ComScore released its monthly analysis of web activity for March today which found that Yahoo is edging in on Google in terms of traffic and that Spring fever also extends to the digital world.
ComScore’s massive report also includes data on the top web properties, the battle for search dominance between Google and Bing, and smartphone market share, among other things.
Online commerce continues to gain share from physical store sales.
iPhone 5, plus market share losses from Android makers, pushes Apple to the No. 2 spot.
Online retail spending in the U.S. during the third quarter of 2012 came in at $41.9 billion, a new record for the three months leading into the e-holiday shopping bonanza and a positive sign of things to come.
TV is moving to the web, and no company is benefitting more from that than Google. It’s really not a competition.
Twitter has a serious challenger in photo-sharing phenom Instagram, which won the all-important race for mobile attention in August.
ComScore released its July 2012 online video rankings for the U.S., and the news is that there is no contest. Google (read YouTube) is number one, and you’ve got to look a long way down the graph for numbers two, three, and four.
Beyond that, Facebook is now number two, and Hulu is quite obviously Queen of Ads.
While iPad owners are rich and young, Kindle Fire users have an eye on the price tag, says the latest report from analytics company comScore.
ComScore just released its June 2012 U.S. mobile report, and the results were mostly predictable.
ComScore released a new study with Facebook today explaining “how social marketing works.” If that sounds to suspicious minds like the fox explaining how to guard the chickens, that’s because it pretty much is. However, the study does contain a huge amount of useful information for social marketers.
Mobile shopping options and free shipping offers made buying goods online too convenient to pass up last year.
Mobile content usage spanning everything from downloading apps to browser and social network usage continues to escalate, but nothing is taking off quite like texting.
“Facebook makes our life so much better,” Buddy Media CEO Michael Lazerow said at the Digital Life Design conference in Munich today.
There are 91.4 million people in the United States who use smartphones, according to a new report by comScore, but how are they using their phones? Texting, app usage and listening to music top the charts.
Online holiday shopping for 2011 finished at an all-time high of $35.3 billion, up 15 percent from last year’s sales figures.
The U.S. saw its heaviest week in online shopping ever, with consumers spending $6.3 billion in the week ended Dec. 18, up 14 percent from a year ago.
Over $10 million will be intercepted by cyber criminals this holiday season, as consumers turn toward the Internet for their presents.
U.S. online holiday spending is holding strong, with e-commerce sales reaching $25 billion, up 15 percent from a year ago.
Apache Hadoop-focused management service Cloudera has considerably updated its Cloudera Enterprise software and will begin offering a free version of Cloudera Manager that startups can use, the company announced this morning.
U.S. online holiday spending hit $19.6 billion in the first 34 days of the November-December shopping season, up 15 percent from a year ago.
Mobile purchases just won’t quit. People are trusting their smartphones more every day and are buying their goods from an unexpected place: their home.
U.S. shoppers are spending a lot of money after a record-setting Cyber Monday, according to data from the first week of sales after the season kick-off.
This year’s Cyber Monday was the biggest day in online spending ever, with $1.25 billion spent at online retailers, up 22 percent from a year ago.
When it comes to made-up online shopping holidays, Cyber Monday is still expected to be the reigning champion this year.
Black Friday electronic commerce sales were $816 million, up 26 percent from a year ago, according to comScore.
Thousands of people are taking to the streets to protest the sad state of the economy, but online, it appears that business is booming.
A handful of articles this morning argued against the validity of a recently released DoubleClick AdPlanner report showing Facebook reached a trillion page views in June. Both CNN and TG Daily cite contrary data obtained by digital measurement firm comScore, which claims Facebook only reached 467 billion page views that month.
Of the 14 million mobile phone users who scanned QR codes in June 2011, a full 60 percent were male.
Google+, the new social network from Google, is growing at a gargantuan pace. The social destination has now hit 25 million unique visitors, reaching that milestone faster than Facebook, Twitter or other social networks, according to new comScore data.