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comprendre l'évolution du droit de la propriété intellectuelle en fonction des usages du numérique
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10 of the latest surprising and revealing studies on social media

10 of the latest surprising and revealing studies on social media | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
I’ve collected 10 of the latest surprising, revealing studies on social media here in this post, with takeaways and insight into social media timing, Instagram sharing, Facebook users, and more.
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The 7 most interesting social media stats and what to learn from them

The 7 most interesting social media stats and what to learn from them | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
Over 1,2 billion people are on Twitter, Facebook and co., say the latest social media stats. Does it matter? The latest social media stats reveal what's going on:

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Victoria Garcia, Serial Entrepreneur's comment, April 13, 2013 1:55 PM
Hey Seth - If you use something like Hootsuite, you can schedule it to go out every day for a week. I've gotten no complaints!
Natalie Gallagher's curator insight, April 13, 2013 1:58 PM

"Did you know that the shelf-life of a link posted on social media is only three hours?"  No, I did not know that.  Wow!  Good to know.

Natalie Gallagher's comment, April 13, 2013 2:00 PM
Yep, me too. Same as Seth. This really has me rethinking it.
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How to gain consumer trust in the post-Snowden world I David Holmes

How to gain consumer trust in the post-Snowden world I David Holmes | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it

'...Even if we’re aware of widespread NSA snooping, shouldn’t we still care at least a little how companies manage and share our data when it comes to marketing?

That’s the main takeaway of a new study by the Boston Consulting Group. The study finds that by getting consumers to trust you, and explaining clearly and preemptively how you will use their public information, customers are five to ten times more likely to provide their data, depending on the country and industry...' 

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