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104 Fascinating Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2014 (and 2015)

Webbiquity SMM

The rest are lurkers. 10 Mobile Marketing Stats. 94% of CMOs plan to use mobile applications within the next 3-5 years. Over half of all mobile searches lead to a purchase. 78% of Facebook users are mobile-only. 64% of decision-makers read their e-mail via mobile devices. Almost half–48%–of all emails are opened on mobile devices. 71% of users access social media from a mobile device.

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85% of Facebook’s 955M Active Users Are “Creating Content”

The Realtime Report

Now with 955 million monthly active users ( half of them accessing Facebook via mobile ), Facebook’s Head of Audience Insights Robert D’Onofrio says that around 85% of those users are creating some form of content ( AdAge ). Monthly active users on Facebook are defined as anyone who has visited Facebook via its website or mobile site, or clicked on a Facebook share button from another (third-party) site within the past month. How engaged is Facebook’s user base?

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Smarter Ways to Measure Authoritative Content

Waxing UnLyrical

First, I’m going to do the possibly douchey thing of quoting myself, primarily to provide context for this post (I don’t want to assume you read last week’s post): The reason social advertising is becoming so successful is that people are consuming and sharing content, significantly via mobile devices, and significantly via social networks, now more than ever before.

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“The Algorithm,” Explained

Likeable

John spends thousands of dollars on this hobby every year, but he is a social media “lurker” and doesn’t engage with (i.e. Your ad/post is a mostly interruptive presence in a user’s feed, and users will scroll past it in a microsecond if it doesn’t grab their attention— especially on mobile. “The Algorithm.” [cue

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17 Plugins to Improve Your WordPress Blog

Ari Herzog

WPTouch provides a mobile-friendly view of this blog for smartphones and other mobile devices. Contact Commenters , the subject of an earlier article illustrating how to turn a lurker into a user , enables me to target email messages to people who comment on specific posts or haven’t commented in a given period of time. Plug photo by Adam Mulligan on Flickr. One of the neat aspects about WordPress is nobody owns it.

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10 Tips to Build Better Converting Twitter Traffic

Sprout Social

It’s not that easy because Twitter users are lurkers. Make sure your landing page is: Mobile friendly: Use Google’s tool to preview your page on a mobile device. Twitter is an integral part of social media marketing these days. Almost every business, big and small, is on Twitter. It’s the perfect network for connecting to customers in real time and building connections.

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23 WordPress Plugins I Use: Part 5

Ari Herzog

WPTouch iPhone Theme provides a mobile-friendly view of this blog for a range of smartphones and other mobile devices. Contact Commenters , the subject of an earlier article illustrating how to turn a lurker into a user , enables me to send targeted email messages to people who comment on specific posts or haven’t commented in a given period of time. Three notes before continuing. First: The following plugins only apply for self-hosted WordPress blogs.

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20 Important TikTok Stats Marketers Need to Know in 2020

Hootsuite

Figures released from mobile data and analytics company AppAnnie show that TikTok tops the download charts this year. But for every two TikTok lurkers there’s about one creator: 34% of the app’s daily active users in the U.S. blockquote.tiktok-embed { all: unset !important;

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78 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Tips, Guides, Tools and Strategies of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Kevin Barenblat presentes a taxonomy of social media failure types, including “canned responders,&# spammers, lurkers and serial re-tweeters. A collection of short summaries and links to a huge list of posts about Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, mobile marketing and business development. With the amount of helpful content about social media marketing growing faster than Facebook’s user base or Lindsay Lohan’s court appearances, it’s tough to keep up.

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Blogosphere Trends + Effective Calls to Action

ProBlogger

You know that most of your readers are lurkers, but how do you lure them out to become an active part of your community? Example: The Consumerist ’s “ Make Your Voice Heard On The AT&T/T-Mobile Deal ”. You might be saying, “I’m a blogger, not a sales person. I create content. Why would I need to worry about calls to action?” But if you are, I’d encourage you to adjust your thinking.

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The Ultimate List of Social Media Definitions You Need to Know

Hootsuite

This is a digital file, such as a PDF or EPUB, for reading on a computer, mobile device, or dedicated ebook reader. Lurker. A lurker is someone who watches a social media feed or belongs to a social media group but does not engage with the content with a like or reply. —M—.

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Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.

Convince & Convert

Fully virtual, fully mobile. link] saving4someday Jay, I have been a long time lurker but wanted to wish you and your family all the best.