The microblogging platform Twitter is adjusting itself to the changes that happened on the social media sphere and on the web in general.
Smartphones we have and use daily, are little computers which went far beyond just "phones."
With their increasing processing power and storage, do you know that smartphones you carry around aren't just helping or accompanying you with useful information? As long as they're on and running, they're also collecting a lot of your data and habit.
Not just once or twice, but the whole day. Anytime your smartphone has sufficient power and running, it's mostly working.
Bitcoin was originally intended to be a fast, secure and inexpensive means of making payments without using the traditional financial system. The cryptocurrency's initial vision, was to become the "peer-to-peer electronic cash system."
But its initial design, has proven to be incapable of accommodating growing demands, without altering its original vision.
Getting leads is the way to succeed for businesses.
Leads are targeted audience that qualified, and eventually become customers. Getting leads is so important that powerful businesses have spent countless of hours focusing and perfecting their strategy.
While every business rely on different channels to generate their leads, or to increase their conversion rates, they tend to ignore the value of "welcoming" their customer using email, and "thanking" them by directing them to a dedicated web page.
Everything that has moving pasts, will degrade when they get older. This is true because friction will eat away parts bits by bits. But how about computers and gadgets? They don't have "visible" moving parts, so why do they degrade?
It's universally acknowledged that things that age will deteriorate. In terms of computers and gadgets, they have a limited lifespan for optimum performance. But why is that happening? What are the factors that cause that inevitable sluggishness?
Every website that is online on the web, has a purpose. For businesses, it's to be seen, with an ultimate goal to make money.
The search engine market is occupied by players. But the most notable is Google, followed by Bing. They have become great tools that put together the web into one place. For businesses, search engines have proven themselves useful in bringing their websites to their desired audience.
However, there are challenges.
Those who frequently browse the web, should at least encountered the dreaded and the notorious "404 Not Found."
404 is an HTTP status code. Every time someone visits a web page, the browser is requesting data from a server. But before the web page can be displayed, the web server has to send the HTTP header first, which contains the status code of the said page.
Video contents on the web has evolved and became one of the most popular way to deliver information as well as entertainment. And on YouTube only, there are more than a billion hours worth of videos added each day.
Since video consumption rises, nearly every social media networks are giving their specialized video feature, packed with algorithms to target the audience better. For this particular reason, video marketers need to know how to ace the algorithms in order to champion their videos.