Here is good infographic to use for mobile statistics and information.
Oh, yeah, man! Your iPhone is waterproof! Like, totally!
This is scary: Even one second delay can cost you several million dollars of lost revenue from your local mobile site.
When it comes to mobile marketing, financial services use mobile ads more than any other. The next industries in line are telecommunication, restaurant, health and beauty, travel and auto.
In an article about the rise of context apps, Robert Scoble shows iPhone users use more apps: “What is this pro-iPhone point of view? Well, Path ships on both iPhone and Android. If you look at the market share numbers … Continued
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Mobile marketing will dominate the face of advertising and marketing for years to come. The Atlantic takes a closer look.
In this video Matt Cutts from Google helps clear up questions about mobile marketing and duplicate content.
HTC’s head honcho says iPhones are for old people.
This video takes a look at how smartphones are changing consumer habits in searching, shopping, socializing, and traveling.