With mobile explosion, marketers are running to their coders to come up with magic solution to ensure great email experience, regardless of device. But before you decide to adopt new design approach, ask these three questions to better understand the behaviors of your multiscreen-using subscribers.
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TRUSTe’s online survey of 2,006 adults and summary the findout based on consumer concern, consumer mistrust and business impact perspective.
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55% of big data projects are not completed because:
– 58% inaccurate scope
– 41% technical roadblocks
– 39% siloed data and non-cooperation
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2013 is set to see an almost unprecedented embracing of technology in education. We’ve compiled some of the major ed-tech trends for 2013 into this article.
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2012 was a year of social media shake-ups platforms, and a tighter integration of social media into existing business processes. As the dust of the 2012 social media scuffle settles, now is a perfect time to look back at how each social network performed. The Nielsen Group measured the performance of the major networks and we have compiled the statistics into a series of report cards. Take a look at each network’s growth, monthly visitors and estimated marketing ROI.
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Average salary per year for Application Developer: $75,000
Taxi Driver: $31,000
Graphic Designer: $51,000
Average Salary: $45,250
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Your LinkedIn Profile
– Update your status regularly with relevant information that shows you’re a thought-leader in your industry.
– Make sure you have a great photo: it should be professional, should look like you, and should be a front-facing headshot.
– Complete all of the available fields: including some of the newer fields like projects, courses and publications.
– Update your jobs to have keywords in the title and descriptions so that you show up more frequently in searches.
– Update applications that show your interests, like your Amazon reading list, your blog, or your slideshows.
– Write a catchy headline and summary – this is your first impression and it should be an attention grabber.
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Comparison of smartphone sales across three years – 2010, 2011 and 2012. It’s been a steady climb for some and decline for others.
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If you have installed Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader on a Windows 64-bit OS, you may notice that the Adobe PDF printer has not been installed. During the installation you may have received an error with this message “Printer driver was not installed. Operation could not be completed (error0x00000002).”
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Microsoft release Windows 8 Release Preview and provided options to upgrade from earlier versions of Windows like Windows 7, Windows 8 consumer or developer preview, Windows XP and Vista. If you were running Windows 8 Consumer Preview or developer preview and installed Windows 8 Release Preview and didn’t reformat hard drive during installation, Windows will retain files from the user account so that you can retrieve old files from Windows.old folder created during installation.
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