Google survey reveals what users want from mobile sites. Take note web creator’ists and mobile masters of the interManets.
The new stats are out for our text stars, and now they are finally relating texting levels to educational level.
“Texting is also directly related to education level, peaking at 69.4 per day for adults with less than a high school diploma and steadily decreasing as education level rises to 23.8 among those with a college degree or more.”
Hit me on my pre-pay… GoPhoneYourself.
Proving the obvious:
Holidays are days when most Americans spend a more-than-normal amount of time socializing with friends and family, which Gallup research has previously shown to relate to higher levels of happiness and enjoyment and lower levels of stress.
I can’t wait to see what happens when these teenagers are actually forced to communicate with someone in person.
On another note…
– Women are 28% more likely to sext over men.
– 31% of us have smartphones.
– 228 million of americans over the age of 13 rock mobile.
– Tomorrow we’ll see how communication will ultimately end the world.
[iDevice Link] <— 6,400 views Cementing Old Spice as the number 1 brand of body wash for men. How did they do it? Just watch. I think we can cleanly say Old Spice has won this game... even though they were a little late to the game.
Make this a quick read – take note of the numbers. Most specifically the PURCHASE INTENT / CONSIDERATION for age Made-for-Web content.
Why do you *like* a brand? 40% of you want to receive discounts and promotions followed by 37% who want to show support. Proof that people still want to get something out of relationships they maintain.
178 million americans watched 14.7 hours of video content on the internets in July. Stats no longer release average videos per viewer. WTF?
Why how and who to target twitter numbers to think about.
Is this motivation?
Always fun to look back at where we came from – only to predict where we are going. As you can see here though – we are still trying to get people caught up on the thinking of how powerful this engine is going to become.
Social networking site Facebook.com led all online publishers during Q1 2010 with 176 billion display ad impressions, representing 16.2% market share. Yahoo Sites ranked second with 132 billion impressions (12.1% market share), followed by Microsoft Sites with 60 billion impressions (5.5% market share) and Fox Interactive Media with 53 billion impressions (4.9% market share).
The official U.S. unemployment rate fell from 9.9% to 9.7% in May 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, 411,000 of 431,000 new non-farm payroll jobs created during the month were temporary jobs related to the 2010 Census, suggesting there is currently little activity in developing long-term employment.
More than half of married 25-year-olds will divorce at some point, while 45% of 50-year-old men and 46% of 50-year-old women will eventually divorce.
Americans watched 30.3 billion online videos in April 2010.
Nearly 178 million viewers watched an average of 171 videos per viewer during the month of April 2010. 96 of those came from Google sites (YouTube) and facebook raises to 5th on the list.
Average online video is now 4.4 minutes thanks to television continuing it’s crossover to the internets (Hulu).