28 percent of iPhone users check their social media channels before getting out of bed in the morning. And teenagers aged 15 to 19 spend at least three hours a day looking at their social channels.
B2B marketers monitor the following analytics for content marketing success in 2014: 63% Web Traffic; 54% Sales Lead Quality; 50% Social Media Sharing; 48% Sales Lead Quantity; 44% SEO Ranking; 40% Time Spent on …
According to Sas, marketing analytics is composed of the processes and technologies that marketers use to evaluate the different aspects of their business, including website performance, ROI, marketing attribution, and more. As analytics software …
Everybody has an opinion. It’s nothing special. It proves nothing, not unless you’ve got the numbers to back up your propositions. Numerical data is absolutely essential to creating a successful blog. People don’t just want an actionable agenda, they want cold hard facts, supporting details, and colorful charts and graphs to back up whatever crazy […]
Is your guilty pleasure statistics now? They should be, because these numbers and percentages can and will fuel your marketing strategy. Did you know that 8% of Internet users account for 85% of online display ad clicks? How about that in 2013, 62% of emails were opened on a mobile device. read more
Throughout the Games, we’ll be tracking social conversations around the 2014 Sochi Olympics in this daily infographic to show what’s buzzing on social. Powerful stats from uberVU via HootSuite will be updated each day to give you an overview of who owns the mindshare of Olympic voice on social. read more
Welcome to our third annual roundup of statistics for social media use in the UK. As in previous years, this post is written using the best data we could find at the start of 2014, looking at demographics, overall user numbers, and any other interesting snippets we came across. read more
Did you know that Harlem Shake got viral views of 1.2 billion users on YouTube in just 40 days? On the other hand a surprising 1,400,000 Tweets were sent in just one hour about Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement. What if I told you that people sent 350 Million messages on Snapchat every day? read more