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Pubblicato da su 25 giugno 2019 in scienza tecnologia, sociale, top

 

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Le tendenze di internet 2019. Statistiche e fatti negli Stati Uniti e in tutto il mondo

La seguente raccolta di grafici presenta le ricerche più affidabili e i dati più recenti sulle principali tendenze di internet. Sentiti libero di condividere …

Sorgente: Le tendenze di internet 2019. Statistiche e fatti negli Stati Uniti e in tutto il mondo

 

Sorgente: Global Digital Report 2019: tutte le statistiche social da conoscere – Studio Samo

Statistiche video marketing: previsioni per il 2020 il traffico video mondiale diventerà tre volte quello del 2015 i video costituiranno il 75% del traffico sui dispositivi mobili il numero di minuti video caricati su internet ogni secondo raggiungerà il numero di 1 milione di minuti

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Key opinion leaders supercharged by the internet: paid doctor and patient influencers on social media | The BMJ

Opportunities abound for online influencers who want to promote health and pharmaceutical brands on sites like Instagram and YouTube. Kim Thomas finds out who’s doing it and how it works In 2015, Kim Kardashian published a post to her followers on Instagram (now numbering 140 million) extolling the benefits of Diclegis (doxylamine succinate–pyridoxine), a morning sickness drug. Kardashian, who was pregnant, was reportedly paid $500 000 (£400 000; €450 000) for the post.1 The investment apparently paid off because within a few months sales of the drug had increased by 21%.2 The US Food and Drug Administration was less impressed and reprimanded the manufacturer Duchesnay because the post did not disclose the drug’s side effects.3 In 2017, Kardashian promoted Diclegis on Instagram again but this time included the required information.4 Companies have long recognised that using trusted individuals—key opinion leaders, as they used to be known—is an effective way to promote their products. “The phenomenon has, however, been supercharged by the internet,” says Jonathan Moreno, professor of medical ethics and the history and sociology of science at the University of Pennsylvania. Tod

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JMIR – Impact of Physician-Patient Communication in Online Health Communities on Patient Compliance: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study CREA

Journal of Medical Internet Research – International Scientific Journal for Medical Research, Information and Communication on the Internet

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JMIR – Impact of Physician-Patient Communication in Online Health Communities on Patient Compliance: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study | Lu | Journal of Medical Internet Research

Journal of Medical Internet Research – International Scientific Journal for Medical Research, Information and Communication on the Internet

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Puglia, Xylella mortale: un appello – Il Foglio

Un appello contro la disinformazione sul batterio che sta uccidendo l’economia salentina

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Pubblicato da su 28 aprile 2019 in editoriali, sociale

 

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Le linee guida dell’Oms: “Niente tv e smartphone ai bimbi sotto i 2 anni” | L’Huffington Post

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