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Image via BigStockPhoto.com It’s a bit of an exaggeration to say that a mobile strategy isn’t about the phone, but at the very least, it shouldn’t start with the phone. After all, if you were to read this post five years ago, chances are you wouldn’t have been reading it on the same device (or even brand of device) that you are using now.
Yesterday, HubSpot, the creator of the term “Inbound Marketing,” filed for an IPO. When a company files for an IPO, they submit what is called an “S-1,” which provides financial information for prospective investors. It was our first detailed look into the financial health of HubSpot, and after reading it pretty carefully, I am left with a provocative question. Maybe you will be, too.
A recent article on CNNMoney cites Twitter’s lack of user growth as a reason for a recent decline in the company’s stock price. Another widely-read article in The Atlantic, A Eulogy for Twitter, speculated that the service was entering its “twilight.” I decided to take a look at some recent data on the relative growth from 2013 to 2014 of the leading social networking sites a ...