Why and How your small business marketing can seize the micro moments when mobile users are looking for answers and actions, not brands.
Be ready for Google’s next mobile-friendliness push in May. Get up to speed on Accelerated Mobile Pages and start thinking about implementation so you’re not caught flat-footed.
Cyanogen’s ambitions make sense, but another fork in Android won’t really change things for US customers. An Overview of Cyanogen If you’re not the type to talk about mobile OSs, or to risk your manufacturer warranty, then you probably haven’t heard about Cyanogen. For the last few years, they’ve made the CyanogenMod, a fork of […]
Google’s pending introduction of mobile-friendly as a ranking factor is going to move mobile design to the top of priority lists. Freelancers should be able to leverage the April deadline to get new business throughout 2015. SEO has had several similar moments to this — with the early Panda updates being the most recent. And […]
Spent last Sunday walking around the Mission and stumbled upon Clarion Alley. This short alley between Mission and Valencia is a museum featuring murals and graffiti. The art ranges from memorials to fantasy worlds to religious icons. It was a beautiful day and this short walk ended up being a highlight (along with a chorizo […]
Was reviewing some old research reports and came across a Pew Internet study from February 2014 that talks about mobile phone and internet usage in emerging/developing markets. There is a lot of great stuff in this report. You can get it here. Looking at this report, I was struck by the low smartphone penetration in most […]
If you want to make your mobile data more actionable, then you need to start going deeper on the devices, operating systems, browsers and other dimensions that matter. Separating Tablets from Phones We’ll get you started by giving you separate reports for tablet and mobile device behavior. These reports are a good starting point because […]