Young people are all about new technology, from apps to social media to online messengers – the list goes on. Niche, a company that provides reviews and insight to help people choose places to live and schools to attend, conducted a study to find out what technology teens are using most. The study surveyed 7,000… Continue reading The Best and Worst Social Media Habits of High Schoolers [CHARTS]
The World Cup is full of soccer stars, but two athletes have stood out more than the rest in social media chatter. Lionel Messi of Argentina and Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal have made waves on sites like Twitter, but which of the two stars is more popular? According to social media analytics group We Are… Continue reading Which World Cup Player Is More Popular on Twitter, Messi or Ronaldo?
Did you know that an estimated 36% of internet advertising is spent on fraudulent traffic or bots? According to security firm Solve Media, these zombie computers simulating real traffic cost advertisers about $10 billion last year alone. Now a new startup called White Ops believes they’ve found a way to decipher and filter real traffic… Continue reading How Many Bots Visit Your Site Each Day? White Ops Startup Wants to Help Filter Botnet Traffic
In theory working from home can be great: you don’t have to fight through traffic each day and you can potentially work right out of your pajamas. The problem is it can then becomes pretty difficult to distinguish work from play; and vice versa. Even worse, your colleagues and friends probably just assume you always… Continue reading Working From Home: Expectations Vs. Reality [COMIC]
Every great website, like Facebook and Yahoo, initially got started with a simple domain name registration. But did you know that 55% of business still don’t have a website? Given the opportunity and Google’s stronghold in the search engine marketplace, it’s just launched a new domain registration business called Google Domains. The site is only… Continue reading Google Launches New Domain Registration Business
Something new happens around the world each minute of every day. But what about in the digital world? “Big data”, which describes all the digital activity that takes place, has allowed analysts to collect data and measure things it could not before. Domo, a company that brings together businesses and their data, released an infographic… Continue reading What Happens on the Web Every Minute of Every Day? [INFOGRAPHIC]
The Internet provides a wealth of resources and knowledge, but unfortunately not everyone can consistently get online. In fact, two out of every three people in the world still don’t have access to the Internet. It’s this digital divide that SOS Children, one of the largest charities for orphans and abandoned children, hoped to bridge… Continue reading The Wikipedia for Schools Project Aims to Empower Students Who Can’t Get Online
Ever wonder which companies employees want to work for most? Now you can find out thanks to a LinkedIn study on which companies are in the most demand across North America. By analyzing more than 10 billion data points between members and companies and comparing that information with thousands of member surveys, LinkedIn could determine… Continue reading The 50 Most Sought After North American Corporate Employers of 2014 From LinkedIn