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Wearable Devices Influence Study

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Nike FuelBand or Fitbit? Pebble Smart Watch or Samsung Galaxy Gear? What are influencers saying about Google Glass seven months after its initial release? Which media outlets are the most influential ...

Nike FuelBand or Fitbit? Pebble Smart Watch or Samsung Galaxy Gear? What are influencers saying about Google Glass seven months after its initial release? Which media outlets are the most influential in the wearable device space? These are just a few of the themes Appinions explores in this Wearable Devices Influence Study.

This influence study contains an analysis of the most influential brands, products, media and executives that are driving conversations about wearable devices. This study also drills down into the key products associated with wearable devices: smart watches, smart glasses, and health & fitness products to unveil the key influencers and extract the most resonant opinions on these issues. The insights provided in this analysis – such as knowing that the majority share of influence on the topic of wearable devices sits with just three media outlets, or knowing where each brand ranks in influence compared to competitors and why – yield actionable insights from influencers that can inform and guide marketing strategies.

This influence study was developed in conjunction with Red Consultancy for the RedTechTalk taking place in London, England on October 30, 2013.

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