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Customer Satisfaction: Social Media Websites Rank Among The Worst

Social media ranks at bottom for website customer satisfaction

How satisfied are consumers with social media sites? Today, the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) released its yearly E-Business Report, which takes an in-depth look at user satisfaction with social media, as well as portals and search engines, and news and opinion websites. Read →

Social Media News Ticker: Facebook Tests ‘Buy’ Button, Twitter Acquires CardSpring

Social Media News Ticker

Tumblr users can embed Vine videos, YouTube launches a crowd-sourced music program on Sirius XM, Twitter acquires CardSpring and more: here are the latest updates in social media. Read →

Social Networking Stats: Global Spending on Facebook Ads Increases 50%, #RLTM Scoreboard

Facebook global ad spend increases

Facebook advertising is flourishing according to new data from Kenshoo; quarterly spend on Facebook advertising increased 51% year-over-year in the second quarter of 2014. Spending on search engine advertising also saw an increase of 25% year-over-year, with click-through rates at “an all-time high.” Read →

2014 World Cup: Social Media Campaign Round-Up

World Cup tweets may help fuel faster growth for Twitter

The 2014 World Cup was host to countless ad campaigns, and record breaking social media statistics. Check out how big brands created tons of social media buzz during the month-long tournament, including Nike, Adidas, McDonald’s and VW: Read →

Most-Tweeted Sports Event In History: Germany vs. Brazil

World Cup tweets may help fuel faster growth for Twitter

During Tuesday’s semi-final match, where Germany dominated host nation Brazil with a 7-1 victory, tweets reached a peak volume of 530,166 tweets per minute – making it the most talked about sporting event in Twitter history. The match itself generated 35.6 millions tweets total. Read →

NBA Announces 2014 Social Media Award Winners

NBA logo

Social media has become crucial to professional sports. Not only does it allow fans to track and engage in the action, but it gives athletes and teams a way to communicate directly with fans, furthering their own ‘brand’ and remaining accessible to the general public. This month, NBA Digital held its third annual NBA Social Media Awards, which honors NBA players and teams for their active participation on social media throughout the regular season. Read →

Health And Fitness Apps See 62% Increase In Usage In Last Six Months

Health and Fitness apps see 62% increase over the past six months.

Usage of health and fitness apps has grown exponentially since 2013. Looking at data from over 6,800 iPhone and iPad apps listed under the health and fitness category, Flurry Analytics reports a 62% increase in the usage of health and fitness apps over the past 6 months, while the overall mobile app industry has only seen a […] Read →

MyPermissions’ Android App: Is Your Private Information Secure?

Version 3.0 of MyPermissions' Android App protects user's private information.

The amount of time the average U.S. consumer spends on their mobile device has risen to 2 hrs and 42 minutes per day in 2014, according to Flurry. U.S. consumers have then dedicated 86% (2 hrs and 19 minutes) of that time to their mobile apps; making it essential for people and brands to understand which of […] Read →

World Cup Social Media Fever: 53% of US Smartphone Users Plan To Use Facebook To Discuss The Games

World Cup tweets may help fuel faster growth for Twitter

With the 2014 World Cup in full swing, it has become evident that soccer has taken over social media, especially when it comes to Facebook. Facebook remains the preferred outlet for fans to discuss the tournament’s action, as more than half of U.S. smartphone users following the World Cup plan to communicate through Facebook while watching the event, according to […] Read →

Social Networking Stats: World Cup Draws 58 Million Facebook Users On First Day, #RLTM Scoreboard

World Cup tweets may help fuel faster growth for Twitter

During the first day of World Cup 2014, over 58 million Facebook users accounted for more than 140 million interactions on the social network. See more stats on World Cup social interactions, and the latest numbers for the major social networks on the #RLTM Scoreboard: Read →

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