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Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media
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Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media

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My presentation at a social networking conference in Makati, Philippines. April 22, 2010. This presentation covers the state of the mobile social media from a global and a Philippine perspective, with …

My presentation at a social networking conference in Makati, Philippines. April 22, 2010. This presentation covers the state of the mobile social media from a global and a Philippine perspective, with a special nod to the mobile operator's point of view.

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  • 1. Why 2010 is the year of Mobile Social Media Presented by Jim Ayson Senior Product Manager, SMART Communications 22 April 2010 / 3rd Social Networking Conference Intercontinental Hotel, Makati, Philippines
  • 2. For comments, questions via Twitter twitter.com/jimayson *disclaimer All rights to any copyrighted images used in this presentation belong to the creators and copyright holders
  • 3. In the beginning, there was... Web 1.0
  • 4. The Static Web Messaging: Email, IM, Discussion Groups
  • 5. Web 2.0
  • 6. The User Generated Web
  • 7. Web 2.0: User Generated Content ‣ Video: YouTube,Vimeo ‣ Photos: Flickr, Photobucket, Multiply ‣ Words: Blogging (Blogger, Wordpress) ‣ Status Messages: Twitter, Plurk ‣ Social Interaction: Facebook, Frendster, Linked In, Bebo
  • 8. What is Social Media?
  • 9. Source: What the F**k is Social Media - Marta Kagan
  • 10. Not just social networking! Covers anything user-generated (Web 2.0) shared with many people Source: 2008 McCann-Universal Wave3 Study
  • 11. Social Media today is everywhere!
  • 12. And it’s now on your mobile.
  • 13. Let’s take a look at the major social media players.
  • 14. Forget the has-beens. Friendster Multiply Plurk Bebo
  • 15. The 800 pound gorillas and up-and-comers of Social Media * Facebook * Twitter LinkedIn Google Buzz Google Maps Foursquare Gowalla Flickr Posterous Tumblr
  • 16. The giants of social media on the web are focusing on mobile Motorola Motoblur
  • 17. 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Feb 2010 Google’s Eric Schmidt proclaims Google’s “Mobile First” Policy Facebook’s Mobile Strategy revealed Microsoft Windows Phone 7 announced
  • 18. South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi), March 2010 Geolocation social neworks Foursquare and Gowalla aggressively square off
  • 19. Foursquare vs Gowalla moving to support more mobile platforms
  • 20. Who’s Bigger, Google or Facebook? According to Comscore, Facebook.com has surpassed Google in terms of pageviews.
  • 21. Even Google Trends Agrees Google Trends: Facebook.com traffic vs. Google.com from April 2009 to April 2010
  • 22. Facebook Stats overwhelming numbers! • More than 400 Million active users • More than 35 million users update their status each day • More than 60 million status updates posted each day • More than 3 billion photos uploaded to the site each month • More than 5 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) shared each week • More than 3.5 million events created each month • More than 3 million active Pages on Facebook source: facebook.com
  • 23. Facebook in the Philippines • Facebook is the #1 site in the Philippines (Alexa) • There 12,593,740 active Philippine users (Facebook ad platform) • Facebook Ads uses IP address and a user's profile information to determine location. • PH is the #8 country on Facebook (Facebakers.com)
  • 24. Facebook vs Friendster vs Multiply Facebook eclipsed Friendster in Aug 2009 and keeps on going (source: Google Trends)
  • 25. Twitter Stats • Worldwide: 105,779,710 registered users (1,500% growth over the last three years.) • 300,000 sign ups a day • 55 M tweets a day • 3 Billion Twitter API requests a day (used by 3rd party web and mobile clients) source: Twitter
  • 26. Twitter in the Philippines • Philippines is the #12 Twitter Nation (sysomos study, 2009) • Twitter.com is #9 website in the PH (Alexa) • Estimated Philippine active users: 1.3M (Google AdPlanner, Feb 2010) • 34M Pageviews per month (web and mobile web)
  • 27. Mobile is in Twitter’s DNA • Began as an SMS service, then moved to web • Twitter Open API resulted in dozens of 3rd partyTwitter mobile apps, in all platforms (iPhone, Android, Nokia S60, RIM, Windows Mobile)
  • 28. Facebook Mobile • There are more than 100 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. • People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice more active on Facebook than non- mobile users. • There are more than 200 mobile operators in 60 countries working to deploy and promote Facebook mobile products source: Facebook
  • 29. Comscore: Facebook is the #1 site on the mobile web "Facebook come out top in a ranking of sites by unique visitor numbers, followed closely by Google and the mobile operators’ web properties."
  • 30. Comscore: Facebook dominates mobile web “Facebook can claim almost 3X as many page views as its nearest competitor (Google) while time spent with the social networking site is more than 5X greater than any other website.” “Looked at cumulatively, people spend more time online with social networks using their mobile devices than they do via the PC-based web.”
  • 31. Comscore: Facebook & Twitter mobile growth “The study found that 30.8 percent of smartphone users accessed social networking sites via their mobile browser in January 2010, up 8.3 points from 22.5 percent one year ago.” “Access to Facebook via mobile browser grew 112 percent in the past year, while Twitter experienced a 347-percent jump.”
  • 32. Philippine Facebook Mobile Stats - SMART Growth in active users Shows steady growth of aggregated mobile activity - SMS, MMS, Mobile Web
  • 33. Social Media on Handsets • Mobile Web • SMS Gateways (keywords sent to access codes by SMS) • Mobile Apps • Mobile Widgets
  • 34. Mobile Widgets Android allows mini- apps called widgets to be placed on the phone desktop
  • 35. New Handsets and Mobile OS: Social Media Oriented • SmartPhone Platforms • iPhone: Most apps (180,000 total) • HTC Sense: Facebook/ Twitter Widgets • Android Widgets • Motorola Blur (Android overlay) • Nokia N97 / S60 5th edition
  • 36. Low End “Social Networking Phones” INQ “Twitter Phone” and “Facebook Phone”
  • 37. New Social Media categories: Mobile Oriented • Location Based Status Updates (location-enabled Tweets, Google Buzz) • Location Based Social Network Games - Foursquare, Gowalla • Mobile Photo Uploads + Twitter/FB updates (Twitpic, yfrog)
  • 38. The Network Operator View of Mobile Social Networking
  • 39. 1. Social Media is a usage driver - increased use of mobile through a sticky application yields more data revenues
  • 40. 2. Operators blend mobile versions of known web brands (i.e. Facebook) with House brands or mobile-only brands Sandbox MyGroups / Moko.mobi / AirG
  • 41. 3. Consistent use of mobile social media by customers has brought about a demand for unlimited mobile internet packages
  • 42. Unlimited Access to specific Mobile Sites (P20/day)
  • 43. Unlimited Internet Offers (P50/day, P300/ week, P1200/month)
  • 44. 4. Social Media brands used to push special handsets Facebook Phones, Twitter phones,Yahoo Phones, Skype Phones
  • 45. So why is 2010 the year of Mobile Social Media? Convergence of: Explosion of Social Media sites Web Brands going Mobile Social Media Friendly Smartphones Advanced Mobile Operating Systems Geolocation APIs and GPS Mobile Internet Support from the Mobile Operators Unlimited Mobile Internet Packages
  • 46. It’s all happening now.
  • 47. Moving Beyond 2010
  • 48. Since Social Media is mass-based, Social Media is being seen as the key for mass adoption of the mobile internet
  • 49. How many Filipinos use the mobile internet? My estimate is less than 4M.
  • 50. There are over 70M mobile phones in the Philippines. An estimated 26M Filipinos access the Internet
  • 51. If there 12M Filipinos on Facebook, the phrase "You can use Facebook on your phone" could be the key to increasing mobile internet users from less than 5M to at least 12M.
  • 52. “Internet for All” - using the mobile phone as a vehicle... .... May become more of a reality because of mobile social media.
  • 53. Thank you :-)

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