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Data Overload - June 2013

Posted on 4.30.2013

Interesting Stats & Metrics from the Digital World

What happens in an Internet minute? Quite a lot according to a new study from Intel. The chipmaker found that more than 204 million emails are sent every minute, 47,000 apps are downloaded, Amazon rings up $83,000 in sales and 20 million photos and 6 million pages are viewed on Facebook. We’re also watching 1.3 million video clips on YouTube in the same time frame.

Website Magazine’s editorial staff aggregates and curates interesting research and statistics like this nearly every day, publishing the information Internet professionals like you can use to create strategies and execute campaigns and technology initiatives more efficiently.

70% - The proportion of mobile searches that lead to action on websites within one hour, according to iAcquire and Survey Monkey’s mobile behavior report.

93% - The percentage of shoppers who see real-time help being beneficial during their online customer journey, whether it’s before, during or after their purchase process. (Source: The 2013 Connecting with Customers Report from LivePerson.)

7.25 % - This is the median load time (in seconds) for the top 2,000 sites for first-time visitors using Internet Explorer 9. This represents a 22 percent slowdown over just one year, according to a page speed and Web performance report by Radware.

7% - The increase of cost-per-click prices, which is driven by mobile CPC inflation and Product Listing Ads. (Source: Covario’s Q1 2013 Paid Search Spend Analysis.)

158% - The average increase in email click-through rate when social sharing features are included in an email, according to GetResponse’s 2013 report on email marketing plus social media.

50% - The percentage of people who click on ads and think they’re clicking on regular search results. (Source: iAcquire and Survey Monkey’s Search Behavior Report.)

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