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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Joanna Geary tagged statistics

"Social Networking experienced the strongest growth in app access, increasing 240 percent to 14.5 million users. Accessing News apps followed, growing 124 percent to 9.3 million users, while Sports Information apps experienced a 113-percent surge to nearly 7.7 million users."

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"Schooloscope is still a work in progress. So far, we only have information about state schools in England, but we hope to add more soon."

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"As you can see, men tend to focus on the youngest women in their already skewed preference pool, and, what's more, they spend a significant amount of energy pursuing women even younger than their stated minimum. "

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"An experiment in sharing and visualising my television-watching habits. by Dale Lane "

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"After dissecting over 3,000 tweets from more than 350 TwitterTwitterTwitter users’ status updates the professors concluded that 80% of users are “meformers,” or “Me Now” status updaters." <--- I am surprised "Questions to Followers" wasn't a bigger category.

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"Many of the sites in these exchanges use multiple layers of I-frames, which further complicated efforts to track campaigns. Sites are able to hide fraudulent traffic behind numerous layers of nested I-frames, leaving advertisers blind to in-view data, according to the study. "

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"It's worth noting that -- with the exception of newspapers -- the percentage share of most traditional media in overall spending has remained roughly the same..."

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"...Chinn said that numbers alone (straight tallies, such as unique visitors or time spent on site) are not very useful for measuring engagement." <--- Couldn't agree more and one of the reasons I think ABCes tell you very little that is useful about your readership.

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