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Local Search, Social Networking and Mobile Gaming Coming of Age on Mobile Devices
Compete Releases Results of Quarterly Smartphone Intelligence Survey

Compete releases the results of the Q1 2010 Smartphone Intelligence survey, which showed major movement in the use of local search, social networking and gaming on smartphones. Compete's quarterly Smartphone Intelligence survey provides behavioral and survey-based insights into how consumers are using iPhones, BlackBerrys, Android devices and other smartphones.

Compete's Smartphone Intelligence combines consumer insights (through surveys) with behavioral data (through online click stream data) to reveal how smartphone owners are using their phones, the sites they visit on the mobile Web and what they like and dislike about their phone and experiences. Smartphone Intelligence subscribers will receive comprehensive quarterly reports with fresh data about smartphone use and behavior, as well as actionable recommendations tailored to their business.

Smartphone Intelligence also enables clients to go deeper with custom research addressing specific business questions relevant to unique segments of smartphones owners. Only Compete can bring in the online behavior of millions of consumers through click stream data to help answer these questions. To learn more about Compete's Telecom & Media experts, visit our website.


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Hyundai Sonata Most Shopped Vehicle In May
Compete Data Shows the Automaker Continues Its 2010 Hot Streak Into Summer

Hyundai Sonata was the most-shopped vehicle in May, extending the automaker's 2010 hot streak. Overall, May 2010 shopper volume (2.8 million) was the strongest for the industry since February 2008, but demand for Hyundai was most notable, hitting an all-time high of 324,000 shoppers. This drove its share of market interest (SMI) to 11.6 percent, up from 7.4 percent in Dec. 2009. That growth propelled Hyundai past Nissan (11.2 percent) and has the brand closer to eclipsing Honda (12.9 percent) and Toyota (14.2 percent), both of which experienced well-documented struggles recently.

Hyundai's recent surge was helped by successful launches of the new 2010 Tucson and the hot-selling 2011 Sonata, which was the number-one shopped model in the industry in May. It was on the list of more than 130,000 shoppers, more than Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Honda Civic or Ford Fusion.

"We saw interest rising for the Sonata immediately after its introduction around the Super Bowl, and it has stayed red hot ever since," said Dennis Bulgarelli, Director of Automotive at Compete. "Not only are we seeing prospects put Hyundai on their shopping lists in record numbers, we're also seeing Hyundai do a great job converting those shoppers to buyers. Its May sales of nearly 50,000 were 33 percent higher than a year ago, with Sonata sales nearly doubling year-over-year." Read More.

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