- Audience characteristics and social media use. Hanna, Ben // B to B;1/18/2010, Vol. 95 Issue 1, p7
The article reports on the findings of the "B2B Social Media Benchmarking" study conducted during August 11-September 4, 2009. The study found that the five most popular resources people turn to at work to get the information they need for their day-to-day jobs include webinars and podcasts;...
- The Medical Blogosphere. Ardito, Stephanie C. // Searcher;May2009, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p22
The article discusses how online social networks are changing medical searching. It cites that public relations (PR) companies are asking to supplement traditional media audits with searches of social networking and blog entries. It notes that an increasing concern with blogs that are generated...
- CHARTING CHANGES. Ingram, Cinde W. // Casual Living;Apr2011, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p12
The article discusses the impact of social networking and online researching on distribution channels of casual furnishings in 2011. Recommendations by consumers on blogs and social media, such as photographs of products posted during visits to Caribbean resorts, reportedly attract attention as...
- mobile data. // New Media Age;4/9/2009, p25
Several charts are presented that show the browsing habits of Internet users, including those users accessing web search, those accessing financial news, and those accessing social network or blog.
- C�MO SE USAN LAS REDES EN ESPA�A. // Revista de Comunicaci�n (1888198X);2012, Issue 24, p06
A study on the prevalence of social networks in Spain is described, and an internet link to the study is provided. The three parts of the study are described, in which the concept of social networks is defined, a meeting to describe the user base of social networks is related, and graphs related...
- Getting started. // BEEF;Oct2011, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p68
The article presents the author's insights concerning the importance of online experience in starting a blog.
- TWITTER ROOM. // Hill;10/21/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 122, p46
No abstract available.
- Teens Abandon Blogging, Stay Social. HAMAKER, CHRISTIAN // Rural Telecom;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p9
The article reports on the decreased number of teenagers and young adults from around the world who write weblogs and communicate using social networking websites such as Twitter from 2006 to 2009.
- Online community is multi-tasking gone mad. // Personnel Today;11/18/2008, p44
A blog about a social networking website for schoolchildren and their parents is presented.