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  • Infographic: Mobile World Congress 2014

    27 February 2014

    With the 2014 Mobile World Congress coming to a close and with all the news and noise at the show, Gorkana Group today released its initial findings of its Mobile World Congress 2014 Social Insight Report, noting the top personality, most buzzed-about organizations, winning products and operating systems.

    Like CES earlier this year, Samsung took top billing as the most-discussed organisation, but which products did people talk about the most? How much noise did Mark Zuckerberg’s first attendance make? Who won the wearables battle?

    Take a look at the infographic below:


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    Tags: Mobile, Infographic, Mobile World Congress, Technology

  • Infographic: Asia-Pacific's pay-TV boom

    06 February 2014

    Asia Pacific offers a dynamic mix of both highly-developed TV markets and those with enormous potential. In fact, four of the top 10 biggest pay-TV markets come from the region.

    Take a look at this snapshot of the pay-TV market from 2012 through to 2018, brought to you by the Festival of Media Asia Pacific, where Steve Mosko, president of Sony Pictures Television will be talking to Charlie Crowe, chairman and editor-in-chief of C Squared at the Capella Singapore 16-18 March.

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    Tags: Infographic, FOMA, Asia Pacific, TV

  • An insight into native advertising

    03 February 2014

    With 99.8% of banner ads now being ignored by online users, native advertising is becoming graciously welcomed by marketers. There has been a lot of hype around the subject, but what actually is native advertising?

    For a full insight on the subject, take a look at ‘a rough guide to native advertising’. The guide, created by the Festival of Media Intelligence and in association with Forbes covers the basics and considers whether this new technique is here to last. For your complimentary copy click here.

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    Posted by: Laura Bracher

    Tags: Forbes, Infographic, Festival Intelligence , Native Advertising

  • Infographic: The landscape of social login

    30 January 2014

    Gigya have created an infographic which shows how people are using Facebook to log in to their favourite sites across the world, with individual breakdowns for various sectors, including eCommerce, media, travel and hospitality sites.

    Key findings include that Facebook is by far the most dominant platform for social logins, with a staggering 76% of social media-savvy consumers log in through Facebook to use eCommerce sites, while 59% use it to log in to travel and hospitality sites – a 9% jump on the previous quarter.

    In addition to regular social logins, Facebook also leads the way with logins via ...

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    Tags: Social Media, Infographic, Facebook

  • The history of mobile advertising: infographic

    02 July 2013

    Mobile advertising has exploded in the last few years. But how did it all begin? Take a look at this infographic from Solve Media mapping the who’s who, the what’s what and the evolution of the mobile advertising industry:

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    Posted by: Jenni Baker

    Tags: Mobile, Infographic

  • Mobile RTB in 2013: infographic

    06 March 2013

    Rubicom Project has been busy polling agencies to find out what the year ahead has in store for real-time bidding on mobile. Here's what they had to say:

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    Tags: Mobile, Infographic, real time bidding

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