Mary Meeker

Mary Meeker (born September, 1959) is an American venture capitalist and former Wall Street securities analyst. Her primary work is on Internet and new technologies. She is a partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Meeker became known as "Queen of the Net" after Barron's Magazine 1998 piece. Born in Portland, Indiana, Meeker holds a B.A. in psychology from DePauw University (1981) and an M.B.A. in finance from Cornell University (1986). She also received an Honorary Doctor of Letters degree from DePauw University.
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  • US Daily Media Consumption (Charts)

    …. US daily media consumption – 2 different sources The major Nielsen and eMarketer differences are: Non-digital TV. Nielsen estimates an hour more of non-digital tv viewing. It consists of extra half-hour of traditional television viewing and another half-hour of time shifted television. Non-digital radio. Nielsen’s data is about 20 minutes higher…

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  • How Social Channels Teach Businesses the New Rules of Video

    …- and-coming social media star to major publishers like ESPN, Cosmopolitan and BuzzFeed to brands like J. Crew and Coca-Cola. As Mary Meeker’s 2016 Internet Trends Report showed, video usage continues to rise, with Generation Z communicating primarily via images (live, moving, and still) versus text The change to consumer expectations driven by social…

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  • Lessons for Mobile Marketers From Meeker’s 2016 Internet Trends Report

    … Last month Mary Meeker released her much anticipated 2016 Internet Trends Report, which she’s been compiling every year since 2001. Characterized by Fortune‘s Andrew Serwer as “absolutely first rate when it comes to spotting big-picture trends before they come into focus,” the Kleiner Perkins partner was named one of the ten smartest people…

    Street Fightin Mobile- 16 readers -
  • Six thought-provoking and profound marketing trends

    … Each year, Mary Meeker compiles a wide-ranging report on the top Internet trends on behalf of venture capitalist firm KPCB. The report goes on for 213 pages. And do you have time for that? No! That’s why Tom Webster and I distilled the report into the profound marketing trends that will have the biggest impact on you. Some of the ideas we cover…

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  • What The Mary Meeker Report Means For Mobile Advertisers

    … they’ve ever been and growth is happening at an accelerated rate. These changes mean that like never before, advertisers need to proactively approach issues like rising CPCs, high competition, and user engagement. 2. Increased ad fatigue on mobile When you increase spend on mobile without also increasing the number of creatives in circulation, ad…

    Karen Amundson/ BoostBlog- 10 readers -
  • What does Meeker’s Internet Trends report tell us about voice search?

    …, titled ‘Re-Imagining Voice = A New Paradigm in Human-Computer Interaction’. It looks at trends in recognition accuracy, voice assistants, voice search and sales of devices like the Amazon Echo to build up an accurate picture of how voice interface has progressed over the past few years, and is likely to progress in the future. So what do we learn from…

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  • Running a Social Contest in 2016: What’s Changed

    … amount of time. Here’s a good example. Trind, a small Dutch cosmetics company, recently ran a giveaway and gathered 930 new email leads in a little over two weeks. For a company with fewer than 6,000 Facebook fans and a small email list, this was a huge success. Passive lead collection like a free download or newsletter sign-up form won’t give you…

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  • Where Content Marketing 2016 Is Headed

    …. Time spent with digital media continues to grow- Mary Meeker Chart Mark Schaefer dubbed the increased information trend beyond peoples ability to consume it, Content Shock. Content Shock Updated Graph by Mark W. Schaefer This problem isnt new. It dates back to Gutenbergs printing press. Each new content technology creates disruption…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content- 25 readers -
  • Why Content Marketing Trumps Advertising

    …-related consumer behaviors This growth of advertising opportunity, while fueled by a need for additional revenue streams, overlooks 3 important trends: 1. Consumers have greater control over the content they choose to consume, a point Mary Meeker made in her 2015 Internet Trends Report. Implications: It’s increasingly difficult to aggregate…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content- 13 readers -
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