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10 digital marketing stats we've digested this week

The stats we've got this week range from the sublime to the ridiculous.

From Twitter mentions of abbreviated phrases (FML, LMAO etc.) to declining retail spend in food. In there, too, is some interesting data about mobile spend in China and the state of SEO.

As usual, for many more stats, download our Internet Statistics Compendium...

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Banners, buttons and text links: an experiment in conversion

Much is written about conversions from various types of page real estate, but few share that data.

Working with the team at Live Casino we have spent the past 12 months looking at how different call to actions affect click through and uncovered some interesting findings around changing behaviours in how we react.

Is click-through banner advertising on the decline? Is a button better than a text link? All of this and more is answered below.

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Q&A: Jon Mew on the IAB's mobile advertising study

The IAB released its first mobile ad spend study this week, which shows that the UK market grew by 99.2% year on year, and was worth a total of £28.6m in 2008.

I've been talking to the IAB's head of mobile Jon Mew about the mobile advertising survey...

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