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Toddlers are accelerating the Apple iPad diffusion of innovation

Demonstrating ease of use is critical in accelerating diffusion of innovation. The hottest innovation at the moment is of course the Apple iPad, and fortunately for Apple, its Innovator customers are demonstrating how easy the iPad is to use for them, by giving it to their toddlers, filming the results and loading it to YouTube.

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Accelerating Diffusion of Innovation - Maloney's 16% Rule

The Secret to Accelerating Diffusion of Innovation: The 16% Rule Explained

Last year as part of my Masters degree, I wrote a paper on why iPhone adoption will be faster in Australia than the US. Key to this claim was diffusion of innovation theory, to which I introduced a new concept titled The Newton Ball Diffusion Acceleration Effect.
In the year since developing this concept, I have been responsible for several new product launches, that have all been successful way beyond expectations due to another theory that I have developed on how to accelerate diffusion of innovation.

I am now ready to share this secret with you, it is called Accelerating Diffusion of Innovation: Maloney’s 16% Rule.

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The 5 most popular posts on Maloney on Marketing

Maloney on Marketing is celebrating its first birthday today!

Digging through the website stats, from the 60 posts I have done so far there are some posts that have stood out from the rest in terms of popularity.

So to make sure you haven’t missed them, here are links to the 5 most popular posts to date on Maloney on Marketing.

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Samsung Tap and Take Viral Teaser Campaign: How to accelerate diffusion of information

Surfing around for a new digital camera and I have to say Samsung’s latest viral teaser campaign for ‘Tap and Take’ technology is awesome. Really simply they are asking people to guess what ‘Tap and Take’ is, then using social media to spread the resulting curiosity.

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