There is a ton of hype surrounding the new Apple Watch. Find out how it has been impacting the Internet!
October Top 50: Releases and Decreases
The October Top 50 is here! See which sites saw a spike in traffic and which fell in the rankings.
New iPhone 6 Drives Traffic to Top Retailers
In September, Apple’s release of the iPhone 6/6+ led to an increase in traffic to the “Big Four” wireless carriers.
September’s Top 50 Sites: Apple, Crackle, & MySpace
CBS stays strong in September Compared to last year, an election year, this September was quite slow. That didn’t stop cbs.com from making it to the list of fast movers once again. Although they didn’t have election coverage to drive traffic, they still managed to have the highest month-over-month (MoM) increase of all the top 50 sites. Seeing a 50% MoM increase and bringing their amount of unique visitors (UVs)
Sunday Series: Business & Finance Blogs See Increase in Business
August was a good month for the “Business & Finance Blogs” category, seeing a 17.6% month-over-month (MoM) increase in traffic – an increase that the category as a whole hasn’t seen (excluding the June to July increase) in two years. It is hard to say why exactly the category as a whole is seeing such a lift, but there are certainly a few key sites that are contributing.
Blackberry 10, Windows Mobile, and the Race for Third
Earlier this year BlackBerry announced its BlackBerry 10 operating system and the Q10 and Z10 smartphones. These new BB10 phones came on the heels of Microsoft’s Windows Phone launch in early 2012, and the subsequent release the Windows Phone – powered Lumia smartphone lineup from Nokia. These phones – and the operating systems that powered them – were seen as critical, last-ditch efforts by Blackberry and Microsoft to stay relevant in a smartphone market that is becoming increasingly dominated by top players.
iOS 7 and MacBook Air Win Customers’ Attention at WWDC 2013
Earlier this month Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, took to the stage to deliver this year’s keynote address at the tech giant’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. The WWDC offers a venue for Apple to showcase its latest toys, and gives developers and industry professionals a chance to get a first look.
T-Mobile Raises the Competition with iPhone 5
Now that T-Mobile has the iPhone, we believe that in the months to come, 191,000 competitive customers from AT&T, Sprint & Verizon will be more inclined to consider the carrier while visiting T-Mobile.com. Here’s why: On Friday, April 12th T-Mobile became the last of the Big-Four carriers to offer the iPhone 5. But given that T-Mobile is late to the iPhone game, are consumers actually more likely to consider T-Mobile?
Witty Galaxy SIII Campaign Is Paying Off
Image from: Samsung Galaxy SIII / XDA-Developers.com Consumer attitudes have changed quite a bit since the iPhone first redefined the meaning of “smartphone”. In today’s world the iPhone is hardly the only cutting edge option for the tech-savvy and design-conscious consumer, and choices are getting more abundant. In a recent Compete survey of wireless shoppers 1 in 4 iPhone buyers cited familiarity, not the coolness factor or the best technology,
The Compete Weekly Pulse
There is so much social content out there. Some people say it’s too much, and some people think it’s just the beginning. Writing from the later standpoint, Digiday explained a recent Pew study stating curation is on the rise, and so is the creation of original content to curate. The Curation Class, as Digiday calls them, are within the 18-29 age range and inhabit the worlds of Pinterest, Tumblr and
Yes – Apple will sell a lot of iPhones – Here’s Why
Image from: iPhone 5 / Apple.com Yesterday Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 to predictably strong reviews and aggressive sales forecasts. With a bigger screen, faster processor, thinner profile, LTE connectivity and more, the iPhone 5 looks to be a better version of what is already the world’s most popular smartphone. What you already know is that most forecasters are predicting huge sales. We agree. But what you don’t know is