Sixty percent of all social media time is spent on mobile devices.
Sixty-one percent of Americans watched an average of 397 online videos in January, and 36 percent of those videos were ads.
Twitter’s CEO says the user experience needs to improve. YouTube to audit for fake video views. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
Groupon, Zynga and Pandora a much bigger portion of their traffic from mobile users than any of the other top 50 digital properties, according to comScore’s first tally of Internet traffic across Web and mobile apps, released today.
If you’ve been feeling inundated with ads when watching online videos there’s a good reason for it. According to comScore stats, we’re being exposed to a whopping 67.5 percent more online video ads than we were a year ago.
Pinterest has just secured $200 million in funding, more than double what it brought in from the Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten in its well-publicized round last year, the company said.
Pinterest is in the midst of a fund raising round that puts the company’s total value between $2 and $2.5 million, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
With Facebook’s launch earlier today of a social search feature, the company indicated that it increasingly sees Google as a competitor and won’t sit idly by while Google pushes into social networking.
comScore has released their October 2012 U.S. Online Video Rankings and they reveal an unsettling trend—unless of course you love watching online video ads. It looks like last month Americans watched less online videos than they did in September, but they were exposed to a heck of a lot more video ads.
ComScore released the list of the 50 most-trafficked U.S.-owned Web properties today, and Pinterest just made the cut. It’s the first time the upstart social network has made the list, but MySpace still came out ahead, securing the 47th spot.