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Recommended reading

Recommended reading

Here is a list of articles that I find informative on the topic of mobile marketing. To the best of my knowledge, these are the latest versions available as I write this post.

How can marketers make the most of mobile search? on E-Consultancy

Mobile SEO is the New Bubble, by David Liu on aext.net

Local Search On Smartphones Prime Lead Generator For Businesses [study], by Liva Judic (ok, by myself) on Search Engine Watch

Google Mobile Search Developments, by Julie Batten on ClickZ

How to Create a Successful Cross-Media Mobile Campaign, by Joshua Maa on ClickZ Asia

Proximity-Based Marketing: Mobile Devices Untether Advertising from Media by Borrell Associates (mobile proximity marketing will reach nearly $6 bln by 2015)

The Influence of Mobile on Social Marketing’s Future, by Jay Dunn on Social Media Today.

Social Media Now More Popular Than E-mail on Mobile Devices [STATS], by Lauren Indvik on Mashable.

The top social media brands on your mobile on by Relaxnews, via The Independent

Asia’s Top 50 Mobile Apps, by Serkan Toto on TechCrunch.

The U.S. Will Spend $5 Billion On Mobile Advertising In 2015, by Leena Rao on TechCrunch.

Last, but not least:
Snapshot: Mobile Data Costs in East Africa, by White African.

And again:

U.S. Teens And Their Mobile Phones | Flowtown
How American Adults Use Mobile Phones | Flowtown
The Mobile Developer Journey | Vision Mobile
Mobiles: Unexpected Journeys Through The Digital Divide by Yiibu (my favorite!)

Feel free to comment, copy, embed, share… and always name the original source. Thanks!

Something practical and fun for a Friday post.
If you’re uninitiated to dim sum ordering, here’s your bible, your dim sum 101. I found this via a tweet by Avinash. As he pointed out, the last step on this infographic is the funniest.

How to order dim sum for the uninitiated

How to order dim sum for the uninitiated

Don’t know Avinash? He’s Avinash Kaushik, author, blogger and super analytics evangelist at Google. Some call him a “guru.” As always, he’ll be with Incisive Media‘s Search Engine Watch and ClickZ at Search Engine Strategies Chicago (or SES Chicago) this month.