At the start of 2015, 39 of the top 50 digital news websites have more traffic to their sites and associated applications coming from mobile devices than from desktop computers.
This infographic by looks at the most popular types of content shared on social media based on sharing data from 220,000 articles from 11 vertical industries.
This chart from FormStack illustrates the number of fields and the conversion rates for common form types.
The share of video interactions increased for Facebook and decreased for YouTube.
The recent trend is clearly showing that content marketers are directly uploading video content to Facebook, meaning that Facebook is retaining the traffic at the expense of YouTube.
Some shoppers (29%) will start holiday shopping before Halloween.
YouTube is strongest at both introducing new products and helping to close the sale in the last stage.
44 percent of brands have hired a social media leader to manage content production.
68% of Millennials said they would sacrifice a friendship with a colleague if it meant getting a promotion.
Nearly three-quarters of 15-and-older users who had logged on to Pinterest at least once in the past month were either neutral toward promoted posts or didn’t mind them.