comScore released its monthly ranking of U.S. desktop web activity at the top online properties for June 2014 based on data from the comScore Media Metrix® service. Google Sites ranked as the top property on desktop with 189.7 million unique visitors, while AddThis topped the Ad Focus ranking with a U.S. internet reach of 97.3 percent.
An infographic, based on a survey conducted in Q1 among more than 250 Style Coalition network members, showcases the scale these influencers had to achieve to become attractive for brand collaborations, the amount of effort that goes into maintaining their audience and finally, the revenue opportunity in the space.
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in June with 67.6 percent market share, followed by Microsoft Sites with 19.2 percent (up 0.4 percentage points) and Yahoo Sites with 9.8 percent. Ask Network accounted for 2.1 percent of explicit core searches, followed by AOL, Inc. with 1.3 percent.
Nearly 9 in 10 (89 percent) couples download wedding planning apps to their mobile phones, up from 61 percent in 2012. To stay on top of their to-do lists, one in five couples (19 percent) download mobile checklist apps and 15 percent use organizational apps. Thirteen percent of couples keep their finances top of mind with budgeting apps, and 12 percent anticipate the day with a countdown app.
With Steve Balmer gone, it was bound to happen.
Microsoft Corp. today announced a restructuring plan to simplify its operations and align the recently acquired Nokia Devices and Services business with the company's overall strategy.
Syncfusion, Inc. a developer solutions company, today announced the release of Essential Studio Enterprise Edition 2014, Volume 2, its second major release of the year. The release includes several key updates, including a new set of ASP.NET controls...
When you think of your B2B site who is your end user? Who are you selling to? It's not the mom and pop across the street who is using Amazon.com to buy shampoo, a stereo, or a book. In most cases with B2B it's another company who is using your products to build their products, or maybe distribute your products to the ultimate end user.