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In this post, I will share with you an overview of the methodology I use to carry out competitive research that enables me to create insightful and data-led content strategy. This post is based on an imaginary company that competes in the same niche as BufferApp and highlights a brief overview of the following process: Identify destinations of choice in a given niche Devel ...
I am a big fan of Twitter, it is the only social media platform that I am really active on and I love every bit of it. As much as I love Twitter, I think there are many ways in which it could be improved. Something that I constantly think about is topic-based timelines. Let me explain. Since an early age I have been curious about a wide variety of subjects.
The race is on. Using varying & strikingly divergent approaches, the world’s most innovative technology companies are trying to achieve one thing. They are trying to build ecosystems that will take care of all your digital needs using a single sign-on account. Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook are at the forefront. Microsoft is at the back, limping, but there.
Google has announced that they have rolled out a new iteration of their original Panda algorithm update. Matt Cutts has made the following announcements via Twitter. This past weekend we started rolling out a ranking update for very spammy queries: http://t.co/NpUZRqpnBI — Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 21, 2014 Google is rolling out our Panda 4.0 update starting today.
Introducing #AmazonCart, http://amzn.to/1ufj9gn, an exciting new way to add Amazon products to your Cart, without leaving Twitter. Simply find a tweet co ...