Mobile now makes up 15% of Web traffic, up from 10% a year ago, notes Mary Meeker in her latest...

Mobile now makes up 15% of Web traffic, up from 10% a year ago, notes Mary Meeker in her latest Internet Trends Report. Also mentioned: China (BIDU, SINA, SOHU, YOKU) has 564M Web users (42% penetration), with 75% accessing the Web from their phones (71% use PCs); India's Web penetration is only at 11% (137M users); mobile now makes up 12% of U.S. media viewing time (it's 22% in China) and 3% of ad spend, up from 10% and 1% before; YouTube's (GOOG) per-minute video uploads are up 5x since '09; 60% of Facebook (FB) users log in daily, and the site receives 350M daily photo uploads; global smartphone penetration is still only at 21%. (Meeker in 2012)
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  • Herr Hansa
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    Dynamic content that adapts to the screens of various devices, will become more important in the near future. I remain unconvinced that ad content will be successful on mobile, compared to larger devices. The lack of effective mobile advertising may push mobile internet ahead of freemium apps.
    29 May 2013, 03:38 PM Reply Like
  • Clayton Rulli
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    29 May 2013, 04:33 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Bryant
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    One thing I can say, (FB) is so much easier and more fun mobile. I can eat at a restaurant and take a picture of the food to post on (FB).
    30 May 2013, 12:04 AM Reply Like
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