Contextual video ads made women feel more favorably toward both the brand (62%) and the site where they saw the ad (56%).
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.
Social media may be getting all the buzz these days, but search engines still refer far more traffic to e-commerce sites, according to a new report from Monetate.
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.
A Q1 2012 survey of US financial professionals found that almost nine in 10 had an account on at least one social media service.
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.
Research from Deloitte indicates that between 15% and 26% of internet users in France, Germany, the UK and US will watch at least some of the games on a PC or tablet—and in Germany, nearly half will watch via the mobile web.
Following Brands On Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]Rate this post Based on a survey by Burst Media, this infographic (via Mashable) illustrates how we follow brands on social media.
Fully 49% of electronic and appliance shoppers use smartphones in-store, and 8.3% of sales in those stores are influenced by smartphones,according to new research from Deloitte.