InterMedia site with research on trends in media markets, particularly Africa. The site’s acting a bit wonky for me, but it looks like it could be a useful resource for research.
InMobi and Mobile Advertising in Africa —... →
From their July 2010 statistics, Africa has over 2.8 billion mobile ad impressions available, an 18.5% growth from just one month before (June 2010). That’s an amazing figure, and amazing growth, by anyone’s standards. Only 16% of that inventory is on smartphones.
Infographic: Social Media Equivalents in Korea -... →
So helpful! I wish I knew where the information comes from to know how to verify it, but still a really good jumping off point for thinking about what to use in each market
Well, Facebook has rolled out the new groups, approximately a week after I launched a page for something that might do better as a new group. Should I switch? Is it possible to bring over 300 fans? Given how new this is, is this the time to switch before it gets any bigger? Here are the differences… Page: - all posts made by an admin are made as the PAGE itself rather than as the...
Cover it Live test
Practice Session Verdict: I like it. This is a great tool (yes, I know I’m behind the curve). The only thing I wish is that it had more social features. I’d love to be able to cross-post to Twitter/Facebook and the live chat box, rather than just being able to pull in tweets.
The Facebook News Feed: How it Works,10 Biggest... →
An experiment about what it takes to ensure that you show up in someone’s news feed. The takeaways: 1) Links trump status updates, photos/videos trump links. I wonder if a YouTube video is considered a link or a video by Facebook’s algorithm. 2) Comments are the key. He doesn’t really say anything about what likes do, just comments. I would imagine that it’s...
Testing UStream embed
Behind-the-scenes innovation: How NPR’s Project... →
Wow. Tag items on Delicious and Delicious talks to Wordpress to make them easily accessible to bloggers doing link roundups. It also powers topic pages. That is pretty cool.