Category Archive for 'Tech Development'

Last week Twitter launched the new video feature making it possible for users to easily capture and share videos without leaving the app.
The launch comes in a time where the social platform has been struggling to keep up with Facebook-owned and video-enabled Instagram. Furthermore, a new group direct message feature was added, which appears to be an invite for the mobile-focused millennials who seem to prefer group messaging apps such as WhatsApp (another Facebook property via acquisition) as well as Snapchat.

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Attending the European Conference of Information Systems in Tel Aviv last week, I was happy to find that areas such as data visualization, predictive analytics, social CRM and ROI etc found their way into the conference. These areas have been somewhat excluded in the past by more traditional information systems research. This shift in mindset also shows a warming towards potential industry topics on the program that can be far more relevant to practice. Industries such as marketing now rely heavily on a new field of social data science to make sense of the large quantities of information about their brand community.

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So unless you’ve been buried under a rock, you’ve probably heard of ‘big data’ as it’s one of the really hyped buzzwords in this industry. And if you haven’t, I’ll give you an example of my first encounter with big data.

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We are soon entering a new year, and it is therefore time to make an overview of how the digital landscape has evolved during the past year. I find that the end of a year is always an exciting time, as you see so many predictions for the coming year as well as conclusions of […]

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We frequently see companies making use of mobile apps to promote their brand. Either by developing their own app, such as Converse’s The Sampler or by sponsoring already existing apps, such as Procter & Gamble sponsoring SitOrSquat. Today, Carlsberg launches a different kind of branded mobile app: a non-branded app. An app with no trace […]

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The rise of smartphones has paved the way for the SoLoMo revolution. Today, people are increasingly using social media as a natural part of their everyday lives, especially when on the move. People are connecting to their social networks through their mobile phones, and last week Socialbakers announced that the majority of Facebook users (57%) […]

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On a large scale, people have gone from watching cable to connected TV. A study commissioned by Tremor Video shows that people spend more time watching video on connected TV than on any other device. With connected TV it’s possible to get closer to the audience. The integration of devices and the online connection open […]

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Facebook has announced that the timeline design will now also be implemented for pages on mobile devices, which can improve user engagement. The timeline design will make the Facebook experience more consistent and could also help improve conversations for mobile Sponsored Stories. A study made by AdParlor shows that the conversation rate of users who […]

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People walk around with small computers in their pockets. Smartphones let us share real time events and connect with each other anywhere, anytime. As we have written in a previous post about social media mobile usage, more than half of all Facebook users are mobile. These numbers put together means that nearly 360M Facebook users check […]

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Last month, I asked the question: “Should brands give up on QR codes”? I argued that the ubiquitous black and white squares often failed to create true engagement with their users and that this is the reason why the excitement about them seemed to subside. However, I did also state that QR codes could be […]

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