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Blog Set. 19, 2016 | Share

OpenTable, Nike+ and United Airlines Top List of Highest Indexing Apps Among Affluent Users

OpenTable, Nike+ and United Airlines Top List of Highest Indexing Apps Among Affluent Users

In conducting research for the The 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report, it became apparent that the audience composition of an app can widely differ from one to another. With this in mind, we decided to take a look at apps that skew heaviest among users in the higher income brackets, as this can be a particularly valuable demographic segment for marketers.... Leia mais

Blog Set. 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... Leia mais

Press release Jul. 26, 2016 | Share

comScore Enhances Plan Metrix Solution with Mobile Data Inputs

comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) today announced the U.S. launch of mobile data insights within Plan Metrix, a robust solution that combines Internet users’ actual online behavior with detailed offline information. Leia mais

Blog Jul. 20, 2016 | Share

comScore Plan Metrix, Now with Mobile Data!

comScore Plan Metrix, Now with Mobile Data!

It’s no secret that new screens and ways of accessing media continue to disrupt consumption habits and business models. This disruption has introduced new challenges for our clients and our industry, such as understanding and harnessing advanced audience targets. Advertisers want and need to do more than target their campaigns based on age and gender.... Leia mais

Blog Jul. 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... Leia mais

Blog Jun. 23, 2016 | Share

What Millennials’ YouTube Usage Tells Us about the Future of Video Viewership

What Millennials’ YouTube Usage Tells Us about the Future of Video Viewership

comScore and YouTube recently released a study, commissioned by Google and based on a survey of 2,940 respondents, on video content engagement and discovery that identified one particularly interesting segment of highly-engaged, highly-loyal YouTube users that we called “Die Hards.” Not surprisingly, these YouTube Die-Hards skew towards the Millennial... Leia mais

Blog Jun. 3, 2016 | Share

Snapchat Breaking into the Mainstream as it Posts New Highs Across Age Segments

Snapchat Breaking into the Mainstream as it Posts New Highs Across Age Segments

Snapchat isn’t just for teens and college-age adults anymore. While still wildly popular among these younger demographic segments, the ephemeral photo and video sharing app is also rapidly growing its user base among older Millennials (Age 25-34) and those 35 years-and-older. Three years ago, Snapchat’s app was only being used by 5% of smartphone... Leia mais

Blog Abr. 27, 2016 | Share

Understanding CNN's Unduplicated Cross-Media Audience Footprint

Understanding CNN’s Unduplicated Cross-Media Audience Footprint

comScore and CNN today released a report, based on comScore Xmedia™ data, highlighting the cross-media reach of CNN across TV, desktop and mobile. As media continues to converge and we embark upon a cross-media future, there is an increasing need to understand how media companies deliver their valuable audiences across all the screens that matter. Leia mais

Video Mar. 22, 2016 | Share

comScore and Adobe partner to provide seamless, census-based measurement of digital video content and ads across platforms.

comScore and Adobe partner to provide seamless, census-based measurement of digital video content and ads across platforms.

comScore and Adobe partner to provide seamless, census-based measurement of digital video content and ads across platforms. View

Press release Mar. 22, 2016 | Share

Adobe and comScore Advance Digital TV and Ad Measurement

At Adobe Summit, Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) and comScore (Nasdaq: SCOR) announced a global strategic partnership to provide new insights into the media consumption behaviors of digital audiences. This new partnership will deliver consistent, cross-device audience measurement of video and ad content, providing advanced insight into consumer viewing behaviors... Leia mais