Published 29th March Welcome to the 217th edition of Carnival of the Mobilists. This week it is again the turn of leading mobile strategist Martin Wilson of Indigo102 to provide his take on a week in mobile. A week in mobile is never a dull affair. The mobile buzz has continued in no uncertain terms;[…]
Published 24th March Guest post published on mSearchGroove EDITOR’S NOTE: Mobile advertising is certain the hot topic at CTIA, where Mobile Web And Apps World Forum (Ajit Jaokar’s CTIA partner event) was standing room only. (Well done Ajit!) Players from across the ecosystem are anxious to explore new models to monetize inventory, apps and services. However,[…]
Published 22nd March According to investir.fi and a number of other reliable sources the world’s leading people search engine 123people, from Austria, has been acquired by the leading French yellow pages company Pages Jaunes. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Although rumor is from EUR 10 to 15 million. 123people was profitable, but they will not reveal[…]
Published 14th January The frenzy has started as organisations jostle for a position in the mobile application hall of fame – ‘Local’ is shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested areas. What is it really going to take to make a mark and how ‘Local’ can you go? The Apple strap-line resonates[…]
Published 10th September Today the overwhelming majority of people with mobile phones use it to communicate with each other. Interactive communication is the most predominant, most consistent, and most active use of the mobile today. The mobile phone is a communication and social tool. The mobile has given a freedom to the consumer to be[…]
Published 14th August Having recently read about the raging debate at Marketing Week on the potential impact online video will have on television advertising. Yesterday the bus waiting experience came true. Nothing for a while then a couple come a long at the same time. Online video as a promotional medium – broadcasters may well be worried.[…]
The thoughts of a London schoolboy, Matthew Robson, on how he and friends consume media has become a sensation among City analysts and media executives desperate to discover the habits of younger generations.
Author: Martin Wilson Despite so much doom and gloom about local advertising in general – across newspapers, direct mail, TV, radio, yellow pages, outdoor, magazines and fixed online – collectively forecast by BIA Financial Network (BIA), parent of the Kelsey Group, to decline to $144.4 billion by 2013 from $155 billion last year. The decline[…]