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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 →

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 →

Sony Builds Interactive Social Media Hub For 2014 World Cup

Sony Debuts One Stadium Live Social Media Hub for World Cup

Sony has teamed up with media agency Isobar to create a new interactive platform for this year’s World Cup, called One Stadium Live. This online forum, which opened on May 1st, compiles the comments and conversations of soccer fans across the world on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, organizing them all on one website. Here’s how it works: Read →

Social Networking Stats: Active Usage Drops For Facebook and Twitter, #RLTM Scoreboard

Social media ranks at bottom for website customer satisfaction

Which social networks do you think are seeing the most growth? New data from GlobalWebIndex looks at active usage for several platforms, showing a decline for some of the largest platforms, but also huge gains for Instagram and Tumblr. Read →

Social Media News Ticker: Facebook Launches “Nearby Friends”

Social Media News Ticker

It’s been an interesting week for social media platforms: Twitter acquired Gnip and added more MoPub integration, Google+ opened +Post ads to all brand pages with over 1,000 followers, and Facebook launched “Nearby Friends” to help users meet up with friends when they are close by. Read →

Which Social Networks Drive the Most Engaged Referrals?

YouTube drives the most engaged referral traffic

YouTube is the “undisputed champion” among social networks in terms of driving referrals, delivering the most traffic and the highest levels of engagement, according to a new study from Shareaholic. The analysis of average visit duration, pages per visit and bounce rate reveals which of the top eight social media platforms are driving the best referral traffic. Read →

Do Americans Trust Facebook?

Facebook tops one billion users on mobile

A recent poll reveals how much trust Americans place in Facebook, as compared to Google, the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Read →

YouTube Commands 50% of Time Spent On Mobile Entertainment Apps

YouTube dominates time spent on entertainment via mobile

How much time are Americans spending on mobile apps, and which are the most popular? A new study from Flurry takes a look at how apps are dominating mobile, and Google and Facebook are commanding lots of our time on mobile. Read →

Mobile Ad Spending Grows 105% in 2013

Mobile Advertising

In 2014, mobile ad spending will account for nearly one-quarter of total digital ad spending worldwide, according to the latest estimates from eMarketer. Much of this growth is driven by increased mobile ad spending from Facebook and Google. Read →

Social Media News Ticker: Facebook Email is Dead, Twitter’s Amplify Now on Movie Screens

Social Media News Ticker

LinkedIn expands in China, Twitter’s Amplify expands to ABC and movie screens, Facebook launches a new ad campaign structure, and more: check out the latest social media updates here. Read →

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