Active Window

An active window is the currently focused window in the current window manager or explorer. Different window managers indicate the currently-active window in different ways and allow the user to switch between windows in different ways. For example, in Microsoft Windows, if both Notepad and Microsoft Paint are open, clicking in the Notepad window will cause that window to become active. In Windows, the active window is indicated by having a different coloured title bar.
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  • 7 Content Marketing Metrics You’re Probably Undervaluing

    … understanding of how your audience engages with your email, and what you need to do to improve that engagement. The Rise of Relationship Metrics While the above metrics aren’t perfect—we can’t look inside a user’s brain to see how truly engaged they are— they do provide far more insight than simply looking at pageviews, visits, or likes. If you truly want to raise awareness and build deeper relationships, track your metrics like you care. This article originally appeared on Contently. …

    Celine Roque/ Relevancein Social Paid Search EMail Content- 15 readers -
  • E-Commerce Practices That Are Costing Conversions

    … where the active window is covered with a giant pop-over promotion within the first few seconds? The practice has become very popular over the past year, and I suspect the results are mixed, especially for e-commerce sites. One of the most common pop-overs used in e-commerce is a promotion offering a discount off the visitor’s first order…

    Tim Ash/ Marketing Land- 20 readers -
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