Just a few years ago, it was easy to find a vast rack of magazines covering every interest niche imaginable at the big box store around the corner. You could sit with a stack of magazines–and an overpriced coffee—and waste away the day.
Nowadays, people are spending less time at the magazine racks and more time with their mobile devices.
Quietly, Pinterest has become the (virtual) place people discover content around their interests. [...]
Mobile ad revenues are exploding…
eMarketer’s latest numbers show a strong surge for mobile spending amongst advertisers. You’ll notice that we have a clear two horse race between Facebook and Google for ad revenue share. Interestingly, Facebook is expected to take market share from Google in 2014. And, we’re yet to feel the impact that Pinterest is going to have on overall market share once it fully launches its ad product. [...]
Today, The Drum reported that the widely popular Mobile Messaging service WhatsApp leapfrogged Facebook to become the leading mobile social messaging service.
With the rise of Snapchat, WhatsApp, WeChat (China), Vine, and the continued popularity of Instagram in 2013, there has been speculation and discussion across the second-half of 2013 that Facebook is losing its Mojo with the young/hip crowd.
For the first time Piper Jaffray’s initially launched its semi-annual report on the [...]
This chart highlights the incredibly complex world of digital marketing right now.
If you work in digital marketing, you know that things are pretty insane when it comes to making a technology decision. Just walk the floor of any major digital marketing tech show and try to wrap your head around the entire landscape. Good luck…
Yep, the scope of digital marketing is pretty amazing at [...]
When I bought my first iPhone a few years ago, I was drawn in by the allure of Apple and the world of Apps. At the time, I didn’t realize how many sensors were inside my phone.
The coolest thing for me as a consumer was the accelerometer–the sensor that enabled the iPhone to figure out if it should be in landscape or portrait mode and adjust itself accordingly.
Later, of course, [...]