Facebook has added nearly 200 flags to its Profile Frames feature. This allows users to add overlay imagery filters of flags on top of profile photos.
"User Experience" and "Customer Experience" sound pretty similar and often used interchangeable. But are they really the same? No. Are they similar? No.
They may seem to be similar at first, but what they mean could be everything but the same.
The world advances faster than most people think. As the world of startups continue to bloom, the more traditional companies which already had presence long way before them, could have their entities disrupted.
To compete with those fast-moving businesses, traditional companies need to stay relevant in order to have that competitive advantage. And that is by creating delightful, intuitive experiences for end users and customers.
There are many ways to increase your web traffic, and the most common are: building appropriate backlinks, increasing your site's authority and adding new contents frequently. While those could increase your traffic to a margin, there are other ways to increase traffic without doing any of those.
And one of them is by leveraging what you already had.
To extending the reach of your existing contents, you're felling the gaps where you have previously lacked.
People are on the move, and mobility is where everything is at. We have seen the evolution of technology, and the general purpose for them to exist is to ease how we live our lives. As times passes, we realize that the rising trend of mobile devices are undergoing a massive migration, and all of that is happening straight under our noses.
Google is a search engine that is indeed the most popular and most widely used. With influence throughout the web, it functions by crawling and indexing most of the web, putting them all together for easy searching.
It's very easy to think that the word "hack" in growth hack will help you in achieving an overnight success. The truth is that none of the "growth hacks" guarantee to work flawless. It may work fast to some, but to most people it won't.
Startups can take off easy and fast because the founders are able to make them go off quickly. This is like having an engine to start and keep it going while constantly being refueled. While it may look easy, but the fact is that your business needs a lot of resources and labor to get things going as expected.
LinkedIn started out as little more than a convenient recruiting tool. It is not Facebook, but it's still having a special place in the social media sphere. The site has grown into one of the most powerful social media channels on the web. However, many marketers have no idea what to do with it.
What makes LinkedIn unique here is it can act a both a social network and a content hub for distribution platform. The business-oriented and professional networking social network has millions of active users that are contributing to its growth.