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Wikimedia mobile trends

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An overview of trends in mobile readership and contributions to Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects.

An overview of trends in mobile readership and contributions to Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects.

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  • 1. Mobile trends Wikimedia Analytics Team Monthly Metrics Meeting 31 July 2014
  • 2. Overview readership and contribution trends editor acquisition editor activation anonymous editing
  • 3. desktop site mobile site app desktop tablet phone device class target site Terminology
  • 4. Global contributions and readership
  • 5. Contributions desktop → desktop site 3,000,000 2,000,000 1,000,000
  • 6. phone → appContributions
  • 7. tablet → desktop site Contributions tablet → mobile site phone → app phone → mobile site
  • 8. Newly registered users mobile site
  • 9. Editor activation https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Mobile_editor_engagement/Editor_activation EN
  • 10. RU
  • 11. FR
  • 12. EN
  • 13. Editor activation: tablets
  • 14. Anonymous editors: tablets
  • 15. Summary massive asymmetry between readership and contributions mobile is helping reach new markets editor acquisition and activation on upward trend tradeoff between editor activation and anon editing
  • 16. Questions? Thanks to: Leila Zia, Oliver Keyes, Aaron Halfaker, Toby Negrin, Maryana Pinchuk, Dan Garry, Carolynne Schloeder