Mobile data volume is projected to increase 11 times between 2015 and 2020 due to streaming video data. According to Cisco white papers, by 2020, 70% of global population will be mobile users and video will account for 77% of total mobile data traffic, up from 61% in 2015. What does that mean for you?
Chinese New Year is around the corner. Spring is in the air! An often used phrase to greet those celebrating the Chinese New Year is “Xin Nian Kuai Le” (Happy New Year) or “Chun Jie Kuai Le” (Happy Spring Festival)! Try using this with your friends.
When you find a podcast on iTune that you like and don’t want to miss another episode, you can subscribe to the channel. Whether you use a Windows machine or a Mac, you can download the iTune app onto your laptop or tablet. Install the app by double clicking. Open up the app and you’ll […]
So 2016 has arrived and the new year signals a new and exciting beginning. Are you charged with renewed energies after the end-of-the-year reflections? This is the time of the year when anticipation of new opportunities and business growth abounds and people are invigorated with new hopes. Somehow, things will be different this year, right?
If a picture paints a thousand words, how would a video fair? By 2016, 2.08 billion users globally are projected to possess smartphones. That’s 2.08 billion potential video producers (Millennials and Baby Boomers), ready to captures the special “moments” throughout the day and to share these online.
If your business doesn’t have a website, it’s time to get one – one with your own web address. Websites are no longer optional. And if your website is looking dated, cluttered or if it’s not mobile ready, you’ll need a website makeover. Website makeovers are not just for aesthetic reasons
You may be aware that LinkedIn has members in 200 countries and supports up to 24 languages on its platform. No, it does not translate your primary profile into 23 other languages. But if you are fluent in another language, you could set up your profile in that language.
This is not a new flag. No. But it does attempt to show diversity being embraced. Relationships are formed when there’s connection. And that can happen when we try to enter each other’s world.
Have you seen the squiggly characters on some LinkedIn primary profiles? You have one chance to make an impactful first impression and two seconds to do so. What better way to connect with your web visitors than to communicate with them in their native language?
In the last post, we saw how landing pages work in tandem with email marketing to grow an audience base. We also discussed how landing pages are different from home pages: In the audience they serve and The objectives they help to achieve This video demonstrates how the two types of pages are different: