Twitter Engagement Rates: Which Post Times Are Best?

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This study breaks down Twitter engagement rates by day-part, day of the week, and month.
Continue reading » | September 30, 2014

Most Influential Company Communications Surrounding Positive Societal Impact

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How can companies best emphasize their positive societal impact?
Continue reading » | October 1, 2014

How Consumers Form Their Impressions of Companies

SNCR-How-Consumers-For-Impressions-Companies-Sept2014The quality of a company's products and services is by far the most important factor for consumers when they form their impressions about a company, finds a recent study by Vanessa DiMauro and Don Bulmer in conjunction with The Society For New Communications Research. While quality is also the top factor that builds consumer loyalty and influences their purchase decisions, price and customer service switch roles depending on the consumer motivation in question.
Continue reading » | September 30, 2014

Instagram Use Remains Heavily Concentrated Among Youth

GWI-Age-Distribution-Active-Instagram-Users-Sept2014Source: GlobalWebIndex (GWI)
    Notes: 1 in 5 internet users around the world aged 16-64 have an Instagram account as of Q2 2014, says GWI, up from 15% in the year-earlier period. Among active Instagram users in that age range, 41% share are in the 16-24 bracket and another 35% share are in the 25-34 demo, per the study. Previous research has found a similar skew towards young adults in the US, although the age distribution tends to be slightly older among its tablet users.
      Related: [Cheat Sheet] Brand Post Engagement on Instagram
      Continue reading » | September 30, 2014

      Digital Circulars Said Top Ad Channel Influencing Parents’ In-Store CPG Decisions

      GODigital-Ads-and-Parents-In-Store-CPG-Decisions-Sept2014Source: G/O Digital [download page]
        Notes: Digital circulars have more of an influence on parents' in-store food and beverage product decisions than a variety of other advertising types including newspaper ads, PPC, direct mail, and TV, finds G/O Digital in its latest study. Separately, the survey reveals that that parents want the ability to clip and add deals (like coupons) digitally to their loyalty cards, and that a majority of mothers (79%) and fathers (60%) are more likely to purchase a food or beverage item at their local supermarket when a digital circular provides deals/offers that are locally relevant and personalized.
        Continue reading » | September 30, 2014

        Why Do Consumers Open Emails From Brands?

        Email-Debrief-Entry-ChartEmail is a powerful form of brand communication and a key purchase influencer. But despite its effectiveness as a digital marketing tactic, many marketers struggle with low subscriber engagement rates, and only half of anĀ average email list is active. So how can email marketers take the first step to conquering the inbox by driving more opens? A new MarketingCharts Debrief, "Why Consumers Open Brand Emails," provides insights.
        Continue reading » | September 29, 2014

        Netflix Streaming Hours Up, But Users Report No Impact on Regular TV

        TDG-Global-Netflix-Hours-Per-Month-Per-Subscriber-Sept2014US Netflix subscribers' total streaming hours have almost tripled from 1.8 billion in Q4 2011 to 5.1 billion in Q2 2014, reports The Diffusion Group (TDG), and per-subscriber streaming internationally has increased from 28.3 to an estimated 46.6 hours per month. But while the typical Netflix user might be streaming for one-and-a-half hours per day, American users surveyed by GfK say their consumption of regular TV is unaffected.
        Continue reading » | September 29, 2014

        How Consumers Respond to Irrelevant Brand Communications

        Gigya-Consumer-Response-Irrelevant-Brand-Communications-Sept2014Source: Gigya
          Notes: Two-thirds of survey respondents (aged 18-55) said they have at some point unsubscribed from a company's email list after it sent them irrelevant information or products, the leading response among those identified. A significant proportion of consumers also claim to have ignored future communications from a company (43%) or stopped visiting a company's website or mobile app (32%) on the basis of having received irrelevant communication.
          Continue reading » | September 29, 2014

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