At IMC NY, we shared with people our love for mobile widgets (as always!), and talked about using mobile widgets in marketing campaigns. We met, listened to and exchanged ideas with folks from many interesting mobile contents and service providers like Socialight, Yojo Mobile (creators of MizPee), Winksite and BlogTalkRadio to name but a few.
If you’ve missed IMC NY, you can find a summary of the day’s event and videos on some sessions at: http://www.webanalysts.info/webanalytics/imc-new-york-2008/
Here’s clip on our session, Widgets in Motion - Syndication Beyond the Desktop
Big thanks to Lars Johansson and Lennart Svanberg once again for organizing the event. We look forward to participating in the next IMC in Vancouver this September.
Mashable’s Exhibit Hall (and networking party) was at the theatre district’s Touch lounge. It was packed by the time we got there. There were several web2.0 startups doing show-and-tell. Other than the bar, we spent most of our time loitering around CafeMom’s booth. It seemed strange at first that they would be giving out oven mitts as swags, but the mitts really came in handy when holding cold beers. CafeMom may sound like a niche idea to some, but if you do your math on how many new mums there are out there, these folks are dealing with a huge community here. And although we didn’t spend much time talking to the folks exhibiting ConcertAttack, this is another social media site that we like a lot. Focused on live concert contents, these guys make it really easy for fans and artists to share. We can’t wait to see what these 2 companies will bring to the mobile space down the road. Lots of cool mobile widgets, please!