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via pewinternet.org via pewinternet.org via pewinternet.org As a group, local news enthusiasts differ demographically from others in important ways, in their use of technology, the information that is of particular interest to them, and their local news habits. Demographically, local news enthusiasts are more likely than other adults to be female, age 65 or older, […]
via pewinternet.org A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism and Internet & American Life Project, in partnership with the Knight Foundation, finds that nearly three quarters of Americans (72%) report following local news closely “most of the time, whether or not something important is happening.” In contrast, one-quarter […]
via blog.ceir.org Those planning events may want to rethink their strategy, as live video and webcasts are the most popular form of content according to 68 percent of past and future users. In a similarly revealing question, many physical event hosts (43 percent) capture less than 10 percent of the content from their physical events […]
via marketingcharts.com constantcontact-effectiveness-event-marketing-channels-feb-2012.jpg77% of event marketers are using social media to promote and market events, and another 14% are planning to do next year, while roughly three-quarters who use social media believe it to be effective, according to results from a Constant Contact survey of its customers, released in February 2012. Respondents ranked social media […]
via marketingcharts.com Although the number of new, qualified sales leads generated is the most common metric used to evaluate the success of B2B exhibiting, cited by 81% of respondents to a 2011 Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) survey released [download page] in February 2012, marketing metrics are growing in popularity, with 88% of exhibitors […]
via marketingcharts.com The most popular activity at a virtual event is downloading materials, with 77% of attendees engaging in this activity. More than seven in 10 attendees also participate in watching a live webcast (74%) and visiting a virtual booth (71%). These three activities are significantly more popular than any other. There is a dropoff […]
via marketingcharts.com Email is overwhelmingly the top driver of virtual event registration, according to an August 2011 survey from MarketingProfs and Trendline Interactive, sponsored by ON24. Data from “The Practicalities of Virtual Events” indicates 83% of virtual event attendees have heard about an event through email. Only 23% have heard about a virtual event through […]