This chart illustrates the adoption of social media channels by U.S. ad agencies. 82.4 percent of the responding agencies were using Facebook for client campaigns in Q3 2012, making it the must-have social media platform for marketers.
This chart shows a forecast of digital media usage in the United States in 2013.
This chart shows Google's advertising revenue since 2004 compared to print ad revenues of U.S. newspapers and magazines.
This chart shows the degree to which the pre-election coverage/discussion of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in traditional and social media has been positive or negative.
This chart provides a nice overview of the international availability of digital content offerings of Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
This chart shows key metrics of social media channels as a source of e-commerce traffic. The averages are based on data from 689 million shopping sessions that took place in the United States between January and August 2012.
The Chart shows the worldwide IT Spending since 1999.
This chart shows the number of digital TV subscriptions across the globe in 2011 and a forecast for 2016.
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