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BizReport : June 26, 2012 Archive

June 26, 2012 Archive

Research | June 26, 2012

SMBs: We're Optimistic

A new survey released today from j2Global finds, if small businesses are the marker, the US economy is actually doing better. The Mid-Year SMB Report Card reports 76% of SMBs are 'optimistic' about their future; under 20% report they're unsure until 'after the November election'. >>

Social Marketing | June 26, 2012

Study: Delight consumers with public customer service responses via social

For those marketers who haven't yet got the message that consumers expect a response from brands to which they complain or compliment via social media, here's another piece of research to further push the message home. >>

Social Marketing | June 26, 2012

Research finds optimal time and day for social media campaign deployment

For social media marketers, Tuesday is the new Friday, according to a new report from Yesmail Interactive that finds many campaigns are being started on the wrong day of the week and even at the wrong time of day. >>

Email Marketing | June 26, 2012

Emails that don't render on mobile are ignored

A new report reveals that, while email open rates continue to increase, click rates are decreasing, because consumers that open email on their mobile devices aren't being presented with mobile-optimized content. >>

Advertising | June 26, 2012

Upstream Commerce, Casale Media, ERPLY releases offer flexibility

Three releases this week into the online ad space will give merchants, publishers and online marketers a bit more flexibility into the online ad space. Here's how: >>

Blogs & Content | June 26, 2012

Nearly 6 hours spent with video content finds Nielsen

For the first time Nielsen is reporting how consumers are engaging with video content on the web; as of May 2012 their research shows more than 160 million unique viewers (US) watched nearly six hours of content. Much of that was entertainment-based, but the number of ad views continues to increase, as well. Where are viewers engaging with ads? >>