Top digital marketing data and statistics this week

30/01/2014

Here are the top digital marketing data and statistics that caught our eye.

Internet ad spend up 32% globally- TV up just 4%

Internet, outdoor and television advertising saw the greatest increases in spend throughout the first three quarters of 2013, while TV rose just 4%, according to new global figures.

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Fastest growing global social networks: Instagram and Reddit lead the way

Instagram is growing the fastest of all social media sites worldwide, followed by Reddit, while Facebook’s global audience fell 3% in 2013, according to new data.

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Global design trends for 2014 (Infographic)

From responsive design to flat metro tiles, digital design has adapted to changing technology, linking usability and form in new ways. In this new infographic, Shutterstock unveils popular and emerging visual trends from around the world.

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Global smartphone sales surpass one billion- Samsung leads the way

More than one billion smartphones were shipped last year, with Samsung increasing its lead as the world's biggest vendor, according to new data.

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UK tech sector sees ‘best growth for almost a decade’

The UK tech sector shifted up another gear during the fourth quarter of 2013, with strong inflows of new work driving the steepest expansion of business activity for almost a decade, according to the latest KPMG/Markit Tech Monitor UK report.

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The 4 types of social consumer: Marketers missing trick with social CRM (infographic)

Despite the growing investment in social media as a customer relationship management platform (CRM), just 24% of UK consumers believe that companies take notice of their views, according to a new survey identifying 4 types of customers online.

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Customer satisfaction gap between mobile and desktop retail sites widens

Marks & Spencer and Tesco have ranked best for customer satisfaction on their mobile sites, but may retailers still lag behind on their mobile sites, according to a new survey.

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