New research reveals the top 10 reasons website visitors don't convert to paying customers.
Ah yes. A familiar beginner’s problem for any new blogger: No readers. Assuming you’re comparing your brand new blog to an already-well-established website with a huge following, it’s understandable why the task of luring in an audience might seem overwhelming. Not everyone can snap their fingers and magically summon a rabid fan base of hungry readers just waiting to devour your every word.
People who don't eat, breathe and sleep technology, let alone social media development, still feel overwhelmed by the currently visible alterations of the site and are complaining in the comments sections of every public f8 post going into the news.
Facebook’s new subscription feature is generating a lot of buzz.
The subscribe feature has broad implications unique to public figures–from journalists to celebrities and even elected officials. Because now you can hear from these figures without actually being friends. And, fine tune what you hear from friends and others.
Here are some things to keep in mind about the new subscribe button
According to a new research note from J.P. Morgan's Mark Moskowitz summarized by AppleInsider, Apple is unsurprisingly working on prototypes for the iPad 3, but should be in "no rush" to release the device as competitors have yet to put forward compelling alternative devices
In a week that has seen Facebook make all sorts of changes to the news feed we are starting to see some even bigger changes being tested on the site this afternoon. most of them seem to copy Google + and it the changes involve the News feed, photos and how content is updated in real time. Facebook absolutely have their pedal to the metal at the moment and this is possibly the biggest week of changes that we have ever seen on the site in it’s history. Since Monday the entire look and feel of the site has been changed. Here are some of the changes as we are seeing them with more to come as we update the post…