According to recent statistics over ten million minutes are spent on Facebook every day and there are now over a billion users across the world making the site not only a cultural and social phenomenon, but an economic one.
Women pay an average of 43 per cent more for toiletries such as razors and shampoo than men do, according to a new study.
The so-called “Pink Tax” has been long tied to services like dry cleaning and haircuts for women.
But a new study from Toronto-based ParseHub reveals price tags on 3,191 personal care products for women are substantially higher than the corresponding products for men.
MUMBAI: Nazara Games along with London Venture Partners and Drussila Hollanda-Gronberg, game lead at Supercell made an undisclosed investment in London based mobile games studio TrulySocial. Truly Social will launch a social world game for mobiles and tablets specifically targeting women, creating real life situations and weekly updates for individual player experiences by the end of 2016.
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This is the highest effectiveness rating ever for a social media platform in all the research done by the Content Marketing Institute (CMI). That’s just one of the eye-opening findings in the new research, Content Marketing in the UK 2015: Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends, from CMI and the DMA UK.