Happy Tuesday. Monday is gone…Monday’s a memory. Time to start the rest of the week. And no better way than a melange of the early week’s best marketing links, fresh off my daily walk through the industry. Get em while they’re hot…
Google’s Android takes No 2 spot from iPhone (Reuters) And that’s just what Apple wanted, given all the FTC scrutiny around this market. Apple loves owning the high end, and it looks like it will keep owning it. I sure hope that Android sucks less than Windows did in the 90s.
Tasti D-Lite’s Store Customers ‘Checking In’ via Social Loyalty Cards (ClickZ) Who doesn’t love a case study with the words “Tasti D-Lite” in them? I mean, really. Love it. Are you paying attention, McDonald’s?!
Google: Can Someone Help Us Out With This “Social” Thing? (ATD) A new job listing at Google gets a lot of pickup today. Look, one person is not going to re-sequence Google’s DNA when it comes to social. But it is yet another sign the company is taking the Facebook threat very seriously.
The iAd: Steve Jobs Regifts The Mobile Marketing Experience (Searchblog) When I write a thousand or more words, I want you all to know about it.
Roulette Russian (New Yorker) A profile of the kid who started and runs Chat Roulette. This one will end in tears, I sense. Just not sure whose.
Beyond AdMob: There’s Plenty More Mobile Ad Networks To Go Around (paidcontent) Just keep that in mind as we go through the iAds hype curve.
Hot On Google: “How Do I Delete My Facebook Account” (BI and SEL) As far as I am concerned, Facebook officially has a Serious F*cking Privacy Brouhahah on its hands. FWIW.
Infographic of the Day: Privacy on Facebook Is Vanishing (Fast Company) As I said.
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