Facebook “Like” Button

Interesting development in Facebook’s hopes to dominate the Web was announced at f8 this week. Sites now have the ability to add a Facebook “Like” button to any page or post of their site or blog. This *may* develop into yet another way to get some serious face time in front of Web users who may be teased into visiting a site they may not normally stumble across.

Facebook VS the United States

Interesting infographic comparing the population of the United States with the population of US Facebook users.  There are a few surprises including the fact that South Dakota has the highest percentage of users of any state.  Only the District of Columbia beats it with a whopping 125% (how is that even possible?).

Click image to view the remainder (its a biggie!)

From mashable

Mobile Market Share

Thinking about creating a mobile version of your site? Keep an eye on browser stats and know how to tailor your templates.

Mobile Market Share February 2010. From icrossing.co.uk

What’s perhaps going to be most interesting is to see if Apple can keep the market share that they currently have. Adding the iPad won’t hurt but Android phones are quickly catching up and may very well surprise the folks in Cupertino.

From icrossing.co.uk

The Effects of Social Media on Your Content

We talk a lot about social media and how we can use it to generate buzz and traffic to our Web site.  By using Twitter and Facebook to our advantages, TJSL is attempting to raise awareness of the institution and the excellence of the education at our school.  In particular, this part of a strategy to generate traffic as we prepare for a major redesign of our site.

From socialreflection.com, the impact social media can have on your site.

social media impact