In September 2015, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company was working on a "dislike" to accompany the popular "like" button. He said that the feature would reflect a more nuanced expressivity than the social network's famously positive "like".
What's dangerous is not to evolve.
- Jeff Bezos
In web design, getting a website to appear and appeal as good as it can is a critical target. As the global internet speed increases, people are demanding better quality in design, as well as more visuals and media. Implementing high definition means to adopt high resolution media elements. That is good because as more devices are capable of showing sharper display, the more consumers are there to be targeted. But that doesn't mean there's no drawbacks.
To be able to connect is one of the most important thing to get a meaning out of something. In business, being "connected" to consumers means that you know what they want. There are many businesses, even big players in the industry aren't still able to get their methods right in reaching their consumers. The result is a growing concern in which companies realize that they couldn't totally understand what their consumers want.
Being disconnected from consumers is the very least you want when faced with the challenges of selling things online.
As the internet comes in more places and mobile users are increasing, technology is changing how we see the future trends. With many things that tech can ease life, the are many questions to answer and obstacles to overcome.
One of which is privacy. Or to be precise: security.
With the many online businesses that are giving their services, ranging from costly to totally free of charge, information about users are exchangeable. The more someone gives his/her identity, the more he/she is at risk of online privacy breach.
Be clear, be specific and be bold. But mistakes still happen. No matter how good you are in writing an articles for the web, the chances for web visitors to actually read your message are actually low. How can you make those potential customers to read your text? How do you make them click the links you want them to click?
Most writers on the web treat their web visitors as readers of a printed text. This can be a good choice if your readers are actually interested in you. But the chances are low because most people on the web are in a hurry.
The internet has been around for quite a long time, and its growth is beyond expectations. With mobile devices on almost every people's hands, access to the World Wide Web has never been easier. As the internet grows, things become cluttered, untidy and overloaded. There are times when you need to take a look on how you site is before becoming one of the clutterness out there.
On the internet, online advertisements are one of the things that keep the gears moving. There's no denying that as more contents are posted on the web, the more ads will be shown. But how can content publishers do what they do if the audience are hating the ads they're seeing?
On the internet, many businesses are aiming for the same pool of audience. Inbound marketing is what gives you the power to attract those potential customers without using advertisements. The strategy involves several methods that include: using the modern trend as a start, publishing a compelling content, using the prominence of search engines, using the influence of social media, using A/B testing, and others.