A staggering 1 in every 5 people online are from China, and there is still plenty of room for growth amongst its 1.3 billion plus citizens, according to new data.
While 50% of all top sites have a Facebook plug-in and 43% have a Twitter plug-in, it turns out that only 29% of the Top 100 UK Travel Retail Sites have any social plugin at all. A new infographic from Tagman looks at why travel sites need to invest in social plugins to drive sales.
Independent research of 1.7 million Facebook Pages reveals that 82% of Facebook company and brand Pages issue less than 5 update posts per month – hugely underutilising the platform and falling short of fully engaging fans.
Nearly half (44%) of large companies intend to submit a ‘dot Brand’ application, but few are aware of the limited application period, according to a new survey.
Microsoft and Google have becoming locked on a war of words, with Google accused of tricking Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser into tracking users via cookies, even if the user has disabled them.
‘Social business’ is one of the big business buzzwords of 2012, but how many people actually know what it means? Global Dawn has traced the history of social business over the past thirty years to show it’s not just a 2012 fad.
From the first tradeshows to the birth of smartphones, there have been many innovations that profoundly influenced the way businesses reach, engage and educate buyers. This infographic from Eloqua and creative agency JESS3 spotlights 26 disruptive innovations that have re-shaped B2B marketing, tying them to specific milestones.
Google has replaced YouTube Insight with YouTube Analytics, giving online video producers a more detailed statistics on how their content is watched.
Quick Response (QR) codes are on the rise, delivering up information and offers to smartphone users. But who is using them, and where? This infographic from Top SEO Liverpool looks at worldwide QR code usage.
‘Daily is Out’, ‘Via’, and ‘@’ are amongst six phrases that increase the number of click troughs on tweets, according to new research.