November 2015

Social Media Marketing Trends To Expect In 2016

08:53 09 November in Uncategorized by Marc

Social media will remain to be a vital marketing platform for businesses. Based on a research featured by Mashable in 2014, roughly around 81% of small to medium enterprises are leveraging social media, while 94% of them have a strong ongoing marketing campaign. By 2016,...

WWDC 2015 Highlights

21:52 11 June in News by Marc

Apple has announced their mid-year updates for iOS, OS X, and Watch OS platforms, at the Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC for short. Here’s a breakdown of the main announcements: OS X: Apple announced OS X El Capitan, the follow up to OS X Yosemite. Yes, they’re...

Swizly

5 Outstanding Sites For Free Stock Photos

13:14 18 March in Tools & Resources by AddBeretta1915

If you don't have a stock photo account and if you're not keen on paying the steep per-image cost - fret no more. Luckily, more and more free-photo engines are sprouting by the day. Here are some of our all time favorites, packed with hi-res digital stock photographs for your commercial...

The Android Flagships of MWC 2015

09:34 13 March in News by Marc

It’s that time of year again! Mobile World Congress is over, and we’re left gawking with brand new tech goodness. Out of all companies and manufacturers that were present at MWC, there’s no denying the fact that HTC and Samsung stole the show this year; both...

7 hashtags academics should be using on Twitter

09:07 23 February in Insights by AddBeretta1915

Whether or not scholars should be using hashtags in their publications is naturally, highly debatable. But one thing is certain: unless they've adopted hashtags on Twitter, they risk missing out on the global academic conversation unfolding by the minute. If you're a scholar, educator, or university...

#JeSuisCharlie and the Power of Hashtag Aggregation

15:56 08 January in Aggregation by Marc

Following the January 7 terror attack at the Charlie Hebdo head office in Paris, the Charlie Hebdo website published an image with the phrase “Je Suis Charlie” (I Am Charlie). Journalists from news offices around the World popularized the phrase as a hashtag, causing it...