We are thrilled that Tego Interactive is back again to host the Carnival of the Mobilists (COM), the weekly roundup of the Web’s best blogging on mobile and wireless. The company has stepped up to take several slots this year and we are grateful for their support. You can check out their blog here.
Posts that made the COM this week include:
Over at MobileGroove guest columnist John Stevens from 2ergo draws from how mobile has impacted our shopping experience to identify key do's and don'ts Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Wed, February 22 2012
We are delighted to welcome James Cameron, the man behind the Mobile 10 series, to the COM. By way of background, The Mobile10 interview is a series of profile pieces on leading global influencers in the mobile sector. Each interviewee is asked to give their viewpoints on new mobile innovations and growth opportunities as well as revealing their own mobile habits over the course of 10 questions. It's great reading, and many of of regular Mobilists have been profiled there.
Posts that made the Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Wed, February 15 2012
AntoineRJWright, a passionate Mobilist and brave voice in the industry, steps up to host the COM. In addition to the usual mix of mobile blog posts that made this week's line-up. Antoine also treats us to some additional posts and snippets that caught his eye (and should whet your appetite for me).
It's great to see such an eclectic collection of posts, and a good time to stress that ANYONE ANYWHERE on this planet can participate in the COM, a weekly collection of the best of mobile blogging currated Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Mon, February 6 2012
Helen Keegan, a veteran Mobilist perhaps best know for her mobile insights and awesome, is back to host her first COM of the year. We gear up for Mobile World Congress (MWC) and Heroes of the Mobile Fringe, Helen's a lineup of don't-miss events and discussions taking place in Barcelona alongside MWC.
Posts that made the COM include:
James Coops from Moby Affiliates weighs in on the companies he thinks will be the top mobile advertising companies of 2012.
Fresh from a successful mRetail Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Mon, January 30 2012
Martin Wilson steps up to bring us the week's highlights as the industry digests CES and gears up for Mobile World Congress.
The line-up includes:
Our welcome COM newcomer Optism, which submits commentary from Peggy Anne Salz asking the question: What is the value of apps?
James Coops over at mobyaffiltates provides advice on how to increase ad fill rates.
Ajit Jaokar fills us in on the webinos project and its ambition to create an Open Source platform, which will enable web applications Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Wed, January 25 2012
From his sunny spot in Kansas our veteran Mobilist Steven Hoober curates an eclectic collection of posts from new and old contributors. So let's dive into this week's line-up.
James Rosewell at TheFonecast.com looks at the trend to larger screens at CES.
Oren Levine dissects recent Flurry numbers to argue that apps may not beat browsing after all.
James Coops of Moby Affiliates compiles the best mobile advertising networks 2012, helping us choose the right network based on our individual Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Tue, January 17 2012
Happy New Year! We kick off our regular weekly schedule for 2012 by setting up camp with Mark Bridge and The Fonecast for a round up of great posts and insightful 2012 predictions.
TheFonecast.com starts off 2012 with a look back at the milestones that marked 2011.
Carnival newcomer Albert Cuesta takes a light-hearted look back at joke made by Apple in 2004, when the company mused it might launch it's own phone and bypass the existing mobile operators.
David Murphy of Mobile Marketing magazine Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Mon, January 9 2012
The first Carnival of the Mobilists (COM) sets up tents a last time this year at MobileGroove, marking the end of a great year for the mobile industry and an even better one for the COM.
This month we received a large number of submissions —covering the months of November and December — making it just that little bit tougher to choose the outstanding blogs to include in this final line-up. So, here we go…
Chetan Sharma leads the pack with a must-read post recounting the highlights Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Thu, December 22 2011
You asked and we listened! The COM has a new look, a new focus and a new schedule. With so much happening, allow me to run through the significant changes one at a time.
Beginning in 2012 the COM is back to a weekly schedule. Please check the new schedule here, and let me know which dates you would like to host the COM in 2012.
Remember ANYONE ANYWHERE can submit their best blog to the COM for consideration. Simply email your submission for the week to email@example.com. If your Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Fri, December 9 2011
This month Tomi Ahonen moves the Carnival up a gear, combining blogging and Bowie to rock us through a collection of September's best blogs. Today also marks the fifth time that Tomi has stepped up to the plate - so many thanks indeed!
Martin Wilson at Mobileweb Company tells what can make —and break — your mobile strategy.
Anne Thomas over at the Wapple blog makes a strong case for us to develop mobile-optimized websites, and supports this with some serious stats.
Sacha Vekeman over Read more [...]
Peggy Anne Salz, Wed, October 26 2011