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Blog Oct. 21, 2014 | Share

How to Avoid the Creep Factor with IoT Technology?

How to Avoid the Creep Factor with IoT Technology

Last week comScore attended the Digital Analytics Association (DAA) Seattle Symposium hosted at the Microsoft Conference Center in Seattle, WA. The event included frequently visited topics such as location analytics, market research methodologies, and digital campaign test and target strategies. But one of the most spirited debates came during the Internet... Read more

Blog Oct. 17, 2014 | Share

Data snacks on the FIFA World Cup 2014

Data snacks on the FIFA World Cup 2014

Learn interesting data snacks about how the FIFA World Cup 2014 performed on the digital field. Read more

Blog Oct. 9, 2014 | Share

Upping the Ante on NHT

Upping the Ante on NHT

Over the past several years, comScore’s Brian Pugh has been outspoken about the problem of non-human traffic (NHT) in online advertising, describing the nature and scope of the threats and outlining the steps needed to eradicate NHT from the ecosystem. Read more

Blog Sep. 25, 2014 | Share

5 Questions & Answers Shedding Light on How Americans Use Mobile Apps

5 Questions and Answers Shedding Light on How Americans Use Mobile Apps

Mobile has fast emerged as the primary platform for media consumption. However, as advertisers try to figure out how to best use mobile advertising to effectively reach their target audiences there is some hesitation around allocating budgets for mobile ad campaigns. Read more

Blog Sep. 23, 2014 | Share

comScore’s TRUSTe, BBB Certifications Extended

comScores TRUSTe BBB Certifications Extended

Each year, comScore pursues recertification and membership in a number of leading privacy and business programs. While there is no legal requirement for us to meet the requirements of these organizations, comScore voluntarily holds itself to higher standards. We want consumers who participate in our programs and the clients of our services to be comfortable... Read more

Blog Sep. 23, 2014 | Share

The Huge Impact of the 2014 World Cup on Internet Usage in Brazil

The Huge Impact of the 2014 World Cup on Internet Usage in Brazil

The world was clearly focused on Brazil this summer as the 2014 FIFA World Cup, one of the most watched sporting events worldwide, this time visited the country of “futebol”. As the 5th largest internet population in the world with 71 million unique visitors per month, Brazil demonstrated its deep interest in this event through the online behavior... Read more

Blog Sep. 10, 2014 | Share

Digital Analytix® Rated Strong Performer by TrustRadius

Digital Analytix Rated Strong Performer by TrustRadius

comScore was excited to announce last week that our digital media solutions platform, Digital Analytix was rated as a ‘Strong Performer’ in the TrustRadius Digital Analytics TrustMap™ for Enterprises in their first ever Buyer’s Guide to Digital Analytics Software. The report revealed that Digital Analytix received a higher ‘average rating... Read more

Blog Sep. 8, 2014 | Share

Tinder Sparks Renewed Interest in Online Dating Category

Tinder Sparks Renewed Interest in Online Dating Category

Online dating became one of the early stars of the internet, both in its ability to engage audiences and to establish real revenue streams from paying customers. But despite its lofty position as one of the high-profile categories of the internet, in recent years it has faded to the background as social media has emerged and co-opted much of its mindshare.... Read more

Blog Sep. 5, 2014 | Share

Lessons Learned in Digital Advertising

Lessons Learned in Digital Advertising

While advertising has evolved tremendously with the advent of new digital technologies, its goal today is much the same as it has always been—to elicit feelings, emotions, perceptions and actions that ultimately increase sales and build brand loyalty. Finding ways to do this in the most efficient manner is vital, and being able to quantify a return... Read more

Blog Sep. 2, 2014 | Share

Top 5 Metrics You're Measuring Incorrectly

With the availability of numerous devices offering web access, daily usage trends, and multi-device ownership by individual consumers, traditional analytics are not only misleading, but often flat out wrong. Here are a few of the metrics being measured incorrectly or not addressed at all by traditional analytics providers. Read more