Posts Tagged "Research"
The Future of the Social Web is here today and we’re learning that engagement is not a matter of if or when, but to what extent, how and what value can we deliver and derive from it. The Social Web is much more than a window into information and interaction, it is a completely transformative medium that is changing how we forge relationships, interact with one another, and distribute and...Read More
A week after Twitter raised a reported 100 million dollars in it’s fifth round of funding, there has been much speculation about… well, pretty much anything and everything Twitter-ish. I came across a posting by Ben Parr on Mashable that listed 5 stats from a recent research report, these numbers are just insane: Twitter’s Value: 5 Eye-Popping Stats According to PEDC’s numbers, the...Read More
Twitter has exploded into a must-track resource for news, rants, consumer reports, public health, shopping deals and emerging trends. But if you’re looking for something or someone specific, how can you expect to carve out a niche and listen in on just a single thread of conversation? Our list of 100 tips, tools and resources for Twitter research will help you keep it all together. Directories...Read More
At the same time as many internet advertisers are ramping up their web advertising efforts, the majority of US consumers say they are very frustrated by many common types of internet ads, according to a recent study by Harris Interactive, which cites pop-ups, ads that are “moused over,” difficult-to-close ads, and musical ads as some of the worst offenders. Ads that spread across the page and...Read More
The mantra from networks has long been that online entertainment will never replace the experience of watching TV in the living room, but is this accurate? Short form video is now being viewed by 43% of internet users at least once a week and it’s perceived as being equally or more entertaining than television by 37% of the online public, according to a new research report from Frank N....Read More