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Every eCommerce website owner needs to be aware of these five social media statistics

Regardless of age, economic status, and gender, most individuals who shop at eCommerce websites tend to be members of social media and networking sites. In...

Broadcasting will not return to normal; the social media revolution has changed everything forever...

One in five divorces is blamed on Facebook. Justin Bieber has more Twitter followers than there are people living in Argentina. These are other fascinating statistics about our digital world pump along to Fat Boy Slim. This is the 2012 edition of the Social Media Revolution video.

Are you the world’s most typical person? Let’s consult the numbers [VIDEO]

The environmentally minded folks at National Geographic used hard numbers to describes the world's typical person. He is right-handed, makes less than $12,000 a year (ouch!) and has a cell phone, but not a bank account. Go figure.

What will the average Australian of the future look like? Is it all beaches,...

On the eve of Australia Day, 26 January, business information analysts IBISWorld has released a report on what it means to be Australian – both today and in the future. Is it all beaches, barbies and beers?

Internet surpasses television as the main source of news for younger generations [STATISTICS]

The most recent report of The Pew Research Center for the People and Press reveals the internet has surpassed television as the main news source for American young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 years old. And this year, for the first time, the internet surpassed radio as the main source of news for Americans aged over 50, including the over 65 demographic.

OMG! Mobile usage in 2011 is going to be #reallyreallybig [STATS & VIDEO]

Five billion apps downloaded in 2010. A 347% jump in Twitter mobile usage. Mobile Future, a coalition of businesses, non-profits and individuals pushing for advances in wireless technology, wants us to know that mobile is going to be really, really big in 2011.

Masterchef Australia cooks up a recipe for success for food related industries

As curtains fall for Masterchef Australia this season, a renaissance has begun in other quarters of business, says a report by IBISWorld. The program brought a feast of ratings victories for Channel 10, culminating in its record breaking episode last night. However, the real boon may come over the next 12 months for the broader food industry.

How to create the perfect TED Talk

Be it persuasive, ingenius, fascinating, inspiring or jaw-dropping, there's no denying the riveting value of TED Talks -- and it's no secret that the Anthill crew are fans. Well, have you ever thought of what it would be like to deliver the perfect, audience grabbing talk? Here's how it's done.

Australia’s ranking as a ‘networked’ nation is on the slide, according to World Economic...

According to the World Economic Forum, Australia is slipping as a 'networked' nation. The organisation's annual survey of 133 nations for its Global Information Technology Report (2009–2010) ranked Australia as the world's 16th most 'networked', falling from its 14th place held over the past two years.

Australia's ranking as a 'networked' nation is on the slide, according to World Economic...

According to the World Economic Forum, Australia is slipping as a 'networked' nation. The organisation's annual survey of 133 nations for its Global Information Technology Report (2009–2010) ranked Australia as the world's 16th most 'networked', falling from its 14th place held over the past two years.

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