After 13 years honoring the online Web, The Webby Awards announces its first set of mobile Web winners, saying: “The mobile Web has outgrown its infancy to become the next truly exciting avenue for content, services and commerce. The inaugural Webby mobile winners have shown the foresight and ingenuity to excel within a quickly changing and increasingly fragmented mobile Web universe.”
We’re reviewing the mobiThinking mobile-marking/Web links page. We think it’s fair to say that this is the most comprehensive collection of resources out there, but we know there are lots more we could include.
As mobiThinking published the inaugural Top Ten mobiThinkers, we were asked the following questions by the daily newsletter Mobile Marketer.
mobiThinking recommends this excellent mobile report from EyeForTravel. This will be a valuable primer for all businesses – but is an essential for anyone in travel. It brings together one of the best collections of global statistics, from various reputable sources, we’ve seen in a while and it draws some useful conclusions.
One of the most exciting things about the mobile Web is the myriad ways it can help communities in need. Non-profit-making organizations – charities – have been quick to spot that mobile Web is a great way to trigger mobile giving.
ad:tech is offering mobiThinking readers a 10 percent discount on its inaugural MobileMix event at ad:tech San Francisco, April 21 , 2009.
Brands that focus on the iPhone are ignoring the vast majority of customers that use other phones. That’s the message from mobile analytics firm Bango and it’s clearly underscored by the latest statistics.
It’s no coincidence that the Mobile Marketing Association chose Brazil for its Latin American Forum this week. With 152 million mobile subscribers at the last count by Anatel (the country’s regulator), it’s a mobile market that’s tipped to be as hot as Brazil’s legendary summers.
CTIA is offering mobiThinking readers excellent discounts on two concurrent one-day special-interest seminars at its annual event in Las Vegas, March 31, 2009: Billboard Mobile Entertainment Live! ($249) and Mobile Marketing and Advertising ($249).
The US was crowned top country for mobile Internet browsing last week by the press, as mobile analytics company Bango released its latest figures, overtaking the UK. But can we say with certainty that the US is number one and UK is number two?