From time to time, using technology as a babysitting tool is okay, but technology would best benefits a child when it is used as an engagement took. The Social Television Network interviews Ken Colburn of Data Doctors to discuss how to use technology more as an engagement tool rather than a babysitting tool.
Although there is no correct age to give a child a smartphone, statistics show that by the age of seven, just over 50 percent of U.S. households have given their child a smart phone. The Social Television Network interviews Ken Colburn of Data Doctors to discuss what is good and bad about children getting more comfortable with smart technology.
The average age children will come across adult material online is 11. The Social Television Network interviews Ken Colburn of Data Doctors to discuss how best to open the conversation with your children about safe online activity.
So how secure are your passwords? Really – do you know? Did you know that an eight-character password can now be hacked in a minute? The Social Television Network sits down with Ken Colburn of Data Doctors to discuss how to create secure passwords that are memorable and and help keep your information safe online.
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The Social Television Network sits down with Dustin Ruge to discuss the latest trends in Digital Advertising and spending. Topics include the rapid growth in mobile and social advertising along with video and how this compares to more traditional forms of broadcast advertising such as TV and print.
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A recent quarterly spending forecast by eMarkerter indicates that TV ad spending is expected to decline to a third of the total ad market share by 2020. The biggest projected advertising gains are expected to be made in digital (15.4% growth in 2016) and mobile (38% growth in 2016). According to the report, TV ad spending is expected to grow modestly at around 2% over the coming years but as a share of total marketing spend, it is expected to drop below one-third of the total ad spending share in the US for the first time ever.
What does all this data mean for local business advertising?
As smart phone users in the US are expected to exceed 237 million by 2019, advertising reach will need to match the mobile demand market growth.
As social media users in the US are expected to exceed 200 million by 2019, advertising reach will move from traditional broadcast to on-demand and social.
Traditional broadcast TV ads will continue to decline in reach as on-demand, recording devices, social media, and mobile usage continues to grow.
With 85% of all internet content expected to be video by 2019, content-based advertising on social and mobile will continue to decline in effectiveness while video continues to grow.
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The Social Television Network (STNTV) sits down with Ruth Carter to talk about social media lawsuits and laws governing social media use.
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