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Politicians Will Spend Up to 12% of Their Campaign Budgets on Digital Media

Politicians Will Spend Up to 12% of Their Campaign Budgets on Digital Media | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
The 2012 U.S. Presidential Election is shaping up to be the most digital election in the history of the country, as Mashable has documented.
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Here's What Social Networks Know About You

Here's What Social Networks Know About You | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
A look at the type of data social networks collect, how they gather it and why they want it in the first place.
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You Use These Web Sites Every Day. But I Bet You Didn't Know These Mind-Blowing Facts.

You Use These Web Sites Every Day. But I Bet You Didn't Know These Mind-Blowing Facts. | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
You're probably on Facebook all day, but did you know this?
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5 Ways the Ad World Has Changed in the Last 10 Years

5 Ways the Ad World Has Changed in the Last 10 Years | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
When Verizon Wireless wanted to drive more foot traffic to its retail stores last winter, the brand supplemented traditional advertising an onsite program called Stop Motion Studio.
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Google Launches 'Multi-Year' Ad Campaign to Promote Mobile

Google Launches 'Multi-Year' Ad Campaign to Promote Mobile | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Google is launching a massive ad campaign for mobile Thursday night that will include a joint venture with The New York Times for banner ads based on breaking news stories.
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Facebook Is Down for Most Users

Facebook Is Down for Most Users | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Facebook's app and website are down for most users. The source of the outage, which began Wednesday afternoon, is not yet clear See also: 12 Facebook Statuses You Need to Retire As with many service outages, upset users took to Twitter to complain.
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Most Businesses Still Don't Budget for Mobile Technology

Most Businesses Still Don't Budget for Mobile Technology | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
The use of mobile technology has likely helped to improve your business in many ways, but are you saving room in your budget for it? Probably not, according to a new study from accounting solutions provider Sage North America.
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12 Insane Facts About Social Media

12 Insane Facts About Social Media | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
You won't believe how social media is changing the world! (RT @earthscraft: You won't believe how social media is changing the world!
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Five Shocking Facts That Will Change Your Entire Approach to Social Media

Five Shocking Facts That Will Change Your Entire Approach to Social Media | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
How much of our social media behavior is founded upon fact? I decided to dig into the data and do some research.
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The World Cup Is Facebook's Most-Talked-About Event Ever

The World Cup Is Facebook's Most-Talked-About Event Ever | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
The World Cup has generated more than one billion interactions on Facebook, making it the site's most popular event of all time.

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Google: Five Popular Tools for Business - Guardian Liberty Voice

Google: Five Popular Tools for Business - Guardian Liberty Voice | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Google: Five Popular Tools for Business Guardian Liberty Voice Because it is cloud storage, these documents are accessible from any web-connected device. The user can ...
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20 Tweetable Digital Marketing Statistics that Will Make You Think -

20 Tweetable Digital Marketing Statistics that Will Make You Think - | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
#Mobile #advertising spending will grow at an average of 50% per year between 2013 and 2016 http://t.co/ajiOPCBTGB
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Using Social Media Around the Globe | Social Media Today

Using Social Media Around the Globe | Social Media Today | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Silicon Valley (the home of many hot social media platforms) is not representative of the whole US but overall, the sentiment towards social media in the USA is overall positive.
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Some Facts About “Selfies”

Some Facts About “Selfies” | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Selfies have certainly been in the news lately. Starting with the group selfie taken by Ellen Degeneres at this year’s Oscars.
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Your phone knows where you are. So do marketers

Your phone knows where you are. So do marketers | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Companies can use your mobile location data to learn what you do and what you buy.
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Ello Is No Facebook Killer

Ello Is No Facebook Killer | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
I’m afraid to say how I feel about Ello. I’ve been in this position before. A new social media platform arrives, everyone proclaims it the next big thing and better than all that’s come before or currently exists.
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Psychology of Website Design - Dr. Pamela Rutledge

Media Psychology uses psychological theory to assess and develop effective media applications.
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Twitter Changes Font, Provides More Profile Color Options

Twitter Changes Font, Provides More Profile Color Options | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Twitter has unveiled new changes designed to enhance your microblogging experience Revealed in a two-part tweet posted Wednesday, Twitter announced an updated web font intended to improve "speed and readability," more color options on user...
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24 Outstanding Statistics on How Social Media has Impacted Health Care

24 Outstanding Statistics on How Social Media has Impacted Health Care | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Communication has been disrupted through social media but how has the health care industry faired? Dive into an analysis of 24 statistics on the subject.
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Man Who Inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge Is Now a Father

Man Who Inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge Is Now a Father | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
The 29-year old man who inspired the world to raise millions of dollars for ALS research through the Ice Bucket Challenge now faces a different kind of challenge: parenthood.
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Why Public Radio Listeners Tune In

Why Public Radio Listeners Tune In | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Source: Jacobs Media Notes: Public radio listeners are most likely to listen for news and information, counting credit and objective programming, a desire for deeper perspective and an intellectual curiosity among their primary motivations for...
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Social Media 2014 Statistics – an interactive Infographic you’ve been waiting for!

Social Media 2014 Statistics – an interactive Infographic you’ve been waiting for! | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
How fast Social Media is expanding in 2014? Do you know how many active users Facebook has? How fast Google+ is evolving?
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140 Facts you should know about Twitter | Socia...

140 Facts you should know about Twitter | Socia... | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Think you know all there is to know about Twitter? Think again. (I will appreciate a "Twitter grand slam" if you learn something new about @twitter with this article. @marismith...
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How to Tame Twitter's Annoying Mobile Notifications

How to Tame Twitter's Annoying Mobile Notifications | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
You might have noticed more Twitter notifications hitting your phone or tablet than usual. Instead of just getting notified when you're mentioned or retweeted — users are starting to see follower suggestions, ongoing conversations and news alerts.
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When to Watch for Tonight's Lunar Eclipse

When to Watch for Tonight's Lunar Eclipse | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
Tonight the moon will turn red and if you’re in virtually any place in the Western hemisphere –- and you can stay awake — you should be able to see it. This extraordinary celestial show is, in fact, a product of a relatively rare full-lunar eclipse.
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How to generate media coverage - Sydney Morning Herald (blog)

How to generate media coverage - Sydney Morning Herald (blog) | Quite Interesting Stats and Facts | Scoop.it
How to generate media coverage Sydney Morning Herald (blog) An up to date web site they can see what you do easily on – and send the link to the reporters; No more than 3-4 lines what your business does, whose involved, why it's different and what...
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