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Why Smart Social Marketers Think Mobile First

Why Smart Social Marketers Think Mobile First | Curation, Social Business and Beyond | Scoop.it
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This article is from mobilemarketingwatch and has some very interesting findings that you may or may not be aware of.


What is the true value of social media marketing? Ask anyone who knows what they’re doing and how to make the most of today’s leading social channels, and you’re bound to get an optimistic earful.


Unified Social has put together this infographic and here are a few things that caught my attention:


Mobile isn't coming soon, it's already here!


Smart social marketers are targeting the mobile social audience because:


The Social Mobile audience shares twice as often


78% of US Facebook users access it via mobile at least one a month


60% of Twitter users access it via mobile at least once a month


Facebook fan pages from mobile devices are 39% more engaging


Pinterest content is shared 3 times more often on mobile then on desktops


Mobile users are 66% more likely to retweet


Here are a few tips for mobile social marketing:


1. Check to make sure your content looks good in mobile feeds before posting it.


2. Make sure your pinned posts are relevant to mobile users


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Manú Iñaki's curator insight, February 11, 2014 2:33 PM

Los usuarios de smartphones son importantes para la mercadotecnia

 

willdonovan's curator insight, February 27, 2014 7:42 AM

INFOGRAPHIC ALERT: The Social Case for Mobile 1st

Brenton Millers's curator insight, March 28, 2014 12:48 AM

This info graphic created by Unified shows statistics of how social marketers target people on a mobile platform.

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Why the mobile web is not the traditional web, it's about action!

Why the mobile web is not the traditional web, it's about action! | Curation, Social Business and Beyond | Scoop.it
In the infancy stages of the mobile market’s development, much has been made of the evolution of solutions and applications designed to provide unique experiences and compelling touch points for shoppers to engage with brands, regardless of time or space.
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Move Over Obama Twitter Had a Big Night Too!

Move Over Obama Twitter Had a Big Night Too! | Curation, Social Business and Beyond | Scoop.it

This piece from Reuters declares Twitter and social media an important part of the election process after last night's twitterverse actvity.


Here are some highlights:


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama called it - in less than 140 characters.Around 11:15 pm EST, just as the networks were beginning to call the race in his favor, Obama took to Twitter to proclaim himself the winner over Republican candidate Mitt Romney. (I'm sure someone from Obama's team tweeted this) but nonetheless, the bottom line is the explosion on twitter and how important it was in this whole process.


Hopefully many businesses who have not understood the power of Twitter capturing the immediacy of feelings, trends, emotions from those who frame what's happening, to your advocates, fans, clients and customers will now understand how it can be used effectively for your cause, products, services and organization.


Here's what caught my attention:


**The fact that the president would take his message to Twitter before taking the stage in Chicago underscored the tremendouss role social media platforms like Twitter played in the 2012 election.


**"Twitter brought people closer to almost every aspect of the election this year," Horwitz said. "From breaking news, to sharing the experience of watching the debates, to interacting directly with the candidates, Twitter became a kind of nationwide caucus."


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janlgordon's comment, November 7, 2012 10:51 AM
Thank you John, it was an exciting night on Twitter!