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Socialnomics has created several versions of Social Media Revolution.  These videos provide interesting social media and mobile statistics that are based on the book Socialnomics by Erik Qualman.

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I have recently viewed an excellent video “The State of Wikipedia” produced by Jess3.com.  Wikipedia just celebrated its 10th anniversary with a collection of more than 17 million articles in over 270 languages.  Wikipedia has undoubtedly become one of the most successful wiki and the most visited encyclopedia online.  “The State of Wikipedia” explores the rich history and inner-workings of the web-based encyclopedia.

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I recently found two great YouTube videos presenting interesting statistics as well as future predictions about mobile technology and mobile media.

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It is not surprising that 2010 was the year mobile connected the world. Armed with stunning statistics, facts, and visual cues, Mobile Future produced this informative video.  The video takes a tour of key consumer and technology mobile trends across an eventful year. Some highlights of the video include:

Massive increase in apps downloaded:

  • 5 billion apps downloaded – up from 300 million in 2009

Whopping expansion of location-based services

  • 5 million Foursquare users – up from 200,000 users in 2009

Surge in mobile social media platforms

  • 347 percent growth in Twitter mobile usage
  • 200 million mobile Facebook Users
  • 100 million YouTube videos played on mobile devices everyday

It is anticipated that mobile data traffic and apps will continue this phenomenal growth in 2011.  I think the mobile future is full of excitement and opportunity.

 

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I just watched an interesting video published on YouTube a week ago. The video gives the state of the Internet with lots of facts, figures and illustrations. It highlights the incredible growth of the Internet and technology that we are all experiencing by providing us incredible statistics.  Here is the video.  Enjoy!

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