If your life depends on technology, you better read her report cover to cover. Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker’s yearly Internet Trends report is the ultimate compilation of essential tech statistics. Encompassing everything from funding climate to smartphone adoption to the tech giants to cutting-edge inventions, the Mary Meeker Internet Trends report has it all.
Indian cricket fans were eagerly awaiting for IndVsAus match – a mauka for India get into finals. But, on this day in-spite of Indian Twitterati’s tweeting about the match, some brands managed to make noise by conducting contests and trended on this day on Twitter.
Below is the analysis of two hastags –
We have more data than God wants anyone to have. We have more talent deployed than was ever true in history. We have more money being pumped into our ecosystem than ever before. We have our senior leadership involved like never before.
Yet the end result of all that is so far away from where it should be. We definitely stink less in most cases. But with all this data, talent, money and leadership support, we are not knocking the ball out of the park.
Keeping this in mind I have figured out 10 key factors which will help you in increasing your online revenue through properly use of social media.
For anyone who has ever posted on Facebook, or pinned something, or tweeted, and thought, “I wonder how many other people just did that too”: do we have an infographic for you, my friend.
Penny Stocks Lab has created a dynamic infographic that measures what happens on the internet during the time you spend looking at the graphic. It updates every second, and depicts the real-time activity of social media sites, services, and ecommerce – and it’s pretty amazing.
With over 1.21 billion people, about half of whom the government estimates have access to social technology, the six major political parties hope to leverage social media to increase voter turnout and, of course, their chance to lead the world’s largest democracy. Elections for the Lok Sabha, or House of the People, happen every five years, with 530 seats determined by provincial population estimates put up for grabs. Through the last two election cycles, nationwide participation hovered around 58%, but since then, social media and the expansion of communications technology generally have expanded on the subcontinent, potentially changing the equation.
Here is the list of some of the big social media giants covering up the election by providing the real time election updates by incorporating ‘Election Tracker’