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Facebook might seem old and tired now. But it still tops the charts at nearly 2.2 billion people who are active at least on a monthly basis. This means that more than one in every five humans is on Facebook. With so many people using Facebook, it would be natural to assume that posting more content to the social site would give your content more opportunities for users to see it. But that’s not exactly how it works. In fact, it’s actually the opposite.
Many of us assume our devices are becoming more secure. After all, we’re constantly buying the latest devices and receiving software updates to supposedly patch vulnerabilities like putting caulk around a leaky faucet. However, recent reports of hacks and data theft suggest that our devices are as vulnerable as ever. So what's the best, most effective way to secure your smartphone?
How, exactly, do you gauge the performance of a smartphone’s battery? Since battery size isn’t always indicative of battery performance, we’ve had to look for some other representation. That’s where screen-on time comes into play.
As the number of flagships with the 18:9 display aspect ratio continues to climb, consumers must ask themselves an important question: Are there actual benefits to having an 18:9 display?
Since each of us carries a mobile device with us indefinitely, ensuring that you're using the right service is pretty important. So which of the "Big Four" wireless carriers -- Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint -- is the right choice for you?
Although it’s only just now becoming more common in smartphone displays, HDR has been a buzzword in the TV industry for several years. But TVs with screen sizes of 65 inches or more are a far cry from a smartphone in almost every way. Even so, smartphones are increasingly pushed to offer a home theatre-like experience on the go. So it was inevitable that we would eventually begin to see HDR there, too. But what is mobile HDR? And is it necessary?
Facebook has started taking steps to change the Organic Reach of pages on their platform. And that has some implications for everyone. To help cut through the clutter and keep a clear picture of the path ahead, I’m going to lay out what’s actually changing with Facebook Organic Reach.
Running a great site takes time and effort. There are so many factors and components to consider, from choosing the topics your site will cover to picking a distinctive yet user-friendly look and optimizing the website for search engine visibility.
But for all the moving parts a website has, you might be surprised to learn that increasing traffic to your site is rather straightforward. In fact, there are several little-known tips, tricks, and growth hacks that you can use to drive more traffic to your WordPress website.
The next must-have smartphone is never more than a week or two from launch, but the most recent data indicates the average user will upgrade his or her daily driver after 22.7 months with the device. As contracts with wireless providers become less common and we’re no longer bound by a two-year upgrade cycle, how do you know when it’s time for an upgrade?
Marketing professionals are continuously looking for ways to better market products and services and stand out in a crowd of choices for consumers. Increasingly, that is leading them to the world of marketing technology, which insiders commonly refer to as “martech” for short. But as recent data shows, there’s quite a disconnect when it comes to the philosophies of marketers who want to use technology, and marketers who sell technology to other marketers.
It seems like everybody has a blog nowadays. There are food bloggers, travel bloggers, fashion bloggers, parenting bloggers, health bloggers, film and television bloggers, and even bloggers who blog about blogging.
With so many competitors vying for digital dominance, how can you make sure that yours is one of the select few to get premium search engine ranking?
As it happens, there are actually a few things you can do and some tools you can use to boost your blog’s rankings.
Ah, tax season. Whether you’re a business owner, independent professional, or a freelancer, tax season tends to be a time of year that strikes fear in the hearts of many.
For freelancers in particular, tax season can be particularly stressful as the burden of keeping all the important documentation rests squarely on their own shoulders. But what if tax season doesn’t need to be so stressful? If you keep tax season at the back of your mind throughout the entire year, then tax season can be easy for freelancers like yourself.
For a writer, there’s hardly a more rewarding feeling than when your work is published. It’s the icing on the cake, the cherry on the sundae, a culmination of all the time, effort, and self-doubt that readers will never realize went into that publication.
But the work doesn’t stop there.
Self-publishing is about the long-game. The actual publication of your book is really just the first step if you want your self-published book to reach a broad audience and be a success. Once your book is published, it’s time to start promoting and marketing your book.
Like a digital Big Bang, the Internet exploded in the 1990s, becoming a mainstream commodity that connected people, services, products, and companies. With the subsequent advent of eCommerce and social media, countless purchases have been made and cyber-friendships have blossomed, made possible by the digital landscape of the World Wide Web. But will we see significant evolution in the worlds of eCommerce and social media between now and the not-too-distant future?
Boutique treatment centers offer much more than the minimum. In fact, a boutique facility can be your sanctuary of healing, offering privacy and luxury in an intimate environment with only the highest quality treatments.