (February, 5 2014) — With Valentine’s Day…
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Posted in News Flash, Newsroom, Press Releases, Spokeo Research

Spokeo Partners with Online Dating Expert, Julie Spira, to Discuss “The Business of Love and Dating.”

Written by January 8, 2014

Winter is widely known as the peak romance season. From holiday party dates, to mistletoe kisses, people generally yearn for a romantic relationship more so during the holidays than at any other time. Likewise the act of dating increases as people search for that significant other to enjoy from Christmas through Valentine’s Day. According to…
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Posted in News Flash, Newsroom, People Search, Press Releases, Spokeo Research

Video: Search Before you Date

Written by October 17, 2013

After gathering the results of our dating research poll with Harris Interactive, the Spokeo team took to the streets of Pasadena to learn about the local dating research habits. Take a look and be sure to pay attention to the “pro tip” given by one of the local daters!

Posted in News Flash, People Search, Spokeo Research, Video

Visualizing People Movement: 350 Million US Addresses At Once

Written by April 15, 2013

The team at Spokeo is working hard to make sure you find the information you are looking for, while also finding ways to help process and understand the information that exists about people.  Today, we’re proud to present data visualizations of 350 million U.S. address change records from 2000 to 2009.  See videos here.

Posted in News Flash, Newsroom, Spokeo Research