Some interesting Twitter data was released by Sysomos that gives some good insight into how Twitter is evolving by comparing 2009 numbers with 2010. A study that is nothing to be scoffed at with a sample size of one billion tweets. Some highlights of our comparison of Twitter usage between 2009 and 2010 include: Users […]Keep Reading →
We all have excuses for why we don’t do this, that, or the other thing, and I was no exception when it came to the subject of blogging: “I don’t any free hours left on my AOL CD”, “I do’nt noe how two wright”, “I wasn’t a child actor” and on and on.Keep Reading →
The Nielsen Company just released their October 2010 statistics on mobile marketshare by device/OS, and that data shakes out like this: Total Market Share 70.3% – Feature Phone 29.7% – Smart Phone (n=19,868) Smartphone OS Market Share Apple iPhone OS (iOS), 27.9% RIM Blackberry OS, 27.4% Android OS, 22.7% Microsoft Windows Mobile, 14.0% Symbian OS, […]Keep Reading →
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