Mobile Infographic: Embrace the Mobile Web

My new hobby is collecting infographics about mobile marketing and mobile development. Today I heard an astonishing figure that 55% of Twitter users are visiting the 9th-ranked Alexa site using mobile devices. If you are posting links that don’t go to mobile pages, there’s a very good chance that you’ve wasted the time it took […] Read more »

Mobile Quiz – Are you a mobile expert?

So, you think you’re a mobile expert, eh? Prove it! Take the mobile quiz and find out if you really know all there is to know about mobile. Hint: You might want to look through the mobiEnthusiast posts about Finland before answering question 10. Good luck, and let us know how you did! Read more »

Should you rely on Facebook for mobile marketing?

Some people still don’t understand that Facebook is not their own personal website. Today, for example, someone asked this question on LinkedIn: Will Facebook Fan Pages eventually replace websites? What are the advantages/disadvantages of each platform for a business? Facebook Fan Pages will not replace websites for savvy marketers. Facebook, although it looks to be […] Read more »

Mobile Marketing Survey

If you want something done, go to LinkedIn. Earlier this week, a fellow mobile marketer, Aurélien Fonteneau, asked for help with his dissertation: Hi all, I am currently a business school student and I’m writing a thesis about mobile marketing, the exact management issue being “The added value of mobile marketing compared to internet and […] Read more »

Social Media: Playtime is Officially Over

10 Reasons in 2 minutes on why you need to be there.   For any business owners who still think Twitter and Facebook are frivolous ventures, this video will make you think twice. Reason #6 on the video is what mobiEnthusiast readers have suspected for some time: “Reason #6: Because the next 3 Billion people […] Read more »

Why You Should Know Mark Fulton

If you are interested at all in making websites, social media, analytics, trends, WordPress, or just interesting tech reading in general, then do yourself a favor and become a regular reader of Mark Fulton‘s work. Mark runs Dotsauce Magazine, an industry website for people who invest in domain names. That’s a good website. However, the […] Read more »

Microblogging.com: Not Just for Twitter

Microblogging has matured to the point where CNN recently announced it prefers to take story ideas only via Twitter. But the phenomenon of microblogging goes far beyond Twitter, according to Microblogging.com, a site that catalogs microblogging and other social media services. For example, Status.net (formerly Laconi.ca) now makes it easy for people to start their own […] Read more »