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Author: Tameka Kee
Tameka Kee has been covering the digital media industry with a focus on advertising, social media and video games for nearly four years.
Before launching Kee Consulting (clients include Econsultancy and SocialTimes Pro), she served as editorial director of DM2 Media, where she oversaw content development for DIGIDAY:DAILY, as well as the company’s roster of digital media and marketing conferences, including DPAC and DIGIDAY:APPS.
Before joining DM2, she served as a full time reporter for paidContent, covering the business of digital entertainment and gaming, and breaking news on companies like Electronic Arts, Playfish, Netflix and Facebook. Before paidContent, she covered search marketing for Mediapost.
Launch an iPhone app and you can definitely reach the tastemakers.
Launch an Android app, however, and you’ll ultimately be able to connect
with the masses. At least, that’s what new smartphone marketshare data
from technology research firm Canalys suggests.