Mobile is not just the future of marketing. It’s right here right now. If your business isn’t marketing via mobile you are missing out!
My advice: Catch up!
There will be more mobile subscriptions than people in the world by the end of next year, according to a UN agency report.
The International Telecoms Union predicts that subscriptions will pass seven billion early in 2014.
There are currently 6.8 billion mobile subscriptions and 7.1 billion people.
The ITU World in 2013 report also found that more than [..]
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Ars Technica’s Review of Apple’s new OS X Lion made $15,000 in 24 hours by selling 3,000 ebooks at $5 each.
It’s the same principle as ever for online success, putting quality content in front of a hungry crowd and driving the traffic to your site. With that in mind it helped that the initial review got 3 million views.
Discover the full story here on TNW Media.
Unless you’ve been under a rock in the past few months you’ll know about the LinkedIn IPO and you’ll have picked up on the buzz about The Business Social Network growing at a rate faster than a new user every second. As I have blogged previously; increasingly if you’re not LinkedIn, you’re left out.
Hackday is the day every month when LinkedIn’s engineers get together to leave the regular day job and take their creativity ‘off-piste.’ One outcome from this is the visually gorgeous and intellectually fascinating LinkedIn Swarm. Taking the idea of the Tag Cloud (a ‘cloud’ of keywords with the most commonly searched / mentioned keywords being displayed in proportionately larger, bolder fonts) and adding movement, that’s Swarm.
In a rotation, the swarming cloud of keywords shows you the terms, jobs, industries, sectors, titles currently receiving the highest search enquiries across global LinkedIn. Check it because it’s beautiful. Check it because it’s fascinating. Check it because it’s useful. Click it to find out more.
Find out more from its creator, Matthew Shoup here on the LinkedIn Blog.
Read another of my blog posts, 14 Ways to Use LinkedIn to Find Your Next Job.
You won’t know where it’s going next…
… but you will watch it to the end (because, cleverly the last scene doesn’t quite work).