Thomas Crampton

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Infographic: Japanese Social Media Equivalents

Sep 16, 2010

Infographic: Japanese Social Media Equivalents

Here’s a recent infographic pulled together by our team on Japanese Social Media Equivalents. Suggested additions (or corrections) are most welcome! See also: Infographic on Chinese Social Media Equivalents,

Speech in Tokyo at Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan

Aug 25, 2010

Speech in Tokyo at Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan

In Tokyo for a week and speaking at the FCC of Japan on Monday. Please join! Details below and on the FCCJ website. Planning to discuss the below topic, but make it highly interactive, based on what people in the audience want to discuss. Professional LuncheonThomas CramptonAsia-Pacific Director of 360 Digital Influence, Ogilvy Public RelationsWorldwide

Mobile Social Networks in Japan

May 11, 2010

An interesting look at Social Media use on mobile phones in Japan by Alexei Poliakov, with some comments below courtesy of Random Wire. Japan Mobile SNS Study 2010 View more presentations from Alexei Poliakov. * The Japanese mobile market is highly saturated (89%) with modest growth (4%) * Japan leads in 3G with over 95%

A Snapshot: Japan’s Top 50 Websites

Mar 9, 2010

A Snapshot: Japan’s Top 50 Websites

Where exactly is Japan’s Internet activity taking place? What are the Japanese looking at, searching in and blogging on? My colleagues in the Tokyo Ogilvy Digital Influence team compiled a list of some of the most widely visited websites in Japan. You can download the list from Slideshare here. Some editorial and qualitative judgments were

Possible Obama Ambassadors to Japan and China

Jan 10, 2009

Chris Nelson of Samuels International offers the latest speculation in Washington about Obama’s Ambassadorships to Tokyo and Beijing. He suggests Bob Rubin??!! who recently quit Citi. Anyone have further thoughts? On Monday, we inadvertently started a Japanese media feeding frenzy on who will be Obama’s Ambassador to Tokyo, with a one line comment, “think Joe

Joi Ito: Twitter makes money in Japan

May 20, 2008

The US/Europe-based Twitter craze has plenty of users, but no apparent revenue streams For those not aware, Twitter is the most successful micro-blogging/presence product in the world of Web 2.0. By allowing message postings of only up to 160 characters and delivering messages over SMS systems, Twitter has gained an influential user base created huge

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