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Email Marketing - To find out what times during the day are best for email opens and click-throughs, GetResponse analyzed 21 million messages sent from US accounts during the first quarter of 2012. ...
Recently, Appcelerator surveyed over 5,500 developers about their perceptions about the mobile market and something that was mentioned was they felt it was “likely to very likely” that they would be building mobile apps for more than just...
Only 30 of the top 500 online retailers, or just 6 percent, have added the option of logging in with Facebook to their account-creation process, and of those 30, 30 percent are shooting themselves in the foot by requiring users to create separate password for their sites, according to the results of a new study from Sociable Labs.
Sociable Labs said it focused solely on login with Facebook, and did not factor in whether retailers’ sites used social plugins, such as the like button, or other social applications.
TIMEWith Zappar, Augmented Reality Is Ready for Prime TimeTIMEBy definition, augmented reality (AR) is a technology that lets a person view a real-life scene, ad, kids book, game or movie poster, for example, via their mobile device and then adds...
The new LinkedIn homepage will be online soon, I like it, and you ? (note Martin Gysler)
LinkedIn is constantly changing its platform these days. You may have noticed the new home page, which uses more graphic blocks to organize information. Now they are going to use the same kind of look for your public profile – what people see when they look up your profile.
Here’s an article from Examiner.com that discusses the new profile and other changes LinkedIn has made recently. You can see a larger preview here on the LinkedIn blog, as well as sign up to get an invitation to be an early adopter of the new look. This is a MUST for anyone looking for work in social media or using social media.
According to former CEO of AppVee and AndroidApps Alex Ahlund, the average cost to develop a mobile app is $6,453 -- and the cost can skyrocket to as much as $150,000 depending on the complexity of the app.
Mobile application development is rapidly becoming the most powerful tool for a developer to make the world even more compact than what it has already been ([Mobile Apps] Mobile Application Development: World in Your Pocket
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