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JANUARY 17, 2011 Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
What Americans Do Online: Social Media And Games Dominate Activity by Nielsen Wire. billion by 2014. percent of internet users, or 127 million people, will use a social network at least once a month in 2010; that figure is projected to rise to two-thirds by 2014. MorganStanley predicts there will be more mobile than desktop Internet users by 2014. And much more. Adam T.
| | MY CREATIVE TEAM THINKING
OCTOBER 13, 2010 Lesson 1 – Blogs Are Here To Stay
Nielsen says that blogs and social networks now claim the lion’s share of the consumer’s time online. According to eMarketer , more than 50% of US internet users will read a blog at least monthly this year, and that swells to 61% by 2014. 5 Lessons From the Blogosphere – Lesson 1. When I started blogging in 2005, I thought that it might just be a fad. Is it a blog?
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JULY 12, 2011 Badges? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Badges
could spend days citing stats about the explosion of gaming: Stats such as Nielsen research that shows games are the second most frequent internet activity for Americans after social networks (more popular than email or porn). Today’s guest post is written by Joey Strawn. What if I told you that you were approaching gamification all wrong? What’s gamification? billion by 2015.
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FEBRUARY 7, 2012 Best Social Media and Digital Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 2
Frequent best-of honoree Laurie Sullivan looks into a Nielsen report showing that in terms of time spent on the site, Facebook (yeah, I know, a shock) is the leader followed by Blogger, Tumblr, Twitter and LinkedIn. Among the trends: paid search is projected to grow 15% in 2012 and 2013, followed by 13% in 2014. We’re all hungry for data. General Social Media Statistics. hours.
| | STEVE RUBEL
NOVEMBER 4, 2010 Digital Primetime Arrives Just in Time to Crush the Net
Nielsen reports that 64 million people watched at least part of the World Cup online. That's a drop in the bucket by what we'll see in 2014 when Brazil hosts the event. The following is also my column in next week's Advertising Age. Digital Primetime Arrives Just in Time to Crush the Net. There's more demand than ever for professionally created and curated content. They need to be.
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