by Mike Fleming Last time I shared here, I established that a major problem affecting your site performance is hat (because you designed or contributed to or commissioned and approved the site) YOU don't have to think when YOU use the...Show More Summary
On average, your readers will only read 28% of the words on a page. Can you tell your whole story in 2-3 sentences? Probably not. The best content marketers start with research and gather great data that supports their message. That data could be customer satisfaction percentages, product ratings, testimonials, reviews, etc. Show More Summary
Why board games aren't "bored" games anymore.
Down is back at SXSW, and so are the sexy ads.
Mobile-first networks Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine reach strategic, engaged audience segments (i.e., young people), which is clearly compelling to marketers. So it's only a matter of time before these networks can turn on the revenue faucets.
The cloud ecosystem is heading into a new phase of growth as the industry shifts its focus away from the lower layers of the stack to higher, value-added functionality. This turning point represents both an opportunity and a challenge for … Continue reading ?
Have you ever seen a Superlambanana in the wild? I have. They’re about seventeen feet high, have the tail of a banana, the body of a sheep and are a bright, luminous yellow. No, I’ve not eaten any moldy bread. I’m not suffering from ergot poisoning. Show More Summary
On the Internet, everyone could be a spy working for the British government.
Dogecoin tipping hasn’t taken over Facebook—or even really made much of dent.
As part of SEJ’s partnership with Third Door Media, I was given the opportunity to interview five marketing experts who will be speaking at SMX West. This was a really awesome opportunity to pick the minds of some of the best in theShow More Summary
In a recommendation to the Australian Government, Google warns that draconian anti-piracy measures could prove counterproductive. Instead, the Government should promote new business models. "There is significant, credible evidence emerging that online piracy is primarily an availability and pricing problem," Google states. Show More Summary
Last week’s big acquisition saw CNN sell off its Zite newsreader app to Flipboard in a deal reportedly worth some $60 million, as the latter bids to become the world’s number one news personalization app. Flipboard says that it bought … Continue reading ?
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. ‘12 Years A Slave’ tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Frozen’ 'Delivery Man' completes the top three. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and VPN services.
When MtGox suddenly shut up show with $400 million worth of ‘missing’ Bitcoins last month, the owners of the exchange stated that hackers were responsible for this loss. Whoever had raided MtGox has successfully exploited the transaction malleability bug to … Continue reading ?
Posted by Tom.Capper Attribution modeling in Google Analytics (GA) is potentially very powerful in the results it can give us, yet few people use it, and those that do often get misleading results. The built-in models are all fairly useless, and creating your own custom model can easily dissolve into random guesswork. Show More Summary
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Booklikes – helps people share their reading life and discover new books. It’s a blog platform designed for book lovers. Discover great books by exploring blogs and let others discover the best books thank to your book reviews. Writing reviews was never so easy, fast and engaging – connect your review with a single book or whole book series. Show More Summary
Feel a little guilty about the lack of posts here, but there’s a pretty clear excuse: been dealing with several house projects over the past year or so. And I gotta say, it’s all been oddly satisfying. Cutting a few trees down, hauling off yard debris, scattering compost, planning where the garden walls will go, […]
This is a guest contribution from Mike Sowden. Have you ever taken part in a business presentation that just died on the spot? Say you’re up there speaking. Nobody is laughing at your jokes. Your throat has dried up. Dark patches of panic-sweat are appearing all over your shirt. You suddenly need the bathroom. What’s [...]Show More Summary
With all the chat around new blog tips, mistakes made, and resources used, we’ve got to thinking – what were the biggest obstacles to you all when you first started out blogging? Was it finding readers, tech stuff, or design? Perhaps it was navigating social media, or even finding content to write? I do know [...]Show More Summary