Monthly archive for May 2017

The best Meeker 2017 Internet Trends slides and what they mean

 Here are the must-read stats about what’s happening with internet adoption, smartphones, ads, e-commerce, entertainment, gaming, enterprise healthcare, China, India and startups. We’ve picked the most important slides from legendary Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker’s massive 355-page 2017 Internet Trends report, deciphered the complex data and explained why…

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Read Mary Meeker’s essential 2017 Internet Trends report

 This is the best way to get up to speed on everything going on in tech. Kleiner Perkins venture partner Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends report is essentially the state of the union for the technology industry. The widely anticipated slide deck compiles the most informative research

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Miso Happy is a 3D selfie app that rocks the uncanny valley

 Move over duckface. Shove off rainbow spew. There’s a new selfie game in town and it wants to turn your 2D visage into uncannily accurate 3D — then splice that axiomatic piece of you into animated cartoon suits that rock out, strut their disco stuff, skateboard, look

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Reddit’s new location tagging feature continues its push to become a social network

 Reddit is continuing its march towards becoming a social network after it added location tagging to its mobile app. The service is famously known as “the front page of the internet,” but this year it has rolled out features that make it much more like Twitter or

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The Facebook Algorithm Demystified: How to Optimize for News Feed Exposure

The Facebook Algorithm Demystified: How to Optimize for News Feed Exposure

Are your posts reaching fewer people on Facebook? Wondering how to appear in more people’s news feeds? Facebook’s algorithm dictates who sees your content and who doesn’t. In this article, you’ll discover how the Facebook algorithm works, and how marketers can optimize their posts for maximum news

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Peer-to-peer travel agency TRVL raises $2.7m to crowd-ify travel planning

 Through Lyft and Uber, the sharing economy has taken a charge at cabs. Airbnb is making hotels palpitate in their pants. If TRVL has its way, it’s the travel agencies’ turn to tremble. Armed with 2.7 million freshly minted dollars from a conglomerate of angel investors, the

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Ballmer explains why he invested in Twitter

 Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer took the stage at Code Conference on Tuesday and talked about why he owns a large position in Twitter. At one point Ballmer owned 4 percent of the company, but he declined to say how much he still owns, just referring to

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Twitter tests rounded buttons and thumbnails…because that’s the problem?

 Twitter is testing a new interface for its mobile applications on iOS and Android, which involves rounded profile images, buttons and other features. It’s unclear what advantage going “round” would bring. Read More Source: Tech Crunch Social Twitter tests rounded buttons and thumbnails…because that’s the problem?

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Twitter adds Direct Message request review inbox feature

 Twitter will now allow you to review Direct Messages received from people who you don’t follow before responding to them in a consolidated inbox, adopting a feature that Facebook has long used for its own messaging feature and app. The new DM review inbox function works for

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Visual Content and Social Media Marketing: New Research

Visual Content and Social Media Marketing: New Research

Are you wondering how important visuals are in your social media posts? Do you want to know how other marketers approach visual marketing? In this article, you’ll discover new research that reveals why you should include visuals in your marketing, and insights on the types of visual

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