Traveling to a marketing conference in Scottsdale today, so here’s the roundup from last night’s best headlines:
Facebook Marketing Goes to the Super Bowl (InsideFacebook) Over and over again, we are reminded that this is the year the Superbowl ad becomes an adjunct to an ongoing social media platform. Good.
More Than Half Of Mobile Pageviews Are To Social Networking Sites (BI) This in no way is a surprise but it’s worth reiterating: social drives mobile drives social drives mobile drives location drives mobile drives content consumption drives brands.
3 New Ways to Measure the Social Web (Mashable) These are certainly *not* new (we’ve been measuring these and more for years at FM), but any evolving consensus on measurement is worth pointing out, and reinforcing.
Time Spent on Social Media Surges (MarketingProfs) You want metrics proving the social web is huge? Here’s more.
Top Marketing Innovation Killers (iMedia) Well, don’t kill innovation. Just don’t make silly mistakes. And make sure your partner can deliver. That’s certainly my focus.
Google before you Tweet is the new think before you speak. (TheNextWeb) Funny.
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Do any of these articles attempt to explain what they’re talking about when they say “social media” or “social networking”? If not, then all the stats are meaningless.