I know it has been a while since the last comms news round up. I have been chilling in Ghana for the past two weeks but now I am back so here we go! This week’s comms news curated via @CisionUK.
“Last year I wrote about the social media landscape infographic, highlighting the placement of Facebook and Google as all-encompassing, central networks. Fred Cavazza has published his 2012 version, and this year’s edition has quite a bit to take in – (click the thumbnail to see the full size image).”
“The ‘rise of mobile’ has been a hot topic in online for years; however, at the start of 2012 it’s beginning to feel like mobile marketing has finally arrived as a channel worth shouting about both in terms of viability and, more importantly for the bottom line, profitability.”
“Founded in 2008, Posterous, which has gone head to head with Tumblr (a more popular simple blogging site), emerged from the well-known Silicon Valley technology incubator, Y Combinator.”
“Huffington Post UK has launched a new sports section with blogs from Olympics chief Lord Coe, former England rugby captain Will Carling and tennis player Andy Murray.”
“Since its launch in March of 2010, Pinterest has shown explosive growth and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. So what is with all the interest in Pinterest and is it warranted?”