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LinkedIn adds a native auto-playing video solution to its mobile apps

Linkedin now allows users to upload native video through its app. Videos can be shot horizontally or vertically and like Facebook, will play automatically when browsing. Video creators can record up to 10 minutes of video and will have access to analytics such as view count, likes, and shares.

Source - Read More: thenextweb.com

 
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15 Must Know Facts on How People View Websites (+5 for Mobile)

How people view websites? What is the 1st thing the eye is drawn to on a site? How people scan your site? Find out how to make your site better

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The way we consume content has changed, and a lot has to do with our mobile devices.

With many websites seeing mobile traffic as high as 80% of the way we write and post content to our website has to change. Mobile visitors spend less time reading pages with a long text and are more likely to bounce from your website when they land on a page with 2000+ words.

 
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7 Emails Your eCommerce Store Needs to Send Out on an Automated Basis #Infographic 

Are you hesitating about incorporating emails into your online marketing strategy? Think that this method is past its prime? Well, think again.

More than 70% of customers chose email over other online channels, including social media, mobile apps, direct mail, and text messaging. Not convinced? How about the fact that email has an average ROI of $38 for each $1 spent?

One of the biggest reasons why customers prefer emails over other promotion channels is personalization. Marketing emails can be highly personalized, down an individual user level, which is appreciated by prospects and customers.

Source - Read More: www.socialmediatoday.com

 
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Facebook’s New ‘Find Wi-Fi’ Feature Shows You Free Wi-Fi Hotspots Nearby

Facebook’s much anticipated ‘Find Wi-Fi’ feature just got released to everyone using its mobile app. Just click on ‘More’ and enable ‘Find Wi-Fi’. You’ll then be able to see nearby Wi-Fi locations as a list or on a map. The ‘Find Wi-Fi’ feature is super helpful if you are looking for a coffee shop to work from or if you have limited data and need to connect with friends or check emails.

The featured Wi-Fi hotspots are generated from businesses or locations that have a Facebook profile and indicate they have free Wi-Fi. So the list you are presented with might not be factually correct but it definitely gives you a place to start from. It is worth noting that Facebook automatically enables the Location History Tracker when using the feature and will record in each place if you use that Wi-Fi hotspot to log in to Facebook. Thus being able to target you with ads and build up your profile.

Source - Read More: interestingengineering.com

 
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Facebook has a magical Harry Potter easter egg to celebrate the book’s 20th anniversary

The news that the Harry Potter series is twenty years old has left me saddened in the way only Dobby’s untimely death could. Has it really been that long? Apparently so.

To celebrate, Facebook has added a bit of magic to the Facebook site and mobile applications. Statuses that contain the phrase ‘Harry Potter, ‘Gryffindor,’ ‘Ravenclaw,’ ‘Hufflepuff,’ or ‘Slytherin’ will display a cool animation of a wand casting a spell when tapped.

Source - Read More: thenextweb.com

 
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