How and when is it best to engage people on Facebook? According to the “Q1 Social Intelligence Report,” released this month by Adobe, images and videos are the most engaging types of Facebook posts that brands can share, and it’s best to share them on Friday. Video posts have actually become more engaging, up from… Continue reading Best to Engage People on Facebook with Video and Images, on Fridays [STATS]
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?
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]
Which telephone service provider do you prefer to use? What about your banking preference? These decisions could be swayed by the presence of certain companies in your particular state of residence. This interesting map, created by Mike Simmons in collaboration with Broadview Networks, shows you the largest company by revenue in each state. The information… Continue reading What’s the Largest Company in Your State?
Living in the digital age, it should come as no surprise to us that World Cup viewership this year is more mobile and social than ever before. But just how mobile and social? According to a study by Peel, an app that turns your smartphone or tablet into a smart remote, viewership of this year’s… Continue reading The 2014 World Cup is More Mobile and Dominated By Facebook, Not Twitter [REPORT]
In a game with one of the quickest goals in World Cup history, it’s no surprise that the match also fared well on Twitter. According to MemeBurn, one of the more exhilarating World Cup games so far, the USA vs. Ghana match, had some impressive numbers on Twitter including total amount of tweets, peak moments… Continue reading The US Soccer Team Triumphed Over Ghana on the Field and Twitter [REPORT]
Despite Twitter’s significant drops in stock prices and an underwhelming initial acquisition of users this year, there may be hope for the social network still. In the current global forecast for Twitter, numbers show that its Asian audience will increase by nearly 25% this year, and that by 2018 more than 40% of Twitter users… Continue reading Good News for Twitter: User Base Expected to Rise By 25% from Surge in Asia [REPORT]