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Social TV Activities [TABLE]

via emarketer.com Research has also found that the conversations taking place on social networks are leading viewers to new shows. According to a January 2012 poll of US heads of TV households conducted by marketing research company Horowitz Associates, 19% of respondents had begun watching a show after reading about it on a social network…

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Retail Text Alert Interest, 2009-2012 [TABLE]

via emarketer.com The number of shoppers interested in receiving promotional texts has also climbed in recent years. As of February 2012, 31% of US mobile phone owners who did not already receive SMS message-based marketing said they were at least somewhat interested in such messages. And 10% said they were extremely interested in SMS messages.…

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Facebook Ad Metrics In Spain By Gender, 2011 [TABLE]

via emarketer.com Even though users in Spain are evenly split by gender, men garnered more revenue on a per-click basis than women. According to April 2012 data from AdParlor, a Facebook ad campaign manager, in Q4 2011 cost per click for men was $0.29 while women commanded $0.21. Read the rest at eMarketer. Rate this…

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Chinese Instant Messaging Services by Market Share [TABLE]

via emarketer.com According to the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), IM ranked second to search in reach among internet users, at 79.4% in June 2011. Mobile IM was even more popular, with nearly 85% of mobile internet users chatting online during December 2011. There are several IM programs available in the country, but online…

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Attribution Methods By Agencies & Marketers [TABLE]

via emarketer.com Some last-click models factor in both marketing and paid advertising influences, but under the paid search last-click model, only paid ad formats such as search and display are credited. Social media or organic search clicks do not receive credit, which makes it difficult for marketers to justify investment and spend on non-advertising marketing…

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Reasons For Foregoing Home Broadband [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org In the spring of 2009, we asked adults who had dial-up internet what it would take for them to switch to a broadband connection at home. A plurality (35%) said the price would have to fall, and 17% said it would have to become available where they live. One in five (20%) said…

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Put A Box Over It: 31% Of Offliners Just Not Interested [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org More recent research by the Pew Internet Project has shown that among current non-internet users, almost half (48%) say the main reason they don’t go online now is because they don’t think the internet is relevant to them—often saying they don’t want to use the internet and don’t need to use it to…

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Home Broadband User Demographics [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org By 2010, while national adoption had slowed, growth in broadband adoption among African Americans jumped well above the national average, with 22% broadband adoption growth since the previous year. 12 Even with these gains, however, minorities are still less likely than whites to have home broadband overall. And foreign-born and Spanish-dominant Latinos trail…

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Internet User Demographics, 2000 & 2011 [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org As of 2011, internet use remains strongly correlated with age, education, and household income, which are the strongest positive predictors of internet use among any of the demographic differences we studied. Yet while gaps in internet adoption persist, some have narrowed in the past decade—as shown in the table below. Read the rest…

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