An obvious trend in the way we share ideas, collaborate and play is mobile. Mobile fluency is a skill that is a requirement for every marketer as well as developer and entrepreneur. And a large part of that, is of course measurement — a meta skill for everyone in tech.
Oreo recent posted the above image to their social channels in celebration of Pride Day. A brilliant move by itself as it’s extremely social to support basic human rights and equality.
Blogs get no love in the current digital landscape. In fact, blogging has gone from being everyone’s favorite “is dead” meme to simply being not talked about at all.
Ask any consumer what they intend to spend for any coming holiday, and they’ll tell you, “Not much.” The media seems to support this with stories of closing small businesses, retailers heading into bankruptcy and of course, the crushing economy.
The concept of digital social proof is not a new one. It’s been around since the 90’s as a quantitative data point such as number counts for posters on forums and boards (users used to have the “number of posts” they had under their name on a forum or board).