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October 2010

Top 10 Network & Cable TV Show Websites – Week Ended 10-16-09

October 31, 2010

Nick’s SpongeBob was the #1 ranked TV show website among broadcast and cable networks.  Comedy Central’s South Park was the #2 most visited site, followed by MTV’s Teen Mom ranking  #3. Moves among the top 25 websites included Cartoon Network’s Tower Prep ranked #13 from #28  Read More »

Email, Company Sites Most Used Marketing Channels

October 29, 2010

Virtually all marketers use email and company websites as marketing channels, according to a recent study from Lyris.  Read More »

Religious Americans Healthier

October 29, 2010

Americans who are the most religious also have the highest levels of wellbeing, according to recent analysis of the Gallup-Healthways Wellbeing Index.  Read More »

2/3 of Adults Will Celebrate Halloween

October 29, 2010

Two-thirds of US adults plan to celebrate Halloween this year, although dressing in costume is not a popular choice, according to results of a new Harris Poll.  Read More »

Top Radio Advertisers Quick Service Restaurant – September 2010

October 29, 2010

Source: MediaGuide  Read More »

‘Behind the Curve:’ Week Ending Oct. 29, 2010

October 29, 2010

Below are some links to recent research news, studies and lists from the collection of items that MarketingCharts didn’t get to writing up this week, but still may be worth a peek:  Read More »

Social Media Doesn’t Make Users Less Social

October 28, 2010

Social media is not making users less social, despite popular contrary opinion, according to a new white paper from ExactTarget and CoTweet.  Read More »

Moms Text at Home, Use Apps Elsewhere

October 28, 2010

A majority of moms who own mobile phones text at home, but use mobile applications outside the home, according to the September 2010 S.M.A.R.T. Report from Millennial Media.  Read More »

Traditional Media Users Skew Older

October 28, 2010

Consumers of traditional media sources such as print and TV tend to be older than online media consumers, according to results of a new 24/7 Wall St./Harris Poll conducted by Harris Interactive.  Read More »

Residential ISP Satisfaction Drops

October 28, 2010

Overall customer satisfaction with residential high-speed Internet service providers has decreased slightly from 2009 due to declines in satisfaction with cost of service and offerings and promotions, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 Internet Service Provider Residential Customer Satisfaction Study.  Read More »