All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘statistics’

Wolfram Alpha Hints ‘Biggest Change Ever’ Coming To Site

If you’ve ever needing to do some quick math and didn’t have a calculator handy, Wolfram Alpha was there. If you ever need to know about Na22 isotope in a hurry, Wolfram Alpha was there. If your dire need to know how the population of Bolivia compares to the population of New York State, Wolfram Alpha was there. In other …

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Kickstarter Celebrates Birthday, Releases Stats

Kickstarter defines themselves as “the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world.”  Today, the site turns two and is releasing some stats on their success. The rules for Kickstarter are simple.  Projects are be submitted through the service for funding.  The funding is raised by ordinary people, all across the world.  Say you want to make open source …

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Google Introduces Internet Stats (Again)

In September Google introduced a new site where users can find Internet statistics from various sources. It’s called Google Internet Stats. It appears that either Google forgot or is pretending it didn’t happen, because today they have a new post up introducing it again.

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Google Collects Industry Research on New Site

Google recently launched a new Internet statistics site, called simply "Google Internet Stats." The site provides industry data from third-party sources for use in research.

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Writing For Conversions – Testing New Content

Our exploration of utilizing content to increase conversion rates began with analyzing statistics to uncover opportunities for improvement, followed by how to create and implement good content to compel visitors to take action. The natural next step is testing.

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Internet Demographics

People interested in social media marketing often ask me how age impacts Internet usage, and there’s clear drop off in usage as people age. Now, new data from Pew Internet & American Life Project and eMarketer shows this drop off clearly.

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Statistics For Online Video Viewing

134 million people in the us went online to watch an astounding average of 81 videos for a total of 11 billion videos in April, the latest figures released by comScore.

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AOL Experiences Interesting January Growth

Companies are always trying to pass off deceiving statements or misleading data, and we pride ourselves on being suspicious types.  January AOL numbers have been presented by Frank Gruber, however, and they look pretty good in terms of both believability and AOL’s performance.

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Global Internet usage tops 1.3 billion

Once upon a time, few outside of the scientific community knew of the World Wide Web, not to mention email or newsgroups. Internet usage continues to rise dramatically since the advent of the Web.

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