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“Focus on the user and all else will follow.” Google said it, so it must be true. Mobile user experience, beyond the surface level of your site, does matter.
Spring is in the air, which means that it’s time for the first quarterly Social Landscape Review of 2013. Let’s dive in and see what shifts the social/mobile space has undergone over the past three months that may have had … Continue reading
What a year it’s been! 2012 was filled with platform changes, behavior shifts, and brands executing brilliantly in social and mobile. We saw exciting IPOs, billion dollar acquisitions, streaming Presidential debates, an incredibly social Summer Olympics, Korean viral sensations, and averted … Continue reading
Coming off of an exciting first quarter of 2012, the big newsmaker this quarter was Facebook, which crested over 900 million active users in April, resulting in more than 125 billion friend connections, and whose users spend more time browsing … Continue reading
Connecting the dots is always easiest in hindsight, so let’s take a look at everything that shook out in Q1 of 2012 across the major social channels and between the relevant players in the space. Foursquare makes a fundamental shift … Continue reading
Here we go; the big 2011 wrap-up of changes to the social landscape. Dive in, remember, and look forward to 2012, as this year has been one filled with massive changes to the space, and the next promises to be … Continue reading