Mobile Product Manager? No analyst budget? Here ya go!

Oh, your not? Well, this research from Morgan Stanley indicates it’s inevitable. Curious about what’s happening in mobile markets? What is the adoption in say Japan? How many people are GPS enabled? What is the average time an iPhone user leverages their device every day vs. non-iPhone users? These and about 400 other questions can be answered and help you in laying out a great baseline on why your apps just might need to go mobile and like soon.

Oh yeah, how do you feel about emerging markets?

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  • Reply jon gatrell January 7, 2010 at 3:10 am

    SR Post: Mobile Product Manager? No analyst budget? Here ya go!: Oh, your not? Well, this research from Morgan S… http://bit.ly/6d1VoT

  • Reply JulH January 7, 2010 at 5:37 am

    RT @spatially: SR Post: Mobile Product Manager? No analyst budget? Here ya go!: Oh, your not? http://bit.ly/6d1VoT

  • Reply 6 Approaches to market research without an analyst budget January 4, 2011 at 8:31 am

    […] There are numerous places to look (slideshare, scribd, event websites…) where you might be able to find relevant information for your market.  To stay with mobile market information, there are over 700 slides from Morgan Stanley’s Mary Meeker alone: 2010 Internet Trends,  iPad Game Changer and Mobile Internet Trends […]

  • Reply Cultural Insights on Mobile: It’s the people, not the device April 22, 2011 at 8:56 am

    […] is a good deal of market date sizing in mobile, insights on mobile application trends, apple’s impact on mobile and how traditional internet usage and mobile are increasingly […]

  • Reply The Mobile Moment: A content strategy and transactional goals June 9, 2011 at 10:19 am

    […] Mobile markets continue to explode and the collision of content and mobile is becoming increasingly valuable to businesses and marketers alike. Cultural drivers for mobile vary, but require understanding – without context around the mobile user, we often just dump content randomly for mobile users which makes our apps less valuable for the users than intended and more costly for vendors. […]

  • Reply Mary Meeker: Internet Trends 2012 June 15, 2012 at 8:22 am

    […] 2012.  This one isn’t quite as long as some of the previous Meeker presentations, like her 2009 treatise on mobile trends which was over 600 slides, but still good […]

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