According to EIAA’s (European Interactive Advertising Association) latest Mediascope Europe study, 76% (396m) of all 16+ year old people across 15 European markets surveyed use different media simultaneously with almost a third (30%) using the internet whilst they watch TV.
My colleagues at Etarget created nice visualization of this study:
Gemius in coopeation with IAB Europe, has recently released the second “Do you CEE” report.
This report, apart from the up-to-date data from 15 CEE markets, is enriched with the detailed studies of the online reality in 2 additional countries – that is Belarus and Turkey.
For those of us, who are too lazy to read 250 pages, has my colleague Jakub Ptacin prepared nice infographic:
What kind of people register to LinkedIn?
You can find out on this infographic created by Gigya:
Facebook has 500 million active users, half of them log in on a daily basis.
70% of the Facebook users are based outside the USA.
Online Schools came with Obsessed with Facebook visualization:
If you wonder, what were the ups and downs of Yahoo! from 1994 till 2010,
Focus produced timeline visualization, which ends at February 2010:
People at Viral Ad Network came with nice visualization of most viral brands of 2010:
Facebook accounts for 44% of shared content. MySpace sharing has declined 27% from last year.
AddThis came with this nice infographic:
Analysts at MarketingExperiments reviewed the important lessons they learned from this year’s most telling experiments. Tests focusing on areas like offline and online integration, traffic source quality, graphic design, and social media were used to help the audience draw six essential lessons they should take away from MarketingExperiments 2010 research:
LESSON 1: Do not underestimate the effect offline media can have online
LESSON 2: Do not assume the “marketing masses” are going in the right direction
LESSON 6: You may know more than you think about optimizing social media campaigns
If you want to see all 6 lessons learned by MarketingExperiments in 2010, click on this link.
Digital Surgeons created great infographic showing the breakdown of the 2010 social demographics on Facebook and Twitter: