Mobile apps are carefully choreographed experiences. Use our Video services to record it.
Mobile usage and app usage are on the rise. If 65% smartphone usage and 34% tablet usage isn't a good indication of overall mobile opportunities, perhaps the 56% of mobile users who access apps, is an indicator of the mobile market's readiness for creating more choreographed experiences for consumers.
85% of the US audience is now viewing video online on a weekly basis, and 37% of B2B customers access videos via mobile devices to research products and services. It's more important than ever to refine your video strategy to adjust to changing technology and available marketing techniques.
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How you market your brand is very similar to having a conversation. Think of your brand as you in the conversation, your audience the other person. If you are the only one talking, what's the reaction of the other person? Eyes glazed over, boredom and basically not paying attention, right? Right!
Creating and managing a marketing strategy can be fun and challenging. Try something new that helps achieve your goal. If it doesn't work, change it. Nothing is set in stone - work with the budget you've been given and have some fun along the way.
While Facebook has the capability to “check in”, Facebook developers are taking this a step further: GPS on all the time with intent to offer you incentives related to your “likes” and location. Oh, and so your friends can stalk you.
How different would the results of a Google search be from a Facebook search? I’m thinking, pretty different.
How we search today, whether Google, Yelp or Foursquare, will change with Facebook’s Graph Search (FGS). In fact, instead of adding another player to the game, I think this will be a game changer, or lifestyle changer. If we think about how the non-search engines have made strides in how we search on our mobile devices, FGS is going to change strides in the digital world in which we are so connected to communicating with friends, families and businesses – then personalize it.