Our Mobile EcosystemLooking for stats, trends, or vendor information about the burgeoning mobile marketplace?

Today we’re launching The Mobile Ecosystem, an infographic full of useful stats, trends and key players in the mobile web. 

It’s a free download for all those who want a quick reference or the perfect leave-behind for any meeting on mobile.

Infographic: The Mobile Ecosystem offers statistics, trends and stakeholder information about the rapidly evolving world of mobile in an easy to scan graphical interface.

By skimming through this infograph, you’ll get a snapshot of mobile app growth, mobile ad spending, and user behavior. Also included is a list of the top mobile producers in 2011, mobile search providers, mobile marketing agencies, mobile legal resources, as well as top tablets and smart phones. If you’re looking for senior level buy-in for your mobile marketing ideas, download this free infographic as the perfect leave-behind.   

Like any ecosystem, mobile is evolving and it’s doing so rapidly. This document will change along with the industry, but this first iteration is broken into 8 sections:

Small Screen, Big Picture – the data that defines the explosive growth of mobile usage and spending

Industry – top associations and organizations, industry analytics and data, as well as resources for more information and training

Advertising/Search – mobile platforms by usage, how mobile dollars are being spent across tactics

Content/Publishing – how and where people are spending their mobile time

Apps – top activities and application categories

Infrastructure/Devices – how does the handset, tablet and OS landscape break down?

Mobile/Search Providers – ad networks, SMS aggregators, mobile marketing agencies, rich media providers and more

Mobile Commerce – companies to be aware of in NFC payment, mobile CRM, mobile commerce and security

The ecosystem is free to all, so let us know what’s useful and what’s missing to help make the next edition even better.

To download this infographic and for more information, including a list of bibliographical references and related sources, check out the The Mobile Ecosystem report page.