Groupon meet Yelp

Posted on 27 July 2010

It appears that the Daily Deal space is getting a bit more crowded as crowdsourced directory service Yelp recently confirmed that they have been testing Groupon-style deals in Sacramento. http://techcrunch.com/2010/07/26/yelp-gears-up-to-take-on-groupon-starts-testing-local-deals/ Switched.com later reported that the above mentioned TechCrunch Groupon story was blown out of proportion. http://www.switched.com/2010/07/27/yelp-is-not-competing-with-groupon/ Time will tell.

Sell your clothing and electronics with these apps

Posted on 01 May 2016

Why image recognition is about to transform business

Posted on 01 May 2016

Review: Grenco Science’s G-Pen Elite is the best vape of its kind

Posted on 30 April 2016

New initiatives emerge to help refugees

Posted on 30 April 2016

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Welcome to the post-app world?

Posted on 30 April 2016

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Digital magazine company Issuu is now a collaboration platform, too

Posted on 30 April 2016

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The NFL Draft and the $16 Million Tweet?

Posted on 29 April 2016

Is it possible that new Miami Dolphins  offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil cost himself up to $16 million with one tweet? Tunsil, who starred at the University of Mississippi , was projected as the top pick in the 2016 National Football League Draft  by some experts, but he was not selected until pick No. 13

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Everything You Need to Know About Facebook’s Q1 2016 Earnings Call

Posted on 28 April 2016

Facebook reported its first-quarter-2016  financial results Wednesday and announced a proposal to create a new class of stock in the company. Following are highlights from the social network’s financial results, details about the stock class proposal and highlights from the company’s earnings call, which was held Wednesday after market close.

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Facebook Now Tracks Call-to-Action Clicks via ‘Actions on Page’ Insights Tab

Posted on 22 January 2016

Facebook has been pretty forward about suggesting that page owners add some kind of call-to-action on their page. These call-to-action buttons are not just for advertisers and can be used to drive traffic back to your company’s website, call attention a whitepaper or have people sign up for your email list. But now, Facebook is giving page owners a deeper understanding into how active those call-to-action buttons are

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