Who doesn’t love the Olympics? There is no other event in the world that brings the best athletes to one place to compete. It is also extremely hard to find another event that generates more online conversation and social media traffic.
The 2012 Olympics are upon us!
From the Indy500 to the Super Bowl, we are committed to fully understanding the digital demand from consumers during specific sporting and entertainment events across the world. It is important to understand how individual are using social media to enhance their Olympics experience whether they are hanging out in London or sitting at home.
Important 2012 Olympic Stats
BBC is expecting 1 Terabit per second of traffic
Most popular Olympic athlete – LeBron James – 4.7 million followers
The US has hosted the Olympics four times
Sawao Kato has 8 Gold Medals and NO Twitter account
Roger Federer is ranked third as the more popular athlete at 5.7 million followers.
With the 2012 presidential election right around the corner, many debates are being sparked about who should be the next president. The opinions of both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are rolling in, and people are speaking up about their concerns about each candidate. This infographic presented by political.com highlights the results of polls conducted on voters feelings about both candidates and the upcoming election.
For many, the decision to attend college is a big one. There are many different reasons why people choose to go to college, but the biggest one is definitely to better their chances of finding a decent job. The job market is still recovering from the recession and people are beginning to wonder if a college degree is even worth it anymore. Check out this infographic presented by Degree Jungle to find out more.
Is College Still Worth It – An infographic by DegreeJungle.com
Ever wondered about couponing? If you’re like many people, you may have thought about starting it up as a hobby and / or way to save money but were intimidated on how to begin. Have no fear – a handy infographic is here with some simple steps on how to join the ranks of other couponers.
courtesy of Mymommyrewards.com
Did you know that Facebook is the number one searched website on mobile devices? In fact, consumers use their mobile phone more often for searching the web than their personal desktop computers. The average response time for desktop search is one week and only one hour for mobile devices.
Facebook is the king of mobile searching with 2500 adaptations of the word “Facebook” during these searches. For every 100 searches for Facebook there are only 2.52 searches for the other popular social networking website, Twitter.
On average, people are using their mobile devices near the time they go to bed as opposed to the morning hours. In a 24 hour period of time, mobile usage rises and desktop drops near the PM. Mobile internet usages are gradually rising and desktop searches are steadily decreasing.
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Having a difficult time finding a new church to be involved with? Your ideal church is just a click away with the convenience of the world wide web. The internet can assist in pretty much anything you need to know; the location and services at your local church being one of them.
Utilizing the internet can send you to the new church that you’ve been in search of. After visiting your new church of choice, you may be asked to fill out a visitor card. These cards are used to keep you in constant contact with all the church’s upcoming events and will also be used to add you into their church database. Following up after your first visit will be within 24-48 for the best results.
Whether it’s a small group at your church that you’re interested in, a newcomer class, or volunteer opportunities; the internet is ideal in assisting with all your needs.
Using Church Management Software to Engage New Members [Infographic]
Compliments of ChurchCentral.com
Looking for a new dryer, a Mexican restaurant in your town, or a new pair of shoes? The first thing you do is jump on google to find just what you’re looking for. Pay per click ads are quickly taking over google’s search engine results. Nobody clicks on the google ads, right? Wrong. There are only 35.4% of clicks are from organic unpaid results.
On average, the top 3 spots take 41.1% of clicks on a google search. This meaning, more pay per clicks are being used versus organic listing. Total click through rates for google ads on high commercial intent queries are up to 600 times higher than the click through rate for ads on a typical facebook page.
So in the end, who is winning this digital war of pay per click advertising and organic search (SEO)? It has yet to be determined, but the powers are in fact shifting. While pay per click advertising is near domination of search results for commercial keyword searches, SEO is still incredibly dominant for low-value informational keyword searches.
Staying Connected to your Global Network [INTERACTIVE]
Residents of the U.S. are connected by more than telephones. You don’t rack up nearly 100 billion minutes of phone minutes to strangers. From overseas business contacts to family and friends, there’s a global network that grows stronger with each international phone call, and with each first visit.
Brought to you by: HCCMIS
You don’t guess things are OK. You don’t assume someone else took care of that. You don’t hope things will work out. Adventure travel isn’t for slackers when it comes to details that count. Knowing that your planning was precise before the big trip is as important as knowing your limitations when you engage your passions
Tablets have become the new “it” thing in the mobile device world. Because they are growing in popularity, more and more businesses are using them. Check out this infographic presented by Click Software to learn more about the rise in tablet use and app development.