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We all know social media is an important tool for brand awareness and customer acquisition — but how exactly are you supposed to convert random Twitter and Facebook users into real-life customers?
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Being part of a web design and development community offers you many possibilities and chances for self-development.
Impact is the key in design. Make the viewer take notice. Persuade them to stay.
You have a website and you are building traffic to it, but what do you know about your visitors? Do you know where they come from, how engaged they are with your website or if they have converted as a reader, subscriber or customer?
Today saw the arrival of one of the most anticipated Android apps in recent memory, with the launch of Instagram . The app is hugely popular on the iPhone and got some 430K signups on its pre-release signup page for Google’s OS.
Content-discovery tablet app Zite on Wednesday announced a twist on its wildly successful algorithm-driven platform that company executives say will be a big step toward bridging the divide between content creators and aggregators.
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We've all gotten used to the idea of using Twitter, Facebook, and even YouTube for marketing -- even if the platforms aren't always as brand-friendly as they could be.
by Scott Witthoft and Scott Doorley | 11:52 AM March 28, 2012
Responsive design has brought about a whole new list of challenges for web designers who have decided to take the plunge and leave static design behind. Creating a layout that works well at not one but several, or even all, possible widths requires patience, creativity and of course, lots of testing.
Facebook just spent $1 billion on a company with no revenue.
Friday, April 13th, 2012 | Posted by Jon Kolko
Are you looking to simplify management of your social activities? If so, then Ifttt is for you.
Since YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen’s AVOS company first emerged a year ago when it acquired Delicious from Yahoo, we’ve heard nothing about anything else it may be working on – until now. A splash page for a new service called Zeen has emerged, promising to allow you to “Discover and create beautiful magazines.” Domain-name-sleuthing blog Fusible discovered the page after noticing that Zeen.com had been privately acquired through brand protection agency MarkMonitor earlier this week.