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Press Release Feb. 1, 2008 | Share

comScore Releases Rankings of Top U.S. Internet Properties Based on Number of Display Ads Delivered

RESTON, VA, February 1, 2008 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released rankings of the top U.S. Internet properties based on the number of display ad impressions delivered. Display ads are defined as any rich media or static images that are served and loaded into a Web browser, but do not include video streams, text or paid search ad impressions.... Read more

Blog Jan. 31, 2008 | Share

The Davos Question

While I attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, representing comScore as a 2007 Technology Pioneer, the following question was posed to the attendees: “What can countries do to improve the world?” Read more

Blog Jan. 30, 2008 | Share

My Impressions of Davos

I’ve just returned from the World Economic Conference (“WEF”) in Davos, Switzerland, where the world’s leaders gather to discuss important issues, and to draw attention to, and devise solutions for, the world’s most pressing problems. For five days, from early morning to very late in the night, people gather in formal and informal sessions... Read more

Blog Jan. 29, 2008 | Share

The Economic, Anti-American Mood at Davos

Last year, comScore was honored by being named a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum (“WEF”) and I was invited to attend the annual WEF meeting in Davos, Switzerland. I just returned from my second trip to Davos and wanted to share some observations with you. Read more

Blog Jan. 25, 2008 | Share

Interview with Surinder Siama of ResearchTalk Podcasts

I was recently interviewed by Surinder Siama of ResearchTalk Podcasts about current trends in Internet market research, and thought I’d share the video with you below. Much of our discussion focuses on a recent study that comScore conducted with P&G, Yahoo! and SEMPO that explored the potential for the CPG industry to invest in, and benefit from,... Read more

Blog Jan. 22, 2008 | Share

The Universal Search Revolution

The topic du jour for Search in 2007 was clearly universal search: the inclusion of different types of search results such as news stories, maps, local information, images and video alongside the web search results you are used to seeing. We recently discussed the implications of universal search – AKA “mash-up” or “blended” search –... Read more

Blog Jan. 18, 2008 | Share

Coming Soon: TV! As Seen on the Internet

Over the holidays, everyone (by which I mean, my wife's family) was asking me, "What exciting new developments can we expect to see in online metrics in 2008?" From my perspective, I do see something important bubbling up on the Internet, something that is going to affect online metrics because existing metrics are insufficient to measure... Read more

Press Release Jan. 15, 2008 | Share

M:Metrics Reports Growth In Mobile Music Adoption

SEATTLE, Wash January 15, 2008 — The rise in music phones has spurred adoption of mobile music consumption across the United States and Western Europe, reports M:Metrics, the mobile media authority. The firm reports that sideloading accounts for 83 percent of mobile music usage across France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United... Read more

Blog Jan. 11, 2008 | Share

2007 Holiday Shopping Season: Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty?

Now that the 2007 holiday shopping season has finally come to a close, it’s worth taking a look back at what transpired. Depending on how you look at it, there’s a strong argument to be made that the glass was both half-full and half-empty. Read more

Press Release Dec. 30, 2007 | Share

Online Holiday Spending Through December 27 Nears $28 Billion, Up 19 Percent Versus Year Ago

RESTON, VA, December 30, 2007 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released an update of holiday season e-commerce spending for the first 57 days of the 2007 holiday season (November 1 – December 27). Nearly $28 billion has been spent online during the season-to-date, marking a 19-percent gain versus the corresponding days last year. Read more