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Statistics is the study of the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. It deals with all aspects of this, including the planning of data collection in terms of the design of surveys and experiments.
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All the Online Video Stats You Need, in an Online Video!

All the Online Video Stats You Need, in an Online Video!

Charts and graphs not your thing? Then you need to watch this video series from Shutterstock which gives you all the pertinent details on how awesome online video is doing. Sure there are some motion graphics and charts etc, but it's not only demonstrating the power of online video, but also, because it's Shutterstock, the range of stock footage you might find there. Well done one and all, but where's the UK version?

53% Say a YouTube Video Influenced a Purchase at Least Once?

53% Say a YouTube Video Influenced a Purchase at Least Once?

A new report states that over half the people surveyed purchased a product or service after watching a YouTube video - not a YouTube advertisement, a YouTube video. It means that branded content on YouTube is having a fairly massive impact on purchasing decisions of consumers.

YouTube Video Insights for August 2013: But Wait, There’s More!

YouTube Video Insights for August 2013: But Wait, There’s More!

Some statistics you can take with you during the month of August, while you're laying out on a beach somewhere. Learn about the Gen C audience, refresh your knowledge about features on YouTube, and how YouTube compares to Sharknado. Why not?

How Brands Market Video on YouTube: Interview with Google's Suzie Reider

How Brands Market Video on YouTube: Interview with Googles Suzie Reider

We talked to Google/YouTube's Suzie Reider, Director of Media Solutions, also our keynote speaker at the ReelSEO Marketing Summit this Friday. What exactly do brands need to keep in mind when creating content for YouTube? Suzie's got some stats, tips, and top-notch info for us to consider.

The Week In Video: It's A Dog's World

The Week In Video: Its A Dogs World

So much video news this week but we've managed to squeeze it all into one blog post. Read the latest on Digital Video vs. TV Ad Engagement and Yahoo's purchase of the Qwiki video app. Also we have stats! Did YOU know that 500 years worth of YouTube video are watched on Facebook every day?

YouTube Brings Us Stats For Nerds

YouTube Brings Us Stats For Nerds

Another week, another YouTube tweak. This time it's the removal of the 'stop download' feature on both Flash and HTML5 players and the introduction of 'Stats for Nerds' which gives you info on video speed, frames per second and resolution should you be in desperate need of it.

Video Marketing with a Coupon Mentality: Why This Shouldn't Be the Approach

Video Marketing with a Coupon Mentality: Why This Shouldnt Be the Approach

It seems like all brands need is a "viral video" and they'll have this video thing mastered. But showing your commitment to video, and finding a way to sell without selling, and creating a relationship with your customers is way more important than driving sales for a brief period or increasing brand recognition.

GM Is Still Stuck in First Gear: The Sorry State of Marketing Cars with Social Video

GM Is Still Stuck in First Gear: The Sorry State of Marketing Cars with Social Video

The automotive industry is still woefully behind when it comes to video marketing. Which is strange, because purchase intent increases when consumers are exposed to a brand's video. A look into the automotive industry and video today.

Have A Strategy for Online Video: Video Marketing Tips

Have A Strategy for Online Video: Video Marketing Tips

You've decided to turn to video for your business. Now what do you do to ensure that it does what you want it to do? You need to come up with a strategy. What kind of strategy? The one where your video gets seen, converts, and makes people loyal to your brand.

Cord-Cutting Has Hard Statistics Backing It Up Now

Cord Cutting Has Hard Statistics Backing It Up Now

There is now real evidence that cord cutting is happening with actual net subscriber loss. Pay TV lost 80,000 subscribers over the past year, which sounds awful for cable companies until you realize they still have nearly 100 million. But hey, capitalism rules, and I'm sure there's some panic.

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