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Nouvelle soirée French Digital à Paris … au Brut !

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    Nouvelle soirée French Digital à Paris !! lundi 9 décembre au Brut, 3 rue Saint-Augustin, 75004 Paris de 19h00 à 23h00 (métro Bourse (Ligne 3), à 10 min de l’Opéra) Cela vous a manqué ? Et oui je m en doutais. Les fêtes de fin d année arrivent, un peu stressé, un brin malade, venez retrouver un peu de chaleur auprès de votre réseau French Digital. On aime changer de lieu et jour : cette fois ci c est un lundi.. et le lundi on est de sortie ! Rencontrer, échanger autour d un verre dans une ambiance chaleureuse et design en plein centre de Paris, le nouveau restaurant Le Brut. N’hésitez pas à venir avec vos collègues et/ou partenaires pour partager un verre avant les fêtes ! Des news du réseau : De passage à Londres, le 3 décembre…

The French Digital Interview #2: Thibaut Rouffineau

We had the great opportunity to talk to Thibaut Rouffineau for our 2nd French Digital Interview. Company: WIP Connector Role: VP Developer Partnerships   French Digital: where are you based? and why. Give us your elevator pitch. Thibaut Rouffineau: I have been living in London for 13 years now as my wife doesn’t want to leave this city 😀 . I was previously working in France and in the US. People describe me as “the smiley guy who knows mobile” . Until 2009, I was working for Symbian and for 3 years I worked  with them I have been telling people that they have to write applications for mobile phones, but they acted surprised about why they should do that , even people from Apple did. I’m now working as VP Developer Partnerships at Wip. We are a marketing agency…

A study shows that content Popularity Impacts User Behavior On Facebook, Twitter & Google+

According SurveyMonkey which has conducted a survey which shows that the popularity of content on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ impacts the likelihood it will be read. The survey has been made on 629 participants using the following methodology : 374 were given a survey where they were asked how likely they would read an article on Facebook if it  already had 451 Likes. 255 were given a survey asking how likely they will  read an article which had only 11 Likes. The survey answers showed that people were most likely to read an article with a higher number of Likes on Facebook. The same survey was conducted for Twitter and Google Plus with the below results.