How to implement App Search Optimization – ASO for Mobile Apps

How to implement App Search Optimization – ASO for Mobile Apps

The Brands Millennials Most Want To Work For

According to research conducted by YouGov, the majority of young people today want to work at tech and web companies. The index rankings reveal that Google is the most sought after employer for millennials, followed by Amazon and Netflix.

Only three non-tech/web brands make YouGov’s top-10 and they are Nike, Disneyland/Disney World and Johnson & Johnson.

Infographic: The Brands Millennials Most Want To Work For | Statista
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Jack Welch on Making Strategy Come Alive

Twitter Falls Behind in Terms of Mobile Engagement

According to comScore data, an average user in the United States spent less than 3 minutes a day using Twitter on mobile devices in the fourth quarter 2015 – Facebook sees 10 times that engagement, as our chart illustrates. To make things worse, Twitter’s mobile engagement has been declining for seven straight quarters until the end of 2015 and supposedly continued doing so in the first three months of 2016.

Infographic: Twitter Falls Behind in Terms of Mobile Engagement | Statista
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Microsoft Hololens: Virtual 3D Teleportation

Virtual Teleportation from Microsoft’s Hololens. They call it Holoportation and it’s a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high-quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed and transmitted anywhere in the world in real time.

It’s vision is that communicating and interacting with remote users will become as natural as face-to-face communication one day.

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) & How it will Impact your SEO

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open source initiative between publishers and technology to improve the mobile content ecosystems for publishers, consumer platforms, creators & users.

AMP aims to dramatically improve the performance of the mobile web

Bye Bye Flash!

1) Google has announced yesterday that it won’t be accepting flash-based ads after the end of June 2016. From 2017 onwards all ads will have to be coded in HTML5.

2)Flash is now widely regarded as a performance-hampering safety hazard and more and more companies are turning their back on what was once the industry standard.

3) Citing security concerns, Mozilla recently disabled the Flash plugin in its Firefox browser by default;

4) Amazon has banned it from its advertising network and other companies are following suite.

5) In January 2016, just 18 percent of websites in the Alexa Top 10,000 used Flash, down from almost 50 percent four years earlier.

Infographic: Bye Bye Flash! | Statista
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Source : Statista