Facebook use is down nine percentage points year on year among UK internet users as people become fed up with marketing on social media sites, claims a YouGov survey.
16 May 2013
| by Ben Hall
National radio listening figures for the first quarter of 2013 highlight drops in listeners for Radio 1 and Absolute and Real Radio but rises for Bauer Radio's Passion Portfolio, boosted by Planet Rock coming into the fold and led by Kiss.
Larger PR agencies are winning digital business from specialist shops as they strengthen their in-house expertise, according to industry research.
Consumers in search of social validation on social media channels are resorting to building up a false picture of their lives in order to gain approval from their peers.
The notion of an "angry Britain" where the majority of consumers are angry and increasingly radicalised is a myth, claims a new report.
Almost half of 16- to 34-year-olds check their work emails in bed, according to research from the Future Foundation.
British consumers who have lived through three years and three days of the coalition government increasingly feel they are in it alone, according to trends and insight company Future Foundation.
Research for Microsoft's first ad campaign to raise awareness about online privacy found that although 84% of people are concerned about it almost 50% are doing nothing about it.
Rising utility bills are now the single biggest concern for twice as many UK consumers (15%) as they were two years ago (8%), according to new research figures from Nielsen.
Consumer confidence has in the UK has taken a plunge, despite rising levels across most of Europe, according to research firm Nielsen.