Sweden is the sixth most progressive social progressive country in the world, Facebook intend to enlarge the pictures of the right columned ads while Twitter is playing with emojis. This and much more in the #MidWeekNickle dated week 15.
Like the upcoming Japanese social platform Line Twitter tries to find their connection to emojis.
The average U.S. user spent an average of 2 hours and 42 minutes per day on mobile devices in the first three months of this year, according to new data from Flurry, an app analytics service. Facebook and Instagram, which it acquired in 2012, accounted for 17% of that time.
Have you ever noticed the sidebar ads on the right side? Probably not. I think I only pushed an right columned ad. Now Facebook intend to enlarge those pictures which just might help.
- Facebook Still Dominates on Mobile, But Its Lead Has Declined
- Facebook to enlarge images in sidebar ads
Visits from YouTube, Google+, and LinkedIn are just the greatest: the highest quality web traffic you can get according to a recent study. But is it the same in Sweden?
Social media & PR
Sweden is number 6 on the list of the most socially progressive countries in the world beaten by both our neighbors Norway and the winning country New Zeeland. Follow the link for more insights.
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Talk of the week
What is technology? Kevin Kelly plays with the term technology in his talk at TEDxAmsterdam.