Statistics Quoted

HomePage Citing

  1. Nielsen Norman Group. “How Long Do Users Stay on Web Pages?”,”Users often leave Web pages in 10-20 seconds, but pages with a clear value proposition can hold people’s attention for much longer because visit-durations follow a negative Weibull distribution.” by JAKOB NIELSEN on September 12, 2011
  2. SearchEngineJournal, Albert Costill, August 1, 2014. “What People Probably Hate Most About Your Blog Posts.” —
    (67% of consumers say the quality of the product images is very important.)
  3. CEB Global, Harvard Business Review, “Why Solution Selling No Longer Works,” July, August 2012 —
    (Corporate Executive Board study of more than 1,400 B2B customers found that those customers completed, on average, nearly 60% [57%] of a typical purchasing decision—researching solutions, ranking options, setting requirements, benchmarking pricing, and so on—before even having a conversation with a supplier.)
  4. Brightlocal.com, Two Separate BrightLocal Surveys, conducted between February & April 2011 —
    (60% of consumers give more consideration to local results that have images.)
  5. MDG Advertising Blog. “It’s All About the Images.” Infographic. May 2012. —
    (Clear, detailed images are deemed to be very important by 67 percent of consumers and carry even more weight than the product information, full description, and customer ratings.)
  6. Caleb Gonsalves, Skyward Research Study, “Add Images to Improve Content Performance,” Skyward.com, October 2011. —
    (On average, total views increased by 94% if a published article contained a relevant photograph or infographic when compared to articles without an image in the same category.)
  7. Paul Martin Lester, “Syntactic Theory of Visual Communication,” California State University at Fullerton, 1994–1996. —
    (The psychologist Jerome Bruner of New York University has described studies that show that people only remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read, but about 80 percent of what they see and do.)
  8. N, “Get Ready for 1 Billion Smartphones by 2016, Forrester Says” by BRIAN X. CHEN FEBRUARY 13, 2012 8:00 AM

Image Sources

Notes

  • com, Two Separate BrightLocal Surveys, conducted between February & April 2011 —
    (60% of consumers give more consideration to local results that have images.)
  • SearchEngineJournal, Albert Costill, August 1, 2014. “What People Probably Hate Most About Your Blog Posts.” —
    (67% of consumers say the quality of the product images is very important.)
  • MDG Advertising Blog. “It’s All About the Images.” Infographic. May 2012. —
    (Clear, detailed images are deemed to be very important by 67 percent of consumers and carry even more weight than the product information, full description, and customer ratings.)
  • CEB Global, Harvard Business Review, “Why Solution Selling No Longer Works,” July, August 2012 —
    (Corporate Executive Board study of more than 1,400 B2B customers found that those customers completed, on average, nearly 60% [57%] of a typical purchasing decision—researching solutions, ranking options, setting requirements, benchmarking pricing, and so on—before even having a conversation with a supplier.)
  • Caleb Gonsalves, Skyward Research Study, “Add Images to Improve Content Performance,” Skyward.com, October 2011. —
    (On average, total views increased by 94% if a published article contained a relevant photograph or infographic when compared to articles without an image in the same category.)
  • Paul Martin Lester, “Syntactic Theory of Visual Communication,” California State University at Fullerton, 1994–1996. —
    (The psychologist Jerome Bruner of New York University has described studies that show that people only remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read, but about 80 percent of what they see and do.)

Other citing

Notes

  • com, Two Separate BrightLocal Surveys, conducted between February & April 2011 —
    (60% of consumers give more consideration to local results that have images.)
  • SearchEngineJournal, Albert Costill, August 1, 2014. “What People Probably Hate Most About Your Blog Posts.” —
    (67% of consumers say the quality of the product images is very important.)
  • MDG Advertising Blog. “It’s All About the Images.” Infographic. May 2012. —
    (Clear, detailed images are deemed to be very important by 67 percent of consumers and carry even more weight than the product information, full description, and customer ratings.)
  • CEB Global, Harvard Business Review, “Why Solution Selling No Longer Works,” July, August 2012 —
    (Corporate Executive Board study of more than 1,400 B2B customers found that those customers completed, on average, nearly 60% [57%] of a typical purchasing decision—researching solutions, ranking options, setting requirements, benchmarking pricing, and so on—before even having a conversation with a supplier.)
  • Caleb Gonsalves, Skyward Research Study, “Add Images to Improve Content Performance,” Skyward.com, October 2011. —
    (On average, total views increased by 94% if a published article contained a relevant photograph or infographic when compared to articles without an image in the same category.)
  • Paul Martin Lester, “Syntactic Theory of Visual Communication,” California State University at Fullerton, 1994–1996. —
    (The psychologist Jerome Bruner of New York University has described studies that show that people only remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read, but about 80 percent of what they see and do.)

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