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Pew Research Center has released a compilation of information on key digital and social news media trends. Much of this information has been examined by Pew in individual reports over the course of the year; however, in this article the …
BetaNews has an interesting perspective on the tidal waves of change taking place in cloud computing… an industry that is only 11 years old! The article illustrates its point by reviewing past computing trends and the downfall of once great …
Pew Research Center has studied local search trends related to the Flint, Michigan water crisis starting in 2014. The results “reveal that residents of Flint were searching for information about their water before the government recognized the contamination and before …
Small Business Trends has highlighted five shopping trends seen in Millennials. They make sense and come from a larger Kelton analysis. Small retailers should be able to benefit from these if they take them into consideration at their locations and …
Pew Research Center has published an analysis of how mobile use has changed since 2000. It explores who owns smartphones, tablets and other devises for connecting to the internet and the pattern of change that has taken place in America. …
In time for the holidays, Lexus is trying to build buzz for its IS model by putting 42,000 LED lights on a vehicle and demonstrating the endless variety of moving patterns is can create. Digital Trends has a video of …
Small Business Trends lists 48 social media channels that offer live-streaming with a guide to the type of content that can be found on each. This list is specifically composed for businesses interested in live-streaming as a marketing tool. …
Now that we’ve entered Autumn, predictions for 2017 are starting to pop up. Here are ten video marketing trends that B2C thinks will be very strong in 2017. Before clicking on the link, how many can you predict? …
Millennials as a group prefer Facebook as the social medium of choice. However, a closer look within the spectrum of Millennials shows there is a difference in social media preference. Younger Millennials use of Facebook is diminishing while other social …