#Socialnomics 2014 by Erik Qualman is the fifth version of the most watched video series on Social Media. Qualman is a #1 best selling author and keynote speaker on digital leadership.
Bern Hyperlapsed’ is a short portrait of Bern, the capital city of Switzerland. The film consists of around 3500 single pictures, mainly taken between December 2013 and March 2014.
Everyone is freaking out about this chart from mobile analytics company Flurry on Twitter today. It shows people spend 86% of their time on iOS and Android devices in apps. The mobile browser only accounts for 14% of our time now. A year ago, 80% of time was spent in apps, and 20% was in the mobile browser. Chart via Statista.
Fuente: Business Insider
Companies love to get into the April Fools’ Day spirit as a clever form of marketing, but no one takes it as seriously as Google. Google has partnered with Nintendo and Pokémon to create a new Google Maps challenge. Google hid 150 of the digital monsters around the globe on Google Maps, encouraging users to explore the globe to “catch them all.”
What is this video and why does it feel so familiar? It is an amalgamation of every single generic brand video that you’ve ever seen, regardless of what it’s for. It’s every awful advertising trend in under three minutes.
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