Earlier this month, Dropbox and Microsoft announced a partnership that would see Dropbox offer better support for Microsoft’s Office Suite, including the ability to edit Office docs from the Dropbox mobile app among other things. Today, those integrations have gone live for users of both the Android phone and iOS Dropbox applications.
Explains Dropbox in a blog post announcing the news, users can now edit their Office files when they’re “on the go,” editing them directly from the Dropbox app and accessing the files directly from the Office apps. To use the new feature, you’ll first need update your app to the latest version, then open any Office document, spreadsheet or presentation that’s stored in your Dropbox.
Poor Pinterest. The social network often seems like Facebook and Twitter's overlooked little sister. While they dominate the news cycle with flashy high-profile IPOs, equally flashy offices, and gossip-y tales (not to mention a feature film) about spats between co-founders, Pinterest is a far quieter presence.
OK, so 'poor' may not be the best adjective for the company, which has raised $564 million to date. Unlike both Facebook and Twitter, however, it
has no source of revenue.
But Pinterest is growing up; According to Ad Age, it's one step closer to start making some money for itself.
So, you have accounts for your organization on Twitter and Facebook… maybe even LinkedIn. But does your organization have an account on Pinterest? If not, you may consider jumping on board, especially since a survey by the Pew Research Center found that Pinterest is more popular than Twitter.
When it comes to Pinterest, many brands aren’t quite sure how to turn boards and pins into followers and potential customers. However, now more than ever it is important to not overlook this image sharing social network. There are a few brands, however, who have figured out the business potential of Pinterest. See how these 5 brands have been using it to the fullest.
A new infographic from Baynote proves just how many people are buying on mobile; here are a few highlights:
1 in 10 Ecommerce dollars are spent today using a smartphone or tabletMcommerce growth is outpacing traditional Ecommerce growth by 200%For every $1 spent, the average return on retail email marketing is $44.25The number of people using smartphones has doubled over those who use tablets; but tablet users spend 20% more on average.
Via Lauren Moss
Sabina Piacenti's insight:
M-commerce, E-commerce ... a quando il G(glass)-commerce?
Good news Gmail users, Google has just announced that you now no longer have to download email attachments to view them. With today’s update, you can peruse and save files directly through Google Drive without leaving Gmail, which essentially gives you access to said attachments on multiple devices – not just the one where it has been saved locally.
Once you have that great content, getting it found in the search engines is a challenge. Google is continuously changing its search algorithms in order to discover the best content from the original author and providing those more relevant search results to those looking for that information. To gain more visibility and better search engine rankings, you need to implement Google Authorship and make it easy for searchers to focus on your content in the search results pages.
In search of a better social media strategy? Listen up: these changes will change the way you share.
Social media changes so fast that we often miss the small differences on each platform we use. Every now and then I find it really useful to do a roundup of what’s been changing on the big networks lately. Here are 10 changes I found that took place in the last couple of months, which could be useful for your social media strategy....
Now that Google is taking reviews into account when determining what results to display, online reputation management is more important than ever. Customers trust online reviews to help them make purchasing decisions. The more positive, relevant reviews your company has, the better your chances of ranking high in SERPs. Of course, this means that keeping on top of your online reputation is vital to search engine rankings. When potential customers search for your brand, you want them to see positive results, not negative feedback.
The team behind the Skiresort.info internet portal has been testing and evaluating ski resorts throughout the world since 1998.
It's definitely became a great wealth of information, consulted daily by tens of thousands of fans.
Out of these test reports, currently totalling 520, Skiresort.info set a “Best List”, which is constantly updated. With 4.8 out of 5 stars, the Austrian ski resort Kitzbühel is currently in first place
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.