Statistics

e-Strategy Trends’ continually updated collection of communications-related statistics for marketing, public relations, advertising and strategic communications professionals.

Mobile Tech Babysitters [CHART]

via emarketer.com A Mom Central Consulting survey from January 2012, for example, found that 39% of US mothers who use the internet, have a mobile phone that they pass on to their children to keep them engaged during a car trip. Only the Nintendo DS and the car DVD player or video were used more…

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Mobile CTRs For Travel Category [CHART]

via marketingcharts.com Spring, summer, and holiday months are the best times for advertisers to leverage mobile traffic to travel channels, says Jumptap in a May 2012 report. Looking at traffic and click-through rate (CTR) patterns for the travel channel in 2011, the study finds that while travel channel traffic peaked in August, CTRs were highest…

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Mobile Wallet Adoption [CHART]

via marketingcharts.com 37% of mobile users surveyed in Q1 2012 reported having used a mobile wallet in the previous 90 days, while a further 8% expressed interest in doing so, according to [download page] a JiWire report released in May 2012. This is a significant rise from 11% who reported having used a mobile payment…

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B2B Publishers’ Revenue Streams [CHART]

via marketingcharts.com B2B publishers, particularly smaller publishers with less than $5M in annual revenues, are having trouble diversifying their revenue sources away from print advertising, finds FOLIO: magazine [pdf] in its annual B2B CEO survey released in May 2012. Print advertising was the dominant source of revenue for the smaller publishers, at 59% share, with…

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Most Popular Chinese Social Sites [CHART]

via emarketer.com Chinese online media giant Tencent has a genuine hit with instant messaging in QQ, reporting over 700 million (unaudited) users at the end of 2011. But what about the firm’s other services? Tencent Weibo, probably the second most well-known internet service developed by the firm, is popular, but often plays second-fiddle in the…

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Top Grocery Store Technologies [CHART]

via emarketer.com While online sales make up only a tiny fraction of total grocery sales, a significant subset of grocery shoppers are using online and mobile tools as part of the shopping process. Grocery shoppers are familiar with and rely on a range of technologies to help them research products, find the best value and…

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Frequency Of Online Grocery Shopping [CHART]

via emarketer.com While many consumers are doing pre-purchase research ahead of going to the grocery store, a much smaller percentage are actually buying groceries online. April 2011 data from AlixPartners found that just 2% of total grocery spending was attributed to the online channel. But while the user base may be small, it’s active. Only…

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Where People Use Their Tablets Outside The Home [CHART]

via emarketer.com Outside the home, tablet owners were most likely to use their devices while waiting at an airport, or in an airplane. Meanwhile, a low percentage of respondents (36%) used their devices in a store, suggesting that tablets do not have the same mobile shopping draw as smartphones. In-store shoppers are more likely turning…

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Where People Use Their Tablets At Home [CHART]

via emarketer.com I’m kinda thinking the bathroom number is under reported. Of those using tablets at home, more than nine in 10 employed the devices in either the living room or bedroom, bolstering the idea that consumers used tablets primarily for fun or relaxation. But three-quarters of respondents were at least somewhat likely to use…

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