study

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 modern homes have a room specifically designated as a study. Other terms used for rooms of this nature include den, home office, or library.
The study developed from the closet or cabinet of the Renaissance onwards. The advent of electronic communication and computer technology has widened the appeal of dedicated home working areas, with nearly 20% of all working adults in the United States reporting that they undertake at least some work from home as part of their primary employment.

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New York City Museums Making Video Work: 49 Million Views and Counting

Museums around the New York City area are using video to their advantage: Around 49 million views since their channels were launched in 2007, according to a study conducted by It's News to You. These videos do great in informing, educating, and making people want to see these events in person.
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Mobile Video Viewing on the Rise: Why It Matters [Study]

Mobile video is on the rise, and that's not a shock. But the rate at which it is going up is: it's becoming increasingly important to know who is watching mobile video and why. Also, the rise of tablets as a major video consumption device is a big reason to understand mobile viewing habits.
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Online Views Dominate Q1 2013 US Video Ad Market [Report]

The first 3 months of 2013 saw an increase of 84% for U.S. ads viewed via a desktop PC or laptop compared to Q1 2012. Mobile devices saw a year on year increase of 27%. Consumer products and financial services spent the most ad dollars on video ads during Q1 2013.
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Want To Appeal To Female Consumers? Then Make A Video

American women are watching more online video than men and they have more control over the purse strings with an estimated purchase power of up to $15 trillion per year. This is a golden opportunity for brands to start leveraging the power of video to tap into potential sales.
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UK Love Affair with Online Video Continues - Up 45% [Report]

YouTube is the third most popular site in the UK (after Google and Facebook) so it's no coincidence that the British made 10.6 billion visits to video sites in Feb 2013. That's an incredible 323 million hours spent just watching video content in the UK alone.
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How YouTube TrueView Affects Brands and TV Advertising [Creator's Tip #86]

YouTube's TrueView ads are all the rage for advertisers and viewers, because they are skippable. And anyone who watches the ad chooses to do so. And also, brands can use TrueView to test market ads before they hit TV. The IAB recently conducted a study that shows you really should be doing digital and TV ads.
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Online Video Advertisers Spend Money How, And Where? [Study]

Digiday and Adap.tv have found some interesting feedback from brands, advertisers, agencies, and publishers about how and where the money is spent in online video advertising. The study reflects the rise of the private video ad marketplace as advertisers find more and more convenience with such services. And, is a "guarantee" a good thing when it comes to ad metrics?
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Video Snippets Continue to Dominate Google Universal Search Results

Google Universal Search results have always looked very favourably on video content and a new report from our friends at Searchmetrics confirms that video content is still the best vertical to use. Oh, and (surprise) you have even more chance of appearing if that video is hosted on YouTube.
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Vine Making Waves for Video Sharing, Obviously Lags Behind Photo Sharing

A study on Vine shows that it has quickly shot past Viddy and Socialcam as the leader in social video sharing. While adoption is slow, the people who use it obviously love it. And while video sharing will probably always take a back seat to photo sharing, Vine's numbers are encouraging.
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Digital News Revenue Outpacing All Other Media [Study]

Pew Research compiled a bunch of data that shows the money is going towards digital news sites and is clearly outpacing all the other media in its rate of growth. This is an inevitable progression as people look to find news as quickly as possible.
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2012 Cord-Cutting Numbers: Video Won't Be Killing Anything Anytime Soon

In 1979, The Buggles released "Video Killed the Radio Star." It might feel like video is killing TV when you hear the number of people cutting the cord, but that isn't the case, and it doesn't have to kill TV to succeed. If anything, the numbers show that people just have a lot of options these days.
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Video an ROI Leader, But is It Too Expensive and Hard to Find?

Video is near the top of the list when it comes to ROI. Unfortunately, it's also at the top of the list from respondents who think it's too pricey or too hard to make. However, the problem seems to be that the myth of a high-quality video is what is holding businesses back. I'd like to once again dispel this myth.