Category Archives: internet research

Adobe Systems releases digital marketing survey

Adobe Systems has just released a new study, “Digital Marketing in the Next Decade.” The entire report is 101 pages. If you’d prefer not to read the entire study, Media Post Publications has an excellent summary. I did find a … Continue reading

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Research: most internet users over 45 feel web advertising and content not relevant

America is growing older, but are web designers, content providers, and advertisers paying attention? A recent BurstMedia survey of more than 13,000 web users 18 years and older found that online content providers are not meeting the needs of all … Continue reading

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The top-20 websites visited by Columbus web users

I’ve been curious to know – what websites are visited most by Columbus area web users? A quick check of the The Media Audit revealed the top 20 websites: 66.3% – Google.com 59.3% – Yahoo.com 36.7% – Weather.com 30.1% – … Continue reading

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One Hundred Million Websites?

Netcraft, which tracks Internet hosting and related services, is now reporting there are more than 100 million websites for the first time. No wonder so many sites can’t be easily found using a search engine! This is why search engine … Continue reading

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Study: Web an Integral Part of Making Life Decisions

In the past two years, about 45 percent of U.S. internet users – nearly 60 million people – have used the web to get help in making major life decisions, such as finding a college for children or looking for … Continue reading

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Study: Search Queries Soar in March, Google Still Tops

Google is still tops in search, according to the comScore Networks’ March qSearch analysis of search activity, reports DM News. Yahoo remained in second place and MSN stayed third. Click here to read the comScore press release.

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Study: Blogosphere 60 Times Larger than Three Years Ago

This should come as no surprise at all: The blogosphere is doubling in size every six months and is now 60 times larger than it was three years ago, according to the latest update of David Sifry’s quarterly “State of … Continue reading

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Study: Men And Women Use News Media Differently To Manage Anger

Since I am a life member of the Ohio Alumni Association, I found this study from OSU interesting. The study concluded that men and women sometimes rely on media to help regulate their moods, and that they – surprise – … Continue reading

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