It has been interesting to see peoples’ and media reactions and responses to the fact that people are now performing the majority of their internet activity and everyday tasks on their mobiles. Some of these are written as if this is a surprise, some as if ‘well, hey, every year they say this is the … Continue reading It shouldn’t be a surprise: mobile first/social first
A concise and good guide for any size of business on some of the rules of engagement with social media.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
For the past few days, I have been thinking about the evolution of what media is and its expanded role in the information ecosystem. What got me thinking was Twitter co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey’s decision to blog his side of the story about his reduced role at Twitter. A few months ago,…
Mobile photography has changed dramatically (understatement) and reading this article on Hipstamatic and the challenges they have faced in the iPhonography world, made me think about what where some of the first mobile photos I had taken. 2002 is my earliest Flickr image (posted in 2005 after having to delete my account and start again), … Continue reading 2006, when nokia was it for mobile photos
Advertising Age have an upcoming conference covering Social TV in LA and it is interesting to see ahead of this the number start ups and established businesses already making up the ecosystem to support this arena. This does worry me I have to say, as this is still an arena in early adoption (bowling alley) … Continue reading Social TV: the growth of an ecosystem
Originally posted on Just Social Media:
I recently discovered some social media statistics that businesses and social marketers will find very interesting. 4.8 billion people now own mobile phones – MindJumpers Social media and blogs reach 80% of all US Internet users of which there are 245 million – Nielsen There are 1 billion Facebook…
Great piece of work from beevolve and a good analysis from paidcontent on the profile of the average twitter user. But I would argue, due the nature of the product and the medium that most tweeters, authors, retweeters & curators of content are posting to their followers and not the ‘mass profile’ of twitter users. … Continue reading Is there such a thing as an ‘average’ twitter user?