Nielsen State of the Media: The Social Media Report 2012

Social media is coming of age. Since the emergence of the first social media networks some two decades ago, social media has continued to evolve and offer consumers around the world new and meaningful ways to engage with the people, events and brands that matter to them. Now, years later, social media is still growing …

Nielsen: Your kid wants an iOS device for Christmas, don’t mess it up!

When it comes to devices, kids’ holiday wish lists are simple this year. The most-wanted gifts are predominantly from one company—Apple.  According to a recent Nielsen study, Apple’s popularity leading up to the holiday season continues a trend seen over the last couple of years, with American kids aged 6-12 generally more interested in the …

Trust in Advertising: Owned, Earned and (social) Paid

In a recent Nielsen global study, all forms of paid advertising—TV, print, digital, radio—showed a gap in the “trust factor,” with a majority of respondents reporting that they don’t trust each type much or at all. Conversely, and not surprisingly, “recommendations from people I know” scored highest on trust, with 92 percent of consumers trusting …

Italy Fastest Growing EU5 Online Video Market

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released a study from the comScore Video Metrix service, indicating that 24 million Italians watched an average of 144 videos in May 2012. The Italian online video audience grew by 27 percent over the past year, making it the fastest growing online video market in …

Italian Digital Marketing Trends 2012

MagNews ha pubblicato la ricerca completa Digital Marketing Trends 2012. La ricerca realizzata con Nielsen fa seguito al rapporto Email Marketing Trends 2011 mirando a indagare i comportamenti e le percezioni relative all’utilizzo dell’email privata e aziendale da parte degli utenti internet italiani. Tra i dati che emergono, l’analisi 2012 conferma alcuni key finding emersi anche lo …

Nielsen: Europeans Are More Responsive To Mobile Ads Than U.S. Counterparts

Via Scoop.it - Digital MediaAccording to some new figures from Nielsen comparing consumer actions in the four countries, the U.S. scored almost consistently lower than the other three across different advertising-led actions on smartphone and tablet devices.Via techcrunch.com