Less People Turning To Social Media For News




EnterpriseMessagingNews (Enable images to fully enjoy) EnterpriseMessagingNews (Enable images to fully enjoy) News Archives About Us Feedback
February 09, 2012
Social Media Not Playing As Big A Role In Election As Before
By Drew Bowling
Any estimations about how strongly the Internet would influence election results this year might have been greatly exaggerated, according to a new Pew study. As it turns out, only 25% of Americans are getting campaign news from the Internet and, what's more startling, fewer young people are turning to the Internet as a source for campaign news than did in 2008.

The Pew study found that only 20% of 18- to 29-year-olds are using the Internet as a regular resource for news about campaigns, whereas 42% of that same demographic relied on the Internet for campaign news in 2008. As the youngsters of America have used the Internet less for campaign news this election year, the 30- to 49-year-old demographic have been using the Internet more than in 2008 as a way to get learned with the campaign news. Overall, though, most Americans are now getting their campaign news from cable news networks (because that's always so fair and balanced).

Continue Reading


Today's Top Videos:
Netflix Must Focus on Content to Compete with Redbox & Verizon, Says Bryan Gonzalez
On Monday, Verizon and Coinstar, which is Redbox's parent company, announced a partnership that will bring a service very similar to Netflix's to consumers.
Facebook's $100 Billion Valuation Is Too High, According to Francis Gaskins
While Facebook's IPO has raised a lot of excitement in the tech space, it has also raised some questions.
What Facebook IPO Means for Users and Marketers Chris Treadaway Chimes In
Facebook took the big step earlier this week when it filed for its initial public offering. The news had been rumored for...
Recent Articles:
Expanding Your Facebook Network For Business
You can use your Facebook to attract and engage your business' potential customers. However, this strategy can only work if you're connected to a lot of users.

Continue reading to know how you can expand your Facebook network for your business' benefits.

Proactively Find New Friends

A maximum of 5,000 friends is allowed for a personal Facebook profile, in which...
Read More...

The New, New Twitter And What It Means...
The new, new Twitter is upon us and while some of you already have access to it, others will have to wait up to three weeks. I'm not one to write about new features or products as they're released. But I would like to take...
Read More...
15 Ways To Use Twitter To Toast Your...
There are lots of success stories and case studies documenting business success through Twitter. Here are a few of my favorite ways to leverage this platform for new business benefits. 1) Using Twitter search and...
Read More...
SMMU Launches New Twitter Chat For...
Social Media Marketing University (SMMU), the world's most trusted social media training program, has developed a new chat on Twitter to discuss social media and online marketing trends with small business...
Read More...
Other iEntry Business Resources:
- WebProNews.com
- Jayde.com
- MarketingNewz.com
- SalesNewz.com
- CareerNewz.com
- InvestNewz.com
- eCommNewz.com
- WebsiteNotes.com
- AdvertisingDay.com
iEntry
 
--This email is a service of EnterpriseMessagingNews--
iEntry, Inc. 2549 Richmond Rd. Lexington KY, 40509
2012 iEntry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy Legal