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August 28, 2011

Facebook is Now One trillion pageviews a Month and Counting

Facebook served over one trillion pageviews in June and again in July of this year, according to data from Google’s advertising services subsidiary DoubleClick. The data is estimated by Google, but in our own experience is very accurate.
In July 2011, the social network amassed 860 million unique visitors, approximately 100 million more than Facebook’s estimated 750 million user base. DoubleClick estimates Facebook’s reach at 50.1% of the global online audience. The average Facebook user spent a massive 25 minutes on the site during a single session.
Regarding age groups, 12% of Facebook users are under 17 years of age, 9% are between 18 and 24 years, 22% between 25 and 34 years, 24% between 35 and 44, 22% between 45 and 54, 7% between 55 and 64, and just 2% are aged 65 or more.
35% of Facebook users earn €18,000 or less, 16% earn between €18,001 and €27,000, 16% again earn between €27,001 and €36,000, 24% earn between €36,001 and €54,000, 5% earn between €54,001 and €72,000, while just 3% earn more than €72,001.
Both genders are represented equally on Facebook.
Other large internet properties like YouTube do compare somewhat with 710 million unique visitors in July 2011, although YouTube only managed to serve 100 billion pageviews during this period, significantly less than Facebo

August 23, 2011

Windows Phone 7 Timeline and Evolution

Latest Figures suggest that four percent of Windows Phone 7 users are running Mango on their devices. The split, as shown in the infographic shows one percent are running thre Beta 2 and the remaining three percent are running the first beta version of the software. According to the Dude, where's my update application, the majority of users are running Windows Phone 7 NoDo, even though a bug fixing update was issued in May.The most popular phone running Windows Phone 7 is the Samsung Focus, a US-only device. The second most popular handset running Windows Phone 7 is the HTC HD7.

July 21, 2011

July 13, 2011

Fixed Line Telephone Lines; Country Compariso


This is world map shows Number of Fixed Telephone Lines by Country, per 100 people.
Current worldwide number of fixed telephone lines: 17.2 per 100 people (2010)
17.8 per 100 people (2009)
Main (fixed) telephone lines refer to telephone lines connecting a customer's equipment (e.g., telephone set, facsimile machine) to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and which have a dedicated port on a telephone exchange. Note that for most countries, main lines also include public payphones. Many countries also include ISDN channels in main (fixed) lines (see below ISDN and ADSL).

Main (fixed) telephone lines per 100 inhabitants is calculated by dividing the number of main lines by the population and multiplying by 100.

July 7, 2011

The Resurgence Of US Car Market

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After record low sales figures just two years ago,  Auto numbers are on the rebound. To keep pace with demand, companies are having to hire hundreds -- in some cases, thousands -- of new employees.

Some of the biggest staff jumps have been seen at automakers like Honda, which hired an additional 1,000 workers in Indiana to crank out a steady supply of its sensible, fast-selling Civic. Volkswagen's highly anticipated factory in Tennessee recently opened its doors to built the Passat, and with it came a workforce of 2,000 employees.

Detroit is enjoying a boom, too. In fact, General Motors is hiring an additional 2,500 workers to help build the steady-selling Chevrolet Volt. And the company plans to bring on at least 1,500 more employees over the next year and a half.

In all, since the Chrysler/GM bailout fiasco of June 2009, the U.S. auto industry has hired roughly 77,000 workers. The sector's total number of employees now hovers near 700,000 -- nowhere near the highs of 1,000,000 last seen in 2007, but well up from 2009's low point of 623,000. And that's to say nothing of parts and manufacturing jobs, both of which have also seen steep increases in workforce numbers.

As of June 30, total light vehicle sales in the U.S. had hit 6,332,566 units -- 12.8% above last June's year-to-date total of 5,614,022 and roughly in keeping with the industry's 12% employment growth. Some analysts are predicting that U.S. sales will top 13,000,000 this year, up from 11,600,000 in 201

June 15, 2011

State of " Online Video Ads": Why It Works"

POV: Point of Video
 Presentations from Tod Sacerdoti

Source: The Nielsen Company

Why watch TV commercials on TV when you can watch it anywhere you go – whether it is on your smartphone, tablet or computer.  Technology will make sure that Brands and Companies who are chasing online users like us will make sure they track us and feed us with what they call " Relevant Content" and what we call as "Avoidable  Interruption".
Video Advertising being a dynamic medium, is prone to more effective engagement with   users, But does that also mean more engagement  with the advertising too"? Do users watch  in Online Video the same way they watch  Content ..  Difficult question to answer. But the fact is Video Ads like it or not is here to stay.

Online-video ad spend is foretasted to reach $1.9 billion and will take 4.7% of total Internet ad spending - and 2.6% of TV ad spending - in 2011.

eMarketer projects that some 164.7 million people are expected to watch online video ads in 2011.  Reports Suggest that 183 million people in the US will watch online videos in 2013, just 4.9% more than in the prior year.

Who's watching the online video ads? -- everybody. At the current U.S. population of 310, 597, 071, online ad video viewers represent 53% of the total population.

Most videos consumed online today are clips rather full-length TV episodes or movies: The most popular online video content, watched by more than 40% of the US online video ads

source :Statdex