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BizReport : September 21, 2012 Archive

September 21, 2012 Archive

Mobile Marketing | September 21, 2012

QR code scanning rises 218% in Spain

Across Europe, as smartphone adoption increases, more consumers than ever are using their mobile devices to interact with QR Codes, according to recent figures from comScore. >>

Mobile Marketing | September 21, 2012

Record high in U.S. mobile app downloads

Research conducted by Frank N. Magid and Associates for the Application Developers Alliance reveals a record high in mobile app downloads in the U.S. >>

Ecommerce | September 21, 2012

yStats: Half of physical stores in UK to close by 2020

As the number of Internet users in the UK continues to grow, so does the number of people shopping online. According to new figures released by Germany-based market researchers yStats, online and mobile shopping channels could force the closure of many physical stores. >>

Blogs & Content | September 21, 2012

Survey: 65% of Americans reading news online

A new survey out from Pan Communications shows just how important the online space is for businesses. According to the report 65% consume online through news sites, another 21% through Twitter, and interestingly social sites are beginning to account for more content consumption. >>



Advertising | September 21, 2012

Brands: How TV continues impacting digital

Television may not have the cache or measurement it once did, but don't knock television off your radar, brands. According to new data out from Convertro television continues impacting not only traffic to branded and non-branded sites, but it is also pushing up clicks - and thereby revenue. >>

Research | September 21, 2012

Surveys: SMBs looking Republican, most voters looking mobile

The 2012 Election cycle isn't just making headlines because of the debates between the Republican and Democratic tickets. It's making headlines because of the way the general public is engaging and passing on issue information. One of the biggest changes to election year's past: the mobile connection. Nearly half of those polled in one survey reported getting most of their election data from mobile outlets. >>