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Facebook: All Your Mobile Ad Revenue Are Belong to Us

larrykim
This past quarter, Facebook took in a whopping $3.6 billion in ad sales, 53% more than the same period last year. Clearly, holiday marketers jumped on the social PPC bandwagon this year, but an astonishing number of advertisers also went mobile.
Facebook: All Your Mobile Ad Revenue Are Belong to Us

Social Advocacy and Politics: That’s Not a Phone, THAT’S a Phone!

DrDigipol
If you are stuck on old notions of “being presidential” or of phones, you will inevitably find the way President Obama engages with the public and the way people use smart phones to be out of synch with your (antiquated) expectations. The world is changing around us in dramatic ways. And as technology changes how we do things and, even, what we are able to do, our preconceived notions about how the world is supposed to work must change, too.
Social Advocacy and Politics: That’s Not a Phone, THAT’S a Phone!

Responsive Design: No.1 Mobile Configuration Strategy Webmasters Will Use in 2015

joym
The introduction of smartphones and other smart devices have shifted the internet usage from the desktop PCs to the hand-held devices. It is predicted by experts that the year 2015 will witness internet usage on smart devices to match the usage on the desktops. It means all the businesses should ensure that their company websites are compatible with these smart devices.
Responsive Design: No.1 Mobile Configuration Strategy Webmasters Will Use in 2015

Google Goes Local

gonzogonzo
Nowadays, there is an incredible amount of travel sites connecting travelers with local guides.
Google Goes Local

Global Digital & Social Media Stats: 2015

We Are Social Singapore
We Are Social's huge report on the state of Digital in 2015, packed with all the stats and data you need to understand internet, social and mobile trends.
Global Digital & Social Media Stats: 2015

4 Ways to Maximize Your Social Content for Mobile

thuff007
It’s estimated that 71% of people use a mobile device to access social media. That number shouldn’t surprise anyone since we all know at least one person whose nose is perpetually buried in their phone checking Twitter or posting pictures to Instagram.
4 Ways to Maximize Your Social Content for Mobile

Brands Must Connect with Mobile Travelers [INFOGRAPHIC]

gonzogonzo
Did you know the mobile travel audience spends on average 35% of their time looking for travel content on smartphones or tablets? And if you think mobile travelers represent only a small fraction on the travel industry, think again! According to the most recent Consumer Travel Report, mobile travel gross bookings represented 5% of the total travel market in 2014 and should rise up to 7% in 2015. But not all mobile travel is built the same: according to Travel Weekly, mobile bookings accounted for 20% of hotel sales on OTAs last year.
Brands Must Connect with Mobile Travelers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Non-Predictions for 2015

mfauscette
It’s that time of new year when you get deluged with analysts / bloggers predictions and prognostications. I join in most years, but this post is really more of a state of the industry, a summary of some random thoughts on software, business and digital transformation.
Some Non-Predictions for 2015

Looking Into the Crystal Ball for 2015

Curtis Harrison
I have seen the future, and there are changes coming. The biggest will likely be your need to increase your budget for social media marketing, but I’m saving that for a separate post, coming soon.
Looking Into the Crystal Ball for 2015

Social Business in a Mobile World

thuff007
You’re not imagining it, mobile devices really are everywhere. Statistics show that 90 percent of American adults own a cell phone and 58 percent of them are smartphones. When people aren’t texting or checking email, they’re surfing the internet or checking their social networks. Sometimes even while they’re in the shower!
Social Business in a Mobile World