Mashable: Mashable was founded in 2005, but gained great exposure after becoming a consistent source of information related to the social media landscape in 2009 and beyond. Lifehacker: If you are a long-time Lifehacker reader like I am, you know that Lifehacker has not changed much in the last couple of years. They have the same kind of content, and they are still one of the most popular websites in the world. Buffer Blog: Buffer Blog, a Twitter app, started posting about productivity and life hacks, and they consistently did it for months (and are still doing it), to establish a brand value for themselves. … [Read more...] about What Does Consistency in Blogging Mean & Why You Should Care
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Image courtesy: Gartner Marketers’ growing dependence on data-driven strategies and tactics continues to drive a convergence of martech and adtech. Both have a growing dependence on data-driven strategies and tactics. At the strategic level, this convergence is the result of a continuing focus on delivering compelling and valued customer experiences, regardless of the market or the product or service. Product categories such as data management platforms (DMPs), marketing analytics, marketing automation and predictive analytics are increasingly shared in Martech and Adtech stacks. … [Read more...] about The Rise of MarTech and What It Means for AdTech
If they are not replying to your mails then don’t take it the negative way. As I mentioned above, Pro bloggers job is not easy and one have to take care of so many things. You are not the only one mailing them and like you they get hundreds-thousands of Emails daily. Some of them are important, some are news and some are pure garbage, but you can’t let any Email hitting your inbox unattended, and then priority Emails come into the picture. … [Read more...] about Do you Really Think That Pro-Bloggers are Mean ???
What an “In-Depth” Article Actually is? Most of the people often take help of search engines to know a basic outline of a particular subject, but we have no shortage of experts who try to get to the roots of specific topics and understand it in a broader sense. An article containing the complete information on a subject from full head to toe can be termed as an “In-depth” article. I did a sample search for keyword Facebook, and this is what I received in the new in-depth corner: … [Read more...] about What Google’s “In-Depth Articles” Algorithm Means for Your Content Strategy
And that’s OK for a certain crowd. Without a doubt, WoW proved there was an audience for that experience. However, the rest of us have struggled to find a solid MMORPG. Circling back to the idea of death penalties, I think properly tackling that helps. Project Gorgon actually rewards death as a stat, increasing your health or inventory space. It motivates you to risk your life, if not outright find new ways to die. And that’s the point: to explore. That should be the challenge. It feels odd to say this, but making MMOs less “massive” by WoW numbers might help, as information on niche games often isn’t as widely available. This makes it harder to obtain spoilers, increases the likelihood that you ask for help, and the odds that you actually explore for yourself (assuming you don’t quit and move on to another game before that). … [Read more...] about Massively Overthinking: What we really mean when we talk about ‘difficulty’ in MMORPGs