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Time Spent on Social Networks Increases 82% in 2009

In December 2008, global consumers spent an average of just over three hours on social networks. In December 2009, they were spending over five and a half hours on average. An increase of 82%.

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Data on Household Expenditure Tells a Lot of Stories

I am never to sure about the accuracy of these stats, but they are the best (in terms of quality and breadth) that you are going to get in the UK. You will find it tucked away amongst a sea of other stats in this report from the Office of National Statistics.

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Social Networks and Online Communities More Popular than Email

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Social Media Is Now Mainstream - 25m US Adults Base Purchase Decisions on It

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Content Creation Generation

by: Gary Hayes

Pew Internet & American Life Project have just published (2 Nov) a really interesting research paper called "Teen Content Creators and Consumers" with some great stats for those of us involved in grappling with the trends of user generated content amongst other things.

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TIME Offers Some Fanfic Search Stats

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Neuromarketing Meets Taguchi?

by: Roger Dooley

You never know who you’ll run into at a trade show. I stopped by Ad:Tech Chicago earlier this week, and in the exhibit hall reception spotted Bob Cringely, PC industry pundit extraordinaire.

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