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July 3, 2013

Ecommerce in China:Powered by Govt Subsidized Cheap Broadband, and rising 800 million middle class

Ecommerce in China: How the World's Biggest Market Buys Online: "China has an estimated 193 million online shoppers, more than any other country. By 2015, those consumers will be spending $1,000 per year online — the same amount that U.S.'s 170 million online shoppers currently spend annually. By that time, ecommerce could account for more than 8% of all retail sales in China, Boston Consulting Group predicts.

A number of factors are driving the growth. One is the increase of China's middle class, which is expected to balloon from 200 million to 800 million people over the next 20 years, according to Acquity Group. The spread of government-subsidized, high-speed Internet access and Internet-connected cellphones have widened the pool of potential shoppers to 513 million — or about 40% of the population. Broadband Internet access costs around $10 per month, compared to $30 per month in India and $27 per month in Brazil."

June 30, 2013

How Google is Set to Take Over Human Memory

The Google Backend set to replace human Memory The latest Trends on Web Marketing

The Google insta search, custom search and spell checker is all set to replace the human mind, as increasingly its Google who decides to show  what we should search..Instead of human input, Google database indexed a huge mind boggling $30billion data and tries to show users" in the name of instant preview search the most frequented site that are shown up when users click on them

'. But does reall Google need to do this... a human mind instead of relying on their choice are increasingly being led  by what Google things as right , Meanwhile the SERP" results are based on a historical data which means it takes a average on the number of times users have typed based on  again what Google has showed them
  ..The web sites showing up during instant search not only gets more visitors from Google, but also helps big publishers running adsense to bemefit from higher CTR
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May 16, 2013

Yahoo and Twitter Partnership to bring Real Time Tweets

Yahoo announced on Thursday a new partnership between the companies "will bring select tweets from Twitter directly into the Yahoo user stream

Partnership between  the Companies   will bring select tweets from Twitter directly into the Yahoo News stream.

For now,however it seems a fairly basic integration of Twitter accounts and actual Tweets into Yahoo’s flowing news content stream;  placing  Tweets in between the curated Yahoo news stories.

As the consumption of Real time  news and information, local  searches including tweets  , real time checkins ( foursquare) and Mobile GPS is  increasingly becoming a part of mainstream web content user experience

According to " Yahoo CEO" Marissa Mayer

Updates direct from politicians, celebrities, media outlets, and other publishers have become an important source of real-time news and information. 140 characters can connect athletes with their fans, capture live chatter from the red carpet, and inspire global debate.
Tweets have become an important information source for many of our users, so we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Twitter to bring Tweets directly into the Yahoo! newsfeed.

April 16, 2013

How The Smartphone Revolution has changed TV Viewing

The way consumers watch content has changed dramatically in recent times. Print, Audio, Video and Internet today has become integrated... and the era of Multi Screen Consumer has made TV viewing part of a multi-screen experience, that means that ; todays users use either a connected device or a gadget ( smartphones or tablets) simultaneously

 According to new survey results from iAcquire and SurveyMonkey, 40% of mobile searches are conducted while users are watching TV. While the study doesn’t delve into whether or not TV prompts those searches, research released last year suggests that TV can be a significant catalyst for mobile search. 

The iAcquire study also reveals that one-third of mobile device users tweeted about TV last year, a figure that seems to make sense given Nielsen’s recent finding of acorrelation between Twitter buzz and TV ratings. New survey results from Deloitte indicate that 81% of Americans almost always or always engage in another activity while watching their home TV, with that figure rising to a high of 88% among 24-29-year-olds.

March 30, 2013

Youtube, Facebook and Vevo Tops Online Video Usage

The French economic newspaper Les Echos recently published an infographic using comScore Video Metrix data showing the main online video properties worldwide in January 2013. In 12th place is the French online video site Dailymotion, which attracted 116.12 million online viewers worldwide during the month.
According to Comscore data the leading global properties for video ads and video content were Google Sites (755 million unique viewers), Facebook (296 million) and Vevo (256 million).

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March 25, 2013

How The World Searches for Internet Porn: US vs Europe

Around 45% of the searches across the world wide web  are porn" According to recent reports  from the British Newspaper Telegraph 

The top search term for British-based users of pornography websites was "British", followed by "Indian" and "MILF" - an acronym referring to pornography featuring older women.

 Britain wasn't the only country where those searching for pornography sought out material featuring people of their own nationality. Other countries where the top search was for women or men of the same nationality include Denmark, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Sweden and Germany. The top search terms in other countries were more unusual. Ukrainian porn fans were most likely to search for "Raincoat (gay)", while in Romania the top term was "Mom and son". The most popular term in Syria was "Aunt". In Iran, the sixth most popular search term was "Hotel businessman (gay)

The US  does not gets left out either  with MILF and Teen being the most searched keywords. The list of countries and what they search online was compiled by PornMD which created  a interactive data on what users search across the  Internet.