This infographic by Compete looks at which presidential candidate is winning online.
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This infographic takes a look at the top fast-food restaurants and their social media presence.
This infographic by the Restaurant Social Media Index attempts to quantify the most-loved restaurant brands online.
Instagram’s average daily mobile visitors jumped from 886,000 to 7.3 million.
According to this infographic by socialbakers, Barack Obama had 19,928,502 Twitter followers as of September 19, having grown 5,082,536 since May 1st this year, which is almost ten times Romney’s following. Mitt Romney has 1,146,383 and only grown his following by 664,911 over the same period.
Slightly more than half of retailer respondents to an RSR Research survey say that customer retention has become more difficult and building customer loyalty is challenging.
49% downloaded mobile apps because they are always looking to get more out of their mobile devices.
Young people were most likely to have turned off geolocation, with 32% of 25- to 34-year-olds saying they had, along with 22% of 18- to 24-year-olds.
50% will share their religious affiliations, 49% their political affiliations and sexual orientation, and 42% their personal income.
Among US mobile phone owners who used apps, 54% said they had decided not to install an app because they were worried about how it might use their personal info.