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REWIND: Social Issues- Trends that Define the 2000s

17 August 2016

REWIND: Social Issues- Trends that Define the 2000s

Trends that Define the 2000s

Only a decade ago the blackberry was just a fruit. Green was a colour with no political meaning. Reality TV was just crappy TV thrown in between bad videos on MTV.

The 2000s were quite the decade. The twin towers and September 11 2001 started off the drama of American politics and global upheaval in the middle-east. Was it all about oil? or was it also about more... The 2000s were defeintiely about what is discussed below.

We explore what was hot in the 2000s. The trends that defined a decade.

Market Research Mobile Internet Services End User Usage Trends

12 October 2013

Market Research Mobile Internet Services End User Usage Trends

Canadians are spending a larger percentage of their budgets on cellular phones and Internet access.

From 1997 to 2004, households increased their total expenditure on cellular and Internet services by 27.5%. Over the same period, expenditures on household operations also increased by 27.7%. However, when examining communications, Stats Canada noted that expenditures on traditional telephone service fell by 8.4% while expenditures on wireless increased by 253%, and Internet access by 600%s

 

Canada is Rapidly Going Mobile

Social media may be one of the secrets to Obama's victory

16 November 2012

Social media may be one of the secrets to Obama's victory

In early 2007, Barack Obama was a fairly unknown senator running for president against a Democratic nominee with the household name of Hilary Clinton. On November 4, 2008, Obama was the first African American to win the election against Republican candidate, John McCain, becoming the 44th president of the United States.

The Obama Campaign's social media strategy created a groundswell of empowered volunteers who felt they could make a difference.

Google is doing great, it may make sense to ignore their poor earnings for Q3 2012

19 October 2012

Google is doing great, it may make sense to ignore their poor earnings for Q3 2012

Following the disappointing and leaked third-quarter earnings, Google saw its shares hammered before trading was halted.

Motorola Mobility, which Google acquired for $12.5 billion in May, clearly is a big drag on the company, ad folks say its core business is just fine. This is a time of transition for this acquired business and patience is needed.

Google’s core business still appears healthy. Mobile ad prices per click are still 30% to 50% lower than desktop clicks.

Facebook's Help Page Dispelling Common Myths But Leaves You Wondering, Houston There's A Problem...

28 September 2012

Facebook's Help Page Dispelling Common Myths But Leaves You Wondering, Houston There's A Problem...

Anthony De Rosa (Reuters social media editor) pointed us to what appears to be a new section in Facebook’s help centre which addresses the many commonly myths about Facebook. It is clear that the brand is seriously distrusted because they have to devise an entire help section dedicated to dispelling the many reported privacy issues.

Facebook refuted privacy threats, but this has done little to comfort the paranoid users who have come to deeply distrust this social network powerhouse.

Kevin William Grant
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