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Blog Sep. 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... Lesen Sie mehr

Präsentation Sep. 15, 2016 | Share

Targeting the Millennial Generation

Targeting the Millennial Generation

In this presentation, Mike Shaw, VP Sales UK at comScore looks at the targeting and monetisation of the youth audience for news publishers. Lesen Sie mehr

Data Gem Sep. 15, 2016 | Share

Millennials continue to drive the French online market of apparel retailers

Now that the sales season is over in France, the moment feels right to evaluate the state of the online market of apparel retailers in the country. In July 2016, the audience across all sites in the category was close to 18.5 million unique visitors, while more than 86 million visits occurred during the same period. The apparel market in France remains... Lesen Sie mehr

Blog Sep. 14, 2016 | Share

Part 1: Why the Power of Habit Drives Power Law Distributions in Mobile App Usage

Power Law Distribution

A few years ago I read the Charles Duhigg’s excellent book The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business. In it he discusses the notion of a “habit loop” governing many of our day-to-day behaviors, which consists of three elements: a cue, a routine, and a reward. The cue is something that serves as a sensory trigger to begin the... Lesen Sie mehr

Pressemitteilung Sep. 14, 2016 | Share

comScore Introduces Mobile Audience Campaign Reporting in Canada and the United Kingdom

comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced the expansion of its mobile demographic reporting capabilities in validated Campaign Essentials™ (vCE®) to Canada and the United Kingdom Lesen Sie mehr

Whitepaper Sep. 13, 2016 | Share

The 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report

The 2016 US Mobile App Report

Digital media time in the U.S. continues to increase – growing more than 50 percent in the past three years, with nearly 90 percent of that growth directly attributable to the mobile app. Mobile has grown so fast that it’s now the leading digital platform, with total activity on smartphones and tablets accounting for two-thirds of digital media... Lesen Sie mehr

Pressemitteilung Sep. 13, 2016 | Share

comScore’s 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report Available for Download

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), today published The 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report. The report, available to the public as a complimentary download, provides detailed data and in-depth insights on the digital access vehicle that now drives the majority of digital media usage in the U.S. Lesen Sie mehr

Blog Sep. 13, 2016 | Share

Have We Reached ‘Peak App’?

Have We Reached Peak App

Recently there’s been quite a bit of talk in the tech and media industries that the app boom is over. The narrative is that consumers already have all the apps they need, that the market is mature, that the introduction of new apps is no longer exciting, that people may even start deleting some of their current ones, and that breaking through as a... Lesen Sie mehr

Pressemitteilung Sep. 9, 2016 | Share

Global Facebook Viewability Reporting Going Live in comScore validated Campaign Essentials

comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced that Facebook viewability data will be available on a global basis directly through the Ad Validation module of validated Campaign Essentials™ (vCE®) later this month. The new reporting includes key viewability and engagement metrics – including completion rates, audibility and time in-view – for video... Lesen Sie mehr

Blog Sep. 8, 2016 | Share

How Advanced Currencies are Moving the Industry Beyond Age/Gender Demos

How Advanced Currencies are Moving the Industry Beyond Age Gender Demos

Since the earliest days of media measurement, marketers have relied on useful – but imperfect – age and gender based demos as surrogates for reaching their most desirable audiences. When you think about it, it’s really kind of amazing that our industry hasn’t moved beyond these types of demographics to a more precise way of doing business that... Lesen Sie mehr