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A study is a room in a house which is used for paperwork, computer work, or reading. Historically, the study of a house was reserved for use as the private office and reading room of a family father as the formal head of a household, but today studies are generally either used to operate a home business or else open to the whole family.
A typical study might contain a desk, chair, computer, a desk lamp or two, and bookshelves. A spare bedroom is often utilized as a study, but many moder...

YouTube Study Finds Interesting Stats on Relationship Between Videos and Gamers

YouTube Study Finds Interesting Stats on Relationship Between Videos and Gamers

Video gaming is huge on YouTube: videos with reviews, previews, announcements, walkthroughs, parodies, and more are just extremely popular, especially when you look at the stats for video gaming channels near the top and on the rise. Google’s new Think Insights breaks it down.

10% Of Viewers Watch Online Video Via Mobile And Tablets [Study]

10% Of Viewers Watch Online Video Via Mobile And Tablets [Study]

The way we watch video is changing by quarter by quarter as the technology becomes more advanced and the devices become ever more affordable. 10% of all video watched online in Q1 2013 was done so via a smartphone or a tablet (or both) as viewers themselves become increasingly more mobile. Live video also proved to be a crowd pleaser.

Charity: Water Shows How Video E-Mail Campaigns Can Be Successful

Charity: Water Shows How Video E Mail Campaigns Can Be Successful

A recent study in the e-mail video campaign of charity: water sheds light on how to create an e-mail campaign that works, that compels rather than annoys. The trick: only send to people who want to receive these e-mails, don’t ask for the money, and compel people to want to help.

Vine Catching Up to YouTube In Social Media Engagement

Vine Catching Up to YouTube In Social Media Engagement

A new study conducted by SocialBakers is seeing some pretty impressive gains by Vine compared to YouTube when it comes to engagement rates on Twitter. Vine has only been around for 6 months and for the most part, only on iOS, so catching up to YouTube on the social media platform is impressive.

How Do the Most-Subscribed YouTube Channels Achieve Success? [Study]

How Do the Most Subscribed YouTube Channels Achieve Success? [Study]

What do most successful YouTube creators do? In a new study conducted by Columbia College in Chicago, they found some interesting statistics that, on the average, what the most successful videos have in common.

Do YouTube Movie Trailer Searches Correlate to Box Office Success?

Do YouTube Movie Trailer Searches Correlate to Box Office Success?

Are YouTube search queries an indicator of a movie’s success? It should come as no surprise that the most popular movies are also the one people search for the most, but how predictive are they when you compare the data between different movies? Google found some answers.

Which Video Marketing Metrics Matter? [Infographic]

Which Video Marketing Metrics Matter? [Infographic]

It’s easy for marketers to get hung up on the amount of views a video gets, but there are perhaps even more important factors to look for when it comes to a successful video campaign. ReelSurfer has given us an infographic detailing what you should look for.

Video and Alcohol: What Beer, Wines, and Spirits Need to Keep In Mind

Video and Alcohol: What Beer, Wines, and Spirits Need to Keep In Mind

Unruly has found some interesting things out about video and the alcohol industry. Namely, they should be using it a lot more. Only four ads make up 97 percent of the entire social video market. Many brands are missing out on some great opportunities.

Five Reasons Advertisers Should Adopt Interactive Pre-roll

Five Reasons Advertisers Should Adopt Interactive Pre roll

Here are five reasons why interactive pre-rolls (Polite Pre-Roll, Ad Selectors, and In-Stream Takeovers) are redefining what video can achieve and why advertisers should continue to adopt these units.

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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