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Local News Readers Share More Stories on Social Media [STUDY]

Local News Readers Share More Stories on Social Media [STUDY]

People who prefer and read local news media are more likely to share that content on social media sites than those who consume their news from national sources, reveals a new study.

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79% of Smartphone Owning Moms Use Social Media Daily [STUDY]

79% of Smartphone Owning Moms Use Social Media Daily [STUDY]

Almost eight in 10 smartphone owning mothers (or expectant moms) in the United States access social media sites at least once daily on their devices, reveals a new study.

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Time Spent in Social Media Apps Rises 49% After Strong ‘Snacking’ Behaviour [STUDY]

Time Spent in Social Media Apps Rises 49% After Strong 'Snacking' Behaviour [STUDY]

Do you find yourself using social media apps such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat more today than you were a year ago?

You’re not alone. New data from Localytics reveals that time spend in social networking apps has risen by 49 percent year-on-year, largely due to very strong “snacking” like behaviour.

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92% of Marketers Say Social Media is Important for Their Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

92% of Marketers Say Social Media is Important For Their Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

More than nine in 10 marketers say that social media is important for their business, with 97 percent using some form of social media marketing in their strategy, reveals a new study.

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The Majority of all Social Media Users are From Outside the United States [STUDY]

77% of Twitter Users Are From Outside the U.S. [STUDY]

Almost nine in 10 of Twitter’s active users are located outside the United States, reports GlobalWebIndex.

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79% of Marketers Say Social Media is the Most Effective Channel for B2B [STUDY]

79% of Marketers Say Social Media is the Most Effective Channel for B2B [STUDY]

Almost four in five marketers believe that social media is the most effective channel for business to business brands, reveals a new study.

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81.9% of Social Shares Happen on Facebook (Twitter: 8.6%, Pinterest: 3%) [STUDY]

81.9% of Social Shares Happen on Facebook (Twitter: 8.6%, Pinterest: 3%) [STUDY]

More than eight in 10 of all social media shares take place on Facebook, reveals a new study, almost 10 times as many as that of its nearest rival: Twitter.

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Four in Five Marketers Promote Content via Social Media [STUDY]

Four in Five Marketers Promote Content via Social Media [STUDY]

80 percent of U.S. marketing professionals use social media to promote their content, reveals a new study.

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33% Comment on Facebook or Twitter About What They’re Watching on TV in the UK [STUDY]

33% Comment on Facebook or Twitter About What They're Watching on TV in the UK [STUDY]

A survey of 11,000 people in the United Kingdom has found that one third (33 percent) comment on Facebook or Twitter about what they’re watching on television during the show.

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70% of College Students Post to Snapchat Daily (Twitter: 46%, Facebook: 11%) [STUDY]

70% of College Students Post to Snapchat Daily (Twitter: 46%, Facebook: 11%) [STUDY]

Remember when everyone thought Snapchat was just a novelty app? Something trivial, used by kids? How we all rolled our eyes when Snapchat had the audacity to turn down a $3 billion buyout from Facebook?

And do you also remember, earlier this month, when we told you that Snapchat is now more popular than Twitter amongst 18-34 year-olds? Well, a new study has revealed that 70 percent of U.S. college students now post to Snapchat daily, compared to just 11 percent who do the same on Facebook.

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