• YouTube Tries to Take Care of Its Creators

    The addition of live streaming to its mobile application was YouTube’s big news from VidCon in Anaheim, Calif., but the Google-owned video site made several other announcements. Vice president of operations Sebastien Missoffe announced in a blog post that YouTube has: Missoffe wrote: The creator community isn’t just big, it’s strong. Think of it this way: More than 1, ...

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  • LGBTQ Pride Month on Twitter

    … equality around the world. We will continue to partner with nonprofit organizations like The Trevor Project, which works to support LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning/queer) youth in times of crisis, and we are honored to have received its 20/20 Visionary Award for our work advancing an empowering message for LGBTQ young…

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  • The Benefits of Using Tablet Point of Sales Systems In-Store

    … When retail outlets think about a point of sale tablet, they may simply be thinking of a replacement for the clunky, massive, old POS that they purchased a decade ago. It’s important to keep in mind that a POS tablet doesn’t simply solve the problem of hardware costs, it’s also a versatile tool that can improve the shopping experience…

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  • 3 Foolproof Steps To Writing Copy That Grabs Your Audience

    Published 16 mins ago 32 Are you talking to your customers about the things that matter to them using the right language? There’s a simple three-step process to make sure you’re using language that resonates with your audience, but first you’ve got to find that language before you can be sure you’re using it correctly.

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