Consumers embrace social media with location-based image sharing
Implications - As consumers look for new ways to share their images online, many are embracing GPS-powered social platforms that use geotagging to provide more condensed selections of content. Often involving geotagged locations at which users will "drop" digital photographs for others to "find," such innovative photography-based social networks suggest an interest in organic interaction with other users as mainstream alternatives continue to become more saturated. This progression suggests a consumer interest in mobile applications that highlight curated selections of user-generated content as a means to cultivating community around shared interests.
Workshop Question - What are three ways your brand could integrate location-based sharing into your brand's social media marketing plan?