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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 Jul. 1, 2014 | Share

The Perils of Survey Data in Cross-Platform Measurement

The Perils of Survey Data in CrossPlatform Measurement

Cross-platform measurement is one of the most important topics on marketers’ agenda. Among the key objectives is gaining an understanding of how consumers spread their time and spending across devices so that media spending can be optimized. Some researchers have attempted to accomplish this measurement by conducting online surveys of consumers, asking... Read more

Blog Jun. 10, 2014 | Share

Six Questions: Gian Fulgoni, comScore

Six Questions Gian Fulgoni, comScore

For better or worse, comScore has been closely identified over the past 20 years with the measurement and verification of web traffic and audiences. As the herd moves to mobile devices and addressable TV, how much does that challenge your position? Read more

Blog Apr. 18, 2014 | Share

Putting the Cross-Media Measurement Future into Focus: A Q&A with Manish Bhatia

Putting the Cross-Media Measurement Future into Focus: A Q&A with Manish Bhatia

“Cross-media measurement.” It’s currently one of the hottest topics of discussion among digital advertisers and publishers. But what exactly is it, how is it evolving, and what issues and opportunities lie ahead? We talked with our Chief Revenue Officer, Manish Bhatia, to find out. Here’s what he had to say. Read more

Blog Apr. 3, 2014 | Share

Putting the Digital Advertising Future into Focus: A Q&A with Anne Hunter

Putting the Digital Advertising Future into Focus: A Q&A with Anne Hunter

Digital advertising has evolved tremendously with the advent of new technologies, the evolution of new ad formats, and a shift in the way ads are bought and sold online. The past few years alone have seen more and more branding dollars flowing to digital as the medium proved itself in being able to reach targeted audiences at scale while delivering... Read more

Blog Mar. 17, 2014 | Share

Social Media Monetization in a Mobile First World

As much as Silicon Valley’s ethos is the constant pursuit of creating value, eventually the byproduct of this process (and the stakeholders involved) will also require the creation of revenue. In the past year, we have seen these dynamics play out in the Social Networking sector across a variety of companies at different stages of growth, maturity,... Read more

Blog Apr. 29, 2013 | Share

UbiquiTV: Video Fragmentation is the New Reality

Digital video consumption reaches new heights.

Big brand marketing was so much easier when individual TV shows could consistently deliver scale, but the ability to achieve the same target reach and frequency objectives today tends to require advertising on more and more TV shows. That’s where digital video comes in. It helps build reach beyond what TV can cost-effectively achieve alone among prized... Read more

Blog Apr. 1, 2013 | Share

Multi-Platform Media Usage is Not a Zero Sum Game

More Screens Mean More Time Spent on Every Device

Conventional wisdom would suggest that in this age of media fragmentation, usage of multiple devices – TVs, PCs, smartphones, and tablets – would inevitably cannibalize one another. After watching hours of TV, the last thing you’d want to do is pick up your tablet, stare at another screen, and start surfing the web, right? But in a similar fashion... Read more

Blog Jan. 23, 2013 | Share

Facebook Vaults Ahead of Google Maps to Finish 2012 as #1 U.S. Mobile App

Google Maps (App) vs. Facebook (App)

With another interesting year in digital media in the books, we can now begin our retrospective view of what happened in 2012 in order help bring the digital future into focus. There is little doubt that the Brave New Digital World is upon us and more than ever before we’re seeing the existing norms of the PC-centric web being disrupted by mobile... Read more

Blog Dec. 13, 2012 | Share

Welcome to a Brave New Digital World

Whitepaper - Welcome to a Brave New Digital World

Media fragmentation is occurring at light-speed in today’s multi-platform environment, which features not only TVs and computers, but smartphones, tablets, gaming platforms and a seemingly ever-increasing number of emerging devices. This new paradigm offers consumers a seamless digital experience that can easily traverse platforms, locations and temporal... Read more