Chris Quigley, MD of Sharethrough, gives insights into the change in content consumption, the rise of the mobile feed and explains why native helps answer this changing user behaviour. Social media and the prevalence of smart phones has led to the explosion of content creation. Mobile content consumption has subsequently rocketed over the last 12...
Pinterest has long been considered the preserve of women, with boards dedicated to accessories, wedding planning and cupcakes. The ‘visual bookmarking’ site is hoping to change that, but can it succeed?
As of September 2013, three year-old social site Pinterest has over 70m users, and according to a study by Shareaholic, Pinterest is driving more traffic to publishers than Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit and Google+ combined.
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