How Mobile Apps Can Generate Leads For Your Business?

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Mobile apps are known as the powerful marketing tool in the world of smartphones. According to a research in 2011 re

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Mobile apps are known as the powerful marketing tool in the world of smartphones. According to a research in 2011 research study, professors at Australia’s Murdoch University found that the customers who interacted with branded mobile applications became more useful for the brands and there was almost 2 percent increase in the consumers. 

However this is not same with all the mobile apps. Game and applications were designed specially to provide entertainment and enjoyment to persuade users by these Mobile apps development Services. The winners were the applications that were useful for the consumers and helped the consumers to find the useful information for their benefits like cooking or shopping that led to the significant rise in their purchase. 

 

There are number of services available that help you to design apps according to your style.

 

This shows that your business can generate sales by having mobile applications with a brand. But for the best and useful results, your mobile application should provide consumers with the relevant information that they find useful in their daily routines. 

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How To Upload To Instagram Without Needing A Mobile Phone


Yes, that’s right! Who would have thought there would be a desktop app out there whic

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Yes, that’s right! Who would have thought there would be a desktop app out there which makes it actually possible to upload an image or video to Instagram without needing your phone. Oh, and it’s completely free to use.

 

So, place your phone aside, load up your PC or laptop, have your images ready and discover the magic that is Gramblr.

 

First things first, Gramblr is a desktop application meaning you need to download and install onto your computer. There is also an option for Mac users. Once you have this installed you’re good to go.

 

You now need to connect your Instagram account, this could be a personal or business account, so as long as you have permission to use it.

​LinkedIn wants to make your business chats snappier | ZDNet

LinkedIn has beefed up its messaging feature with automated smart replies.

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The new feature relies on machine learning to offer quick replies that are relevant to the context of a conversation, such as "Yes I am," "Sure," and "What time?"

 

The company says it will show up to three responses based on the message a user has received from a contact.

 

LinkedIn engineers are also working on a more personalized smart replies, such as "Thanks, Joe" versus just "Thanks."

 

The feature is rolling out worldwide, but only in English for now, and will be available on the LinkedIn mobile app and the website for desktops. Users can opt-out of the feature in settings. LinkedIn's help page notes the roll out is happening gradually, so it might not yet be available in all regions.

 

Unlike Microsoft's Skype, which uses Cortana for its smart replies, LinkedIn's engineers developed its system from scratch.

Taking the News Out of Facebook’s News Feed Could Hurt Publishers

A new feature that Facebook recently has been testing in a handful of countries could hurt publishers everywhere if it should roll out globally. The feature removes users' Liked pages from their main News Feed and aggregates them in a separate space called "Explore." In the six countries where Facebook has been testing the idea, traffic to news outlets reportedly has dropped 60-80 percent.

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A new feature that Facebook recently has been testing in a handful of countries could hurt publishers everywhere if it should roll out globally.

 

The feature removes users' Liked pages from their main News Feed and aggregates them in a separate space called "Explore."

In the six countries where Facebook has been testing the idea, traffic to news outlets reportedly has dropped 60-80 percent.

 

"Publishers should be terrified by this," said John Carroll, a mass communications professor at Boston University.

 

"One of the risks that publishers run when they rely on traffic from Facebook is that it can go away as quickly as it arrived," he told the E-Commerce Times.

No Planned Expansion

Facebook on Monday attempted to calm the anxiety it created in the publishing community.

 

"There have been a number of reports about a test we're running in Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Slovakia, Serbia, Guatemala and Cambodia," wrote Adam Mosseri, head of News Feed, in an online post. "Some have interpreted this test as a future product we plan to deliver globally. We currently have no plans to roll this test out further."

 

The test was launched in response to user feedback, he said.

"People tell us they want an easier way to see posts from friends and family. We are testing having one dedicated space for people to keep up with their friends and family, and another separate space, called Explore, with posts from pages," Mosseri explained.

 

"We will hear what people say about the experience to understand if it's an idea worth pursuing any further," he noted. "There is no current plan to roll this out beyond these test countries or to charge pages on Facebook to pay for all their distribution in News Feed or Explore."

10 Must-Have Plugins for Your WordPress Website

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The power of WordPress relies on its Content Management System and the Plugins. As It’s an open source CMS, it offers various plugins developed by WordPress or from the community. It’s great to have these plugins, which minimizes the development effort and budget. Here are the 10 Top most plugins that are required for your WordPress Website.

10 Must-Have Plugins for Your WordPress Website

WordPress biggest advantage is that how It helps Search Engine Optimization to promote its website. In traditional web development, SEO tags and methodologies have to be implemented in HTML or any web technologies. But WordPress offers salient plugins that easily promotes Search Indexing and page ranking.

The primary concern with WordPress plugins is a security breach. As there are many Ransom attacks happening right now. We will have to be cautious in installing a plugin on your WP site. We will have to check the credibility of those plugins before installing. An…

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Google launches Gmail Add-ons for Android and web from Asana, Trello, more

Back in March, Google announced that Add-ons long found in the Google Drive apps would be making their way to Gmail. Today, Gmail Add-ons are officially launching on both the web and Android apps.

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Back in March, Google announced that Add-ons long found in the Google Drive apps would be making their way to Gmail.

 

Today, Gmail Add-ons are officially launching on both the web and Android apps.

 

Google foresees Gmail Add-ons as allowing users to complete tasks and workflows right from their inbox without having to switch between apps.

For many of us, email is mission control—the prompt to generate an invoice, prepare a presentation or follow up on a sales opportunity. With so many to-dos, imagine if you could complete these tasks directly from your inbox without interrupting your workflow.

Gmail Add-ons can “contextually surface your go-to app” based on the contents of a message. On Android, there is a new bar at the bottom of the screen that lists “Available add-ons.”

 

Tapping, will launch a panel that takes up about half the display. In the desktop web app, Add-ons are accessible through a new right-hand rail, with a panel sliding out.

6 Things You’ll Need to Start a Successful SEO Campaign

You can start a successful SEO campaign with a few basic components—without breaking the bank or gathering years of experience.

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As a newcomer, you may find it intimidating to kick off a search engine optimization (SEO) campaign. Some experts seemingly paint a complex picture of this field. And, in some ways, it is true.

Hundreds of factors bear an impact on search engine ranking and visibility.

 

Thus, SEO mastery will take years of research, practice and experience.

 

Yet, you can start a successful SEO campaign with a few basic components—without breaking the bank or gathering years of experience. While dominating search engine rankings may take time, a small investment in time and effort will already help increase site traffic and visibility.

 

Here are six things you can work on to start a successful SEO campaign: