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UK Twitter uses surging: Study

Twitter use and penetration is set to surge in the UK, according to eMarketer. Year-over-year, double-digit growth will continue through this year, followed by slow and steady growth until 2018. The number of UK Twitter users is expected to nearly … Continue reading

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The Millennials social media opportunity

Targeting the Millennials generation is the next big opportunity for media companies. As targeting audiences becomes more ubiquitous across digital media channels, media companies are identifying targeting strategies in order to build audiences now and for the future. One such … Continue reading

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Facebook is No. 1 social media site, followed by China’s QQ, QZone

Global Web Index’s “We Are Social” study also explored the number of social media and messenger/chat app users around the world.  The No. 1 social media worldwide continues to be Facebook, with 1.2 billion users, followed by QQ, a social … Continue reading

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Online TV programs dominate U.S. video landscape

Daily time spent on video in the United States can be broken down into four categories: non-professional videos such as user-generated video, professional video, online movies and TV programs online, according to a GfK and Interactive Advertising Bureau study in … Continue reading

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While 14.1 percent of the overall UK population used Twitter in 2012, almost double (25.8 percent) are expected to use Twitter monthly by 2018.

The eMarketer has explored UK Twitter user growth and share by age. According to the study, the oldest age groups are projected to be the fastest growing. Those in the 55 to 64 age bracket and the 65+ age group … Continue reading

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Impact of personal technology on economic opportunity

When faced with a tradeoff between privacy and national security, developing world and developed world respondents are somewhat in sync, according to the Microsoft-World Economic Forum study. Sixty-one percent of those from developed countries believe they shouldn’t have to trade … Continue reading

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Direct website access drives engagement in U.S.: Study

Users are more engaged with a website if they go directly, rather than if they link from search engines, social media sites or friends’ referrals, according to comScore and the Pew Research Center. In a study of U.S. users, visitors … Continue reading

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Argentina, Mexico and Thailand claim top spots for time spend on social media

The average number of hours per day spent on social media varies widely by country, averaging about two hours per day, according to the  “We Are Social” study. Countries like Japan, South Korea, Germany, France and China clock the fewest … Continue reading

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TV, Internet dominate U.S. media landscape in time spent

According to 2014 research by Gfk and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, Americans spend the most time with television, followed by the Internet. Between 2010 and 2013, the amount of time spent with TV, radio, newspapers and magazines has been decreasing, … Continue reading

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87 percent of American use Internet: Pew

According to the Pew Research Center in 2014, 87 percent of American adults have used the Internet as of 2014, a dramatic increase since 1995, when only 14 percent of American adults used the Internet.World Newsmedia Network has published Global … Continue reading

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