Lately I've been playing with a great little app called Povio. Not unlike Snapchat, you snap a picture and send to one or more people and the app prompts them to send one back, though the photo doesn't disappear.
According to the post, Dingdong is not a Social Media network. It remains away from the 'open' socialization. Seems that the app only allows users to watch the photos of their contacts on a map. Nevertheless, I suspect that other further ways of using the app will be revealed later.
How to explain to a non-UX audience why it's important to follow a content first approach when designing a site.
"I recently had to convince a client to pause their redesign efforts and work on their content first. This is how I did it." says the author of the post. And he really explains how we can prove why we must plan the contents structure and the contents strategy before the design of the website.
The rumors are true. In mid-March, word arrived by way of a publication called FCW that Amazon, the king of cloud computing, had inked a contract with the Central Intelligence Agency to provide $600 million in cloud services over the next decade,...
The post talks about two visions of the cloud: the 'old' one sustained by IBM and HP that rely on 'private clouds', and the 'new' one sustained by Google and Amazon that states a cloud computing service that is public, like electricity.
Now Amazon has a client with special requirements: the CIA.This fact will influence in the Amazon vision of cloud computing services.
Want to establish competitive benchmarks that inform best practices for content marketing within Facebook and Twitter? Use these insights to influence your own framework with respect to competitive awareness, goals and associated tactics for content.
"Four Elements of Benchmarking Facebook and Twitter Engagement" is a very useful summary with explanations like the tools for getting Facebook and Twitter insights.
Cada día flipamos más con las cosas que nos encontramos en internet. Las redes sociales se han convertido en imprescindibles para comercios y empresas.
El primer invento es un contador de Likes de Facebook. El segundo es el sistema de Bakertweet. Espero que pronto se aplique a más servicios. Un ejemplo de SoLoMo simpático y cálido como el pan que pueden ir a recoger los seguidores de Bakertweet
Another step ahead for Twitter in its bid to step up the pace with advertising on its platform: today the company announced that it would soon start "experimenting" with ways of making ads more "useful" matching ads to users' interests.
"Twitter says that users will be given an option to opt-out of these ads by unchecking the box next to “promoted content” in their account settings."
Even in the ad world content plays an important role. 68% of UK users responded that ads should tell a unique story which mentioned John Lewis and Guiness as good examples. One of the main ingredients should be the humour factor of the story.
Consumers don't want web adds, but web adds are preferred by many marketers. Paradoxal?
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