Posted October 16, 2009 12:13 pm by with 6 comments

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Forrester continues to examine the intersection of mobile phones and social networking. One startling–or maybe not–statistic: 10% of us access social networks from our cell phones, double the number at the beginning of the year!

Two new reports look at how mobile phones are a becoming a big component of our socially networked lives.

  • http://reversephonelook.net Steve

    That’s a surprise and certainly a growing trend – doubling in the last quarter. I must admit that I haven’t tried it yet myself, mainly because not only am I all thumbs but I never thought they’d be able to adequately optimize the layout to fit enough useful data on the small screen.

    Perhaps the jump is because they’ve managed to strike a good balance with layout and information. Time to take a closer look…
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  • http://www.ezwebsitemonitoring.com/ Aaron

    Facebook has been especially on top of this with mobile text updates. It makes it very simple to update and receive status updated on your cell phone -without- using any data plan. My own sister uses it and loves it and updates are near instant and just work like they should. I bet more social sites will start thinking of ways to simplify using aspects of their services.
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    This is absolutely correct that now all user use social networking on their mobile phone