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Stat’s just the way it is. Some things will never change.
Welcome to the weekly round-up of all the best internet statistics and data analysis from around the digital marketing and ecommerce world (and slightly beyond).
Although the stats may change, our determination to bring you the very best insight will remain forever undaunted.
Like a stat out of hell I’ll be gone when the morning comes.
Just like Meat Loaf wailed in his popular hard rock anthem all the best internet stats arrive with the sirens screaming and the fires howling, but sooner than you can say “hmm that is an interesting stat” it has already hit the highway like a battering ram on a silver-black phantom bike.
But don’t be sad, two out of three stats aren’t bad.
Well I guess stats why they call it the blues.
And you can beat those January blues with our first digital marketing stats round-up of the new year. Filled to the brim with the very best data analysis on online marketing and ecommerce this week.
Then maybe afterwards we can find out exactly where the brim of the internet really is.
I want it stat way!
This is the last online marketing stats round-up before Christmas, a time when we can all down our data-vizs, forget all about data and remember we had a family.
And by golly I’ll be wringing as much entertainment as I possibly can from this latest collection of up-to-date internet stats and data sent to us from researchers, analysts and statisticians across the digital marketing realm.
As we barrel towards the end of 2014, let’s round-up how all the major players in the social web currently stand.
Has the mighty Facebook finally been usurped by a hipper, younger network? Has Snapchat brought a rain of fire down on its instant messaging competition? Has Ello caused enough of a stir to worry the more marketing filled platforms?
When was the last time someone added you to their Google+ circles?
Let’s see if we can answer at least three of these questions…
Stats life! That’s what all the people say.
By people, I almost exclusively mean researchers, analysts and statisticians. Not that they’re not people of course. Perhaps I should start again...
Stats the way I like it.
There’s been a shift in command here at stats HQ, which has left this guy (lifts hand from keyboard briefly to point at self) in charge.
So from now on you’ll be seeing a few changes around here. Number one: more terrible puns.
And that’s about it. Wouldn’t want to rock the boat too much. Now on with the statalaunch!
Dinosaurs not included.
Here are the most interesting digital and marketing stats we've seen this week. This week's crop takes in budget supermarkets, YouTube, retargeting, McDonald's and, of course, social media.
As always, if you want more extensive research and up to date stats, see the Internet Statistics Compenium.
The stats we've seen this week continue a trend for the past year.
There's lots about advertising, lots about mobile and plenty about where the two collide. Other highlights include the dreaded 'millenials' and their economic outlook and some interesting insight into the state of mobile in MENA specifically.
As always, if these stats don't sate your hunger, head on over to the insights and data in our Internet Statistics Compendium
How many three to four year olds own a tablet?
Read on to find out, along with other stats on party political conference buzz, digital ad spend, B2B procurement habits and much more.
For more online marketing statistical insight, download the Econsultancy Internet Statistics Compendium.