#Socialnomics 2014 by Erik Qualman is the fifth version of the most watched video series on Social Media. This year’s video denotes the critical mass between social, mobile and the explosion of millennial usage. We don’t have a choice on whether we do social media. The choice is how well we do it. Erik Qualman One key factor on this is that 20% of the terms typed into a search bar have never been searched
We feel pretty good that we see technology trends coming and then inform you ahead of time. We’ve been speaking about the growth of mobile for well over a year now, but were amazed when we just did an optimization audit for a recent client and they had no mobile strategy… none. Their site wasn’t mobile, their emails weren’t optimized for mobile, and no mobile apps on the horizon… nada. Sometimes it takes a video
Erik is back with his latest (4th) installment of his video infographic on social media. If you pay close attention, each version of the video does an incredible job at showing the change that this new media has sweeped the world with. Even the parodies are fantastic. Compare to last year’s Social Media Revolution video and you’ll find a lot more statistics associated with real, monetary interactions between brands and consumers. Erik Qualman is an
We’ve posted the series of social media revolution videos based off of Erik Qualman’s Socialnomics. They’re insightful and full of staggering statistics on how social media is changing the way we live, work and communicate with one another. This parody is too funny not to share, though. People say that when you touch on the truth… that’s when things get really funny. I think this video is just that! Social Media Revolution – The Parody
This is a fantastic videographic from Socialnomics and Eric Qualman, author of Digital Leader: 5 Simple Keys to Success and Influence. I do take exception to the term killing. Although many jobs are lost during highly innovative periods, I have no doubt that there’s a net increase in jobs and opportunities. Unfortunately, we have political and economic forces that try to withstand the changes rather than adapt. In my humble opinion, that slows the overall
Social Media Revolution 2 is a refresh of the original video with new and updated social media and mobile statistics that are hard to ignore. Based on the book Socialnomics: How Social Media Transforms the Way We Live and Do Business by Erik Qualman.