Google survey reveals what users want from mobile sites. Take note web creator’ists and mobile masters of the interManets.
Not a common post from me – but DC actually reached out to blog owners and intermanets related peeps like myself to share this content.
AKA – I didn’t have to find it.
Now if only they were nice enough to provide direct links to their entire YouTubeUlar series of videos – duh.
[YouTubeUlar] <— 18,106,283
In the history of HYDLE.com… this ridiculous “TSOIGDH” entry marks my 999th public blog post since May of 2009 – When I started this crazy world of blogging ideas, thoughts and Genius vs. Not Genius intermanents and social media successes or failures.
So for the sake of getting google credit for it…
“TSOIGDH” = TURNING SHIT ON IT’S GOD DAMN HEAD
Turning shit on it’s god damn head is going to be my 1 single inspiration for the next 999 blogpost entries. I can’t wait to open up my connection layer for all my loyal readers… so I can start finding out who you actually are.
Cheers to 999!
Surprise… 51% of female drinkers prefer wine. 48% of male drinkers prefer beer.
[YouTube Link] <— 2,579,238
Top 10 Most-shared Online Videos April 2011
1. T-Mobile – The T-Mobile Royal Wedding
2. Diet Pepsi – Unbelievable David Beckham
3. Marvel Comics – Little Thor
4. Volkswagen – Commercial: The Force
5. Skittles Touch – Cat
6. Second Baptist Church of Houston – Dance Your Shoes Off
7. Tempest – Tempest Freerunning Video – Gym Academy
8. Call of Duty – Call of Duty Black Ops Escalation – Call of the Dead
9. adidas – Final de la Copa Rey
10. Air New Zealand – Mile High Madness with Richard Simmons
Not Genius: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10
I haven’t concluded my super bowl ad recap yet, but as usual… rankings are coming in from all over.
Animal Ads Resonate with Viewers
The overall number one ad with viewers (overall score of about 72.3) was “Saluting Beaver” from Bridgestone, featuring a motorist who is able to avoid hitting a beaver and then plunging into a river thanks to tire traction (and a little rodent-supplied assistance). “Saluting Beaver” scored first in both emotion ranking (evoking most possible positive and least possible negative emotions) and water cooler ranking (likelihood of participants discussing the ad at the water cooler the next day), and third in interest ranking (how well it held the interest of viewers).
Meanwhile, the self-explanatory “Dog Party” ad from Bud Light, which came in third overall, ranked first in viewer interest.
Automotive Ads Take Three Top 10 Spots
Three of the top 10 ads, including the number one ad, were for autos or automotive products. Two ads were for snack food, and one ad promoted a product in each of the following five categories: the NFL, beer, film, soda, and online portal.
Proving the obvious:
Holidays are days when most Americans spend a more-than-normal amount of time socializing with friends and family, which Gallup research has previously shown to relate to higher levels of happiness and enjoyment and lower levels of stress.
I can’t wait to see what happens when these teenagers are actually forced to communicate with someone in person.
On another note…
– Women are 28% more likely to sext over men.
– 31% of us have smartphones.
– 228 million of americans over the age of 13 rock mobile.
– Tomorrow we’ll see how communication will ultimately end the world.
[iDevice Link] <— 4,875 views Top 10 Most-shared Online Videos December 2010
1. DC Shoes – Ken Block’s Gymkhana Three, Part 2 – Ultimate Playground, L’Autodrome
2. Danny MacAskill – Way Back Home
3. TAC Campaign – 20-Year Anniversary Retrospective
4. Coca-Cola: Snow Globes: Coca-Cola 2010 Christmas Commercial
5. Nike Basketball: Michael Jordan’s Response to LeBron James What Should I Do Commercial
6. Evian – Roller Babies
7. T-Mobile – Welcome Back
8. NSFW – A Hunter Shoots A Bear
9. DC Shoes – Ken Block’s Gymkhana Two, The Infomercial
10. Heineken – The Entrance
Genius: 4, 10
First 1 billion dollar internets spending day.
Average of $114.24 spent per buyer.
48.9% bought at work.
Am I ahead of the curve… or behind?
I feel special – Only 8% of the american public are considering standard cell phone purchases in the future. Which happens to be the exact same percentage of people considering the new Windows phone.
What happened America? Apple used to own only 8% of the ENTIRE computing world… and now they own everything. Yin Yang – maybe a Windows Phone will be my future? Their ad campaign is certainly genius enough.
But since they don’t allow you embed their commercials (horrible microsoft – but traditional to your brand) – they just got dropped to almost.
Not for me.
Make this a quick read – take note of the numbers. Most specifically the PURCHASE INTENT / CONSIDERATION for age Made-for-Web content.