Even though online advertising takes up an increasingly large chunk of global advertising spending, it still lags behind traditional media in one key aspect: consumer trust.
This chart shows the percentage of traffic on American news websites that comes from social media sites.
This chart shows which news sources people from five different international markets consider the most important one to them personally.
This chart shows the median view across EU nations on the world's leading economic power.
This chart shows how many times brands' tweets are retweeted on average on different days of the week.
This chart shows the reach of social networks among Americans aged 18 to 29 years.
This chart shows how long Americans are using Facebook and Twitter on different platforms.
Facebook is no longer the most popular social network among American teens. According to Piper Jaffray's biannual survey among thousands of American teens, the world's largest social network has been replaced by Twitter as U.S. teenagers' favorite social platform.
This charts illustrates how much time on average Americans spend with different online activities each day.
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