The websites of physician groups or medical practices were US internet users’ most trusted sources for health care treatment information.
Archives for February 2013
Half of the US seniors it surveyed in March 2012 felt there wasn’t a single online resource where they could find highly credible health information.
In January 2012 that nearly one-third of moms searched the internet for health information once a day or every few days.
86% of women said they made the decisions about the healthcare treatments their entire families used. While most said they trusted their doctors, they still went online before and after office visits.
Despite accounting for just 1.9% of overall site traffic, social accounted for 4.8% of all B2B SMB leads—a relatively small number, but not insubstantial.
Social remains a small part of the larger traffic picture for most of the B2B SMBs studied, accounting for 1.9% of total traffic.
Twitter accounted for 82% of all social media-originated leads, while Facebook accounted for a paltry 9% of leads.
When it comes to direct donations to political candidates, the legacy technology vendors outpace their Internet peers.
McKinsey has found technology, particularly the Web, has had a rising impact on GDP.
Facebook’s contributions are up 200% year-over-year – as they seek to carve out breathing room from federal regulators.