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  1. […] Matthew We all know that mobile social is kind of a big deal. On average, consumers are spending 37 minutes […]

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  2. […] We all know that mobile social is kind of a big deal. On average, consumers are spending 37 minutes daily on social media, which is a greater amount of time spent doing any other activity on the In…  […]

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  3. […] Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter are hugely popular social media networks on mobile devices. Know why? Because they allow users to have a meaningful social experience without jumping around all over the web. It’s easy to favourite a photo because you can see the image right there, without leaving the app. As for Twitter, it’s dead simple to type 140 characters or less on a virtual keyboard in response to a tweet that shows up in your feed. […]

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  4. […] Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter are hugely popular social media networks on mobile devices. Know why? Because they allow users to have a meaningful social experience without jumping around all over the web. It’s easy to favourite a photo because you can see the image right there, without leaving the app. As for Twitter, it’s dead simple to type 140 characters or less on a virtual keyboard in response to a tweet that shows up in your feed. […]

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  5. […] the extraordinary volume of social media noise, brands being hypercompetitive for attention, the fragmentation of the social media and technological landscape, and certain platforms restricting the content that our audiences have easy visibility […]

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