A new study shows that, despite being the most prolific OS, Android users generate half the amount of Web traffic as iOS users. However, the study only looked at U.S. data and a small pool of just 10 Web sites.
In the Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing: Digital Trends for 2013 by eConsultancy, produced in partnership with Adobe, they have surveyed around 700 businesses to find out ther top digital marketing priorities in 2013.
Below are the top 5 :
1. Content Marketing 2. Conversion Rate Optimisation 3. Social Media Engagement 4. Tageting and Personalization 5. Mobile Optimization
Say you’re planning a big trip to New York. You want to get in touch with friends to go to a movie or a concert while you’re in the Big Apple, but can’t remember exactly which of your Facebook friends lives there.
(TrendHunter.com) Piq is a social jukebox that democratizes the music choosing process. Usually, party goers are constrained to the music of a single device and the tastes of a single person; the only way to change...
Our global, collaborative marketplace is driving innovation faster than ever before. Small companies are leveraging the power of social and automated marketing, appearing larger and making it harder to differentiate between small and big businesses. This increased lack of differentiation means it’s getting harder to get noticed.
Disruption in the marketing world is not a new idea – in fact, it’s one of its founding principles. But there are two sides to disruption – dark and delightful. How many times have you been confused by that home page takeover that unexpectedly interrupts the article you’re reading online? Or the video that autoplays from a mysterious place on a website you’re visiting, leaving you scrambling for your speaker volume? This is the dark side of disruption – annoying, frustrating and downright ineffective. Disruption to gain audience attention, when done right, can be absolutely delightful.