The celebrity Digital Death campaign has leveraged the power of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, the three most popular social forums online to raise money for the Keep a Child Alive Foundation, according to new research from Hitwise.
Facebook accounts for almost one third of all ad impressions among top publishers (billions, Q3, 2010).
Social media agency Yomego has launched an social media app that tracks what people across the world are wishing for this Christmas on Facebook and Twitter.
Indonesia eclipses the United Kingdom as the second-largest Facebook market behind the united States, with 29.8 million users.
YouTube is the most popular video site across Latin America and Spain, with Brazil notching up the highest audience figures, according to new research.
Facebook is updating its profile page, claiming the changes will make it easier for users to ‘tell their story’ to their friend on the social network.
On average Britons will spend 16 minutes each night socially networking with pals between the sheets on Facebook, with the peak chatting time being 9.45pm, according to new research.
Recruitment and marketing departments enjoy their office Christmas parties more than any other group, according to a new survey.
The UK’s major toy retailers must upgrade their online offering if they are to beat competitors to the Christmas rush, according to the 2010 Toy Retail Report compiled by eCommerce display experts Brandbank.
The Association of Online Publishers (AOP) unveils its first research study “The New Rules of Engagement”. The new research examines advertising engagement: the relationship between consumer engagement with website content and particularly their reaction to advertising on different website types: original content sites, portals and social networks.