#RJIMobileFirst: Mobile Initiatives at Media Companies and Strat Comm Firms
During the two-day event, attendees and those viewing the live stream will hear from some of the largest and most innovative companies in media and the revenue side of the business. You’ll hear from Google, The Weather Channel, Hearst, Scripps and others. Follow our student curators who will be posting their expanded content about these speakers’ companies and topics here. Also, post event, check back here for an archive of these speakers’ presentations.
Our student team will capture insights and news relating to:
- Mobile Innovation – Is the Mobile Web emerging as an important channel compared to Apps?
- Audiences – What audience data and analytics resources are driving Mobile First strategies and tactics?
- Revenue – How are existing Mobile First initiatives performing for the business side of the media and for strategic communications firms?
via The Big Lead
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via Search Engine Land
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Mashable, the leading media company for the Connected Generation and the voice of digital culture announced today the release of its new iOS app for iPhone. Mashable reports on the digital revolution and how digital is empowering and inspiring people around the world, while keeping readers ahead of the pack through its proprietary Velocity platform that predicts what content will go viral next.
Most publishers pushing into video try get people to their sites and then use YouTube for marketing. Not so for Mashable, which is centralizing its video strategy firmly around YouTube. Over the last year, the tech news and Web-culture publisher has aggressively built a bigger presence on the ...