An average app posted may bring up to $8,000 to its publisher.
On average, each app posted brings in $4,000 to $8,000 to its publisher. He bases this calculation on the $3.64 average price for each paid apps, along with 244,720 paid apps, published by 85,569 unique developers.
Why could a small start-up build Instagram, a photo app, and sell it for $1 billion while companies like Eastman Kodak, steeped in photography and the emotionalism of photography, could not? Culture got in the way.
New research shows that our minds have no trouble making sense of super-short commercials.
According to NeuroFocus, a Nielsen-owned research group based in Berkeley, Calif., 30-second commercials can be just as persuasive to viewers when they’re condensed into 15-second spots and in some cases, these newly edited ads can be more effective than the originals.
Metropolitan data experts at UCL's Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis today launched the City Dashboard, a live feed of information including weather, transport, local news and social media trends for eight UK cities...
A new European trustmark is to be launched with the aim of giving consumers absolute confidence that they are safe when they shop online.
UK e-retail industry association IMRG has teamed up with European trustmark market leader Trusted Shops to create the new Trustmark Online in an alliance unveiled today.
The new trustmark will guarantee that retailers who display it have passed a 70-point audit of their website and business, covering areas from terms and conditions to site and payment security through to fulfillment. In addition, it guarantees consumers their money back should a transaction ever go wrong, through what it promises will be a hassle-free experience.
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