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Top Trends of 2012: The Continuing Rapid Growth of Mobile

Top Trends of 2012: The Continuing Rapid Growth of Mobile | Social Media and Journalists | Scoop.it

Does your journalism content play well on mobile platforms? If you're not thinking about that, probably you should be. This ReadWriteWeb article provides perspective on where people put their attention -- increasingly, it's on their phone.

 

(Published July 5, 2012.)

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Instagram signs up a new user every second; more than 10 million users

Instagram signs up a new user every second; more than 10 million users | Social Media and Journalists | Scoop.it

"So what made Instagram so successful? Some of it was good timing ... the app launched not long after the new iPhone 4 was released ... had a much better camera than its predecessor. This led to more demand for a good photo-sharing service ... Instagram was one of the few photo apps that connected to other services as well as its own, including Flickr and Tumblr and Facebook."

 

(Published Sept. 27, 2011.)

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Mobile will leapfrog PC as the primary screen – for consumers and ads alike

Mobile will leapfrog PC as the primary screen – for consumers and ads alike | Social Media and Journalists | Scoop.it

Are news organizations paying sufficient attention to mobile delivery, attention and engagement?

 

“Mobile commerce now accounts for 8% of US ecommerce. In May 2012, mobile usage hit 10% of global internet traffic, up from 5% last year. Still, companies complain that they haven’t been able to monetize mobile as quickly as expected, especially in light of how quickly the mobile market population is growing. Currently, mobile revenue still relies heavily on in-app purchases (71%) over mobile advertising (29%).”

 

(Published June 7, 2012.)


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Mobile Apps Let Newsrooms Assign ‘Citizen Journalists’

Mobile Apps Let Newsrooms Assign ‘Citizen Journalists’ | Social Media and Journalists | Scoop.it

"Photo and video journalists retain rights to the work they create using the app and can share it with their followers on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. The free service launched for iPhone last November ... "

 

(Published Jan. 31, 2012.) Rawporter for iPhone; Android app coming later.

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