Social Media Influencing Investment Decisions

Social Media Influencing Investment Decisions

Two-thirds of high-net-worth investors are influenced by online peer-generated content

An April 2008 Cogent Research survey found that US investors are highly engaged in social media, and their investment decisions are influenced accordingly.

The study found that 25% of US online adults are engaged in social media specifically related to personal finance and investing.

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Carriers Losing Control of Mobile Content

Carriers Losing Control of Mobile Content

US Mobile phone users are obtaining mobile content from a variety of sources, including the Web, from their personal collections, and from their wireless carrier, according to a November 2007 survey conducted by ABI Research.

Of the 14% of mobile phone users who watched video on their phones, 35% did so through a Web site, 31% watched through a carrier’s offering and 28% had sideloaded it onto their phone.

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