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Draw Something Sees Steep Decline in Popularity Draw Something Sees Steep Decline in Popularity

While the sudden smash hit Draw Something saw massive downloads over the past couple of months, studies show that is not exactly translating into active users. According to App Data, daily active users have been in sharp decline since the …

Interest For Smartphones Continues To Grow

In their latest article, eMarketer highlights the growing interest of people to purchase smartphone. According to ChangeWave Research, and Nielsen expects smartphones to be in the hands of 50% of US mobile users by the end of Q3 2011

October Marked First Decline For Twitter Visitors In A Year

Before you read any further just lean back and take a deep breath. You are about to enter the “Research Zone”. You know the place well. It’s where we give you shocking numbers that someone has come up with using their “methodology” and it is then used to create shocking headlines around the Internet for your reading enjoyment. It’s almost like having an informant who whispers something in your ear then you get to blab it all over the place and set the masses running.

Quarterly Ad Revenues Drop 5%, Minor Setback Or A Sign Of Doom?

While other advertising verticals saw recent declines in growth, it seemed as if internet advertising would continue to be invincible. Well, it looks like the kryptonite just caught up with our Superman.

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers just released new U.S. quarterly numbers showing a 5% decline compared to the same period in 2008.

Profit Per Employee Stats For Major Players

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Twitter Traffic Increased 947% In 2008 (UK)

Many companies still see Twitter is a waste of time.

However the general public does not – they are flocking to use the site.  Traffic to  Twitter has increased ten-fold (947%) from January 2008 to mid-January 2009, making it one of the fastest-growing websites of the year, according to Hitwise UK.