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Blog sept. 16, 2016 | Share

Part 2: Why the Power of Habit Drives Power Law Distributions in Mobile App Usage

Power Law Distribution

In the first part of this blog post, we discussed the power of habit in driving smartphone app usage and how the biggest names in digital media generally have an advantage as more media consumption shifts to digital. One of the ways we see this advantage manifest is the prevalence of power law distributions in examining usage patterns. A power law distribution... Read more

Presentation juil. 13, 2016 | Share

IAB Europe Research Awards Winner Webinar: comScore and News UK

IAB Europe Research Awards Winner Webinar: comScore and News UK

The 2016 IAB Research Awards recognized and celebrated the research projects and the contribution they have made to the development of the digital advertising industry. Learn how comScore partnered with News UK and Kellar Fay to understand the holistic impact of advertising online and offline. Read more

Blog juil. 8, 2016 | Share

The State of Mobile News Audiences in 3 Charts

If you’re between the ages of 18-34, there’s a strong chance you’re reading this on a mobile device right now. That’s because, like many other digital categories, news consumption has increasingly shifted to mobile in recent years, and Millennials (defined here as Persons 18-34) are the ones leading this trend. Below are three charts based on... Read more

Case Study mai. 18, 2016 | Share

The Impact of Advertising on Audience Behaviour: A News UK Case Study

The Impact of Advertising on Audience Behaviour A News UK Case Study

Knowing the impact of advertising on consumers’ behaviour – and being able to demonstrate this – is critically important when evaluating the full effect of online advertising. Read more

Blog mars. 31, 2016 | Share

Traditional News Publishers Take Non-Traditional Path to Digital Growth

Traditional News Publishers Take Non-Traditional Path to Digital Growth

Ever since the early days when traditional news organizations began publishing content on the web, the transition to digital hasn’t always been smooth sailing. Digital publishing presents a unique set of challenges to which traditional publishers weren’t accustomed, such as greater competition due to the lower barriers of entry, an unproven business... Read more

Press Release mars. 31, 2014 | Share

comScore Innovates to Deliver Single Metric for Global Multi-Platform Audiences

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced an important audience measurement “first” in delivering a single unduplicated multi-platform global audience metric across desktop computers, smartphones and tablets. Read more

Data Gem nov. 14, 2013 | Share

Finnish Internet Users are Most Avid Consumers of Online News

News and information sites capture a large proportion of the European online audience with 8 in 10 internet users accessing one of these sites in September 2013.The European online population seems to be addicted to news online, as we can see on the chart below. Across the 18 European markets measured by comScore, 338 million people visited a news or... Read more

Data Gem déc. 12, 2012 | Share

Most Read Online Newspapers in the World: Mail Online, New York Times and The Guardian

Most read newspapers in the world

644 million people worldwide accessed online newspaper sites in October 2012, making up 42.6% of the total internet population. Mail Online was the most popular online newspaper, attracting more than 50 million unique visitors during the month. Read more

Case Study nov. 27, 2012 | Share

Digital Analytix Business Study: Wegener

Digital Analytix Business Study Wegener

The Digital Analytix Office Link functionality gave Wegener the unrivaled ability to use applications that its editorial staff uses everyday to communicate data trends and performance to goal for its key performance indicators. Read more

Press Release oct. 17, 2012 | Share

Tablets Reinvent Americans’ Relationship with Print

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today released a study of tablet newspaper and magazine readership based on data from its comScore TabLens service. The study found that nearly 2 in 5 U.S. tablet owners read newspapers and/or magazines on their device in August, with 1 in 10 reading publications almost daily. Analysis of readership activities across platforms... Read more