YouTube's Traffic Comes From Mobile (what does this mean for you?)

YouTube has been the most popular streaming site for videos on the Internet for quite some time, and its traffic shows no signs of slowing down. While YouTube is still facing the challenging of making a profit of the traffic to the site, Google revealed earlier this year in its earnings that 40% of its current traffic to YouTube comes from mobile users, an increase from 25% in 2012 and 6% in 2011.

As soon as 2014, YouTube may consider shifting its content so that users of mobile devices such as Smartphones and tablets have better access to the content. It’s no surprise that mobile usage of YouTube has increased; the trend goes hand-in-hand with other technological movements like the incorporation of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media networking sites. In fact, Facebook reported that it had 819 million monthly users or 73% of its total 1.15 billion users in the second quarter of 2013.

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Author: Guest Author

The Basics of Inbound Marketing

Have you heard of inbound marketing? If not, we wanted to take this opportunity to give you a basic overview of how inbound marketing can be used to drive more traffic to your website, increase sales leads and convert more of your leads to customers using social media tools and networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Blogs, etc.

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Author: Jeff Coon

Examples of Milwaukee Non Profits and Business using Social Media

Here are a couple good examples of both business and non profits using social media here in Milwaukee.

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Author: Steve James