Asked about online video ads irrelevant to the site (though not necessarily irrelevant to them), 70% of women said they were more likely to ignore them.
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Men report being more than twice as likely as women to have purchased a product or service after discovering it on Pinterest, per results of a Compete survey.
Roughly two-thirds of consumers who visit or read blogs say that their purchasing decisions are influenced by brand mentions or promotions within the blog’s content, according to survey results released in June 2012 by Burst Media.
The survey found that of those using social media with business in mind, the highest percentage of respondents (21%) used the networks to find expert commentary and insights.
Mobile will be particularly important for those looking to check in on Olympic event results, which is what Nielsen found to be the top mobile internet activity planned by US and UK users in 2008.
Only one in five B2B marketing and sales professionals (20%) say their demand generation campaigns are fully effective, whereas 80% say they are ineffective to semi-ineffective, according to a survey from Corporate Visions.
One-third of cord-cutters say they would not re-install services even if the cost of cable was slashed, according to June 2012 survey results from TechBargains.com.
This infographic from BlueGlass is a great guide for building an audience using content marketing.
An infographic that illustrates how small businesses compete with big brands.
Despite the growing use of second- and third-screen devices, TVs remain the dominant way that people get their video fix.