Tag: development

Mobile Commerce, Mobile Marketing

LinkedIn Launches New Content Marketing Development Course

June 20, 2022

Via: Social Media Today

Looking to up your content skills for digital marketing? This may help – LinkedIn has launched a new LinkedIn Marketing Labs certification course on “Content and Creative Design”, which is now available for free to all LinkedIn users. As you […]


Apple’s AR glasses arriving in 2020, iPhone will do most of the work

March 8, 2019

Via: Apple Insider

The iPhone producer’s work in the field of augmented reality has led to many reports over the years claiming a headset or smart glasses that take advantage of the technology is in development. According to a note to investors from […]


Foldable phones: a brief history of their beginning

February 27, 2019

Via: The Verge

Im writing this for the year 2024. For the time when we’ll all know whether foldable phones were a mere fad or — more likely, in my opinion — they turned out to be the future of mobile computing. Whatever […]

Platforms, Technology

7 Key Principles for a Successful DevOps Culture

January 9, 2019

Via: CMSWire

As we move into 2019, the demand for rapid and constantly improving digital experiences has never been higher. To match the market’s demands, brands are adopting a DevOps culture to streamline the development, deployment, management and maintenance of software at […]


Sony game cartridge patent hints at development of a Vita successor

November 27, 2018

Via: The Verge

A new design patent suggests that the PlayStation Vita might not be the end of the line for Sony’s handheld console lineup (via TechTastic). The patent shows the design of an electronic game cartridge attributed to Sony Interactive Entertainment filed […]

Technology, Website design and optimization

Where Online Shopping Search Has Gone Wrong

October 17, 2018

Via: Ecommerce Times

While online shopping has exploded over the last decade and innovation around e-commerce has skyrocketed, there has been very little development around quality improvements in product search, navigation or discovery, notwithstanding the success of generic and open source search solutions, […]

Advertising & Marketing, Technology

What to consider when selecting marketing channels

July 12, 2018


Selecting the marketing channels to use is a complex decision – there’s no one-size-fits-all formula for distributing your product. Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been in business for a while, it can be difficult to find effective ways […]

Platforms, Technology, Website design and optimization

The SEO’s essential guide to web technology

February 22, 2018


As an SEO professional, your role will invariably lead you to interactions with people in a wide variety of roles including business owners, marketing managers, content creators, link builders, PR agencies, and developers. That last one – developers – is […]

Website design and optimization

7 High-Converting Landing Page Examples for Your Personal Swipe File

January 17, 2017

Via: Jeff Bullass Blog

Many of us know of David Livingstone as a well-known Scottish explorer of Africa, perhaps most famous for being greeted with the underwhelming line, “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?” At the time of the famous greeting, he’d gone years without any […]


Twitter Adds New Periscope Display Option for Twitter Profiles

October 6, 2016

Via: Social Media Today

Here’s a small, but helpful addition. Today, Twitter has released a new option for users to display a Periscope link on their Twitter profile. The Periscope link provides quick access to a users’ Periscope presence, but it also turns red […]


Facebook to take on eBay and Craigslist with new Marketplace

October 4, 2016

Via: TheNextWeb

As soon as you open up the Marketplace – there’s a new icon at the bottom of the Facebook app – you’ll see various photos of items people near you have listed. In case a random selection of people’s junk […]


Twitter now lets anyone create Moments about anything

September 29, 2016

Via: TheNextWeb

Twitter’s Moment’s feature is one of the most unique tools to be introduced to the platform in the last few years, but it’s been limited in that only the wizards at Twitter HQ and a select few partners could create them. That’s […]

Platforms, Technology

10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with WordPress

June 9, 2016

Via: itCurated

Adding extra functionality to a WordPress website is as easy as installing a plugin. With literally thousands of plugins to choose from – both free and premium ones – I’m sure you already realize that there’s some seriously awesome WordPress […]

Apps & Sites

Alpha Software Touts Rapid Mobile App Development ‘Without Limits’

April 26, 2016

Via: itCurated

Alpha Software Corporation, a firm MMW has covered in the past as the team at Alpha ramped up ways in which developers build and deploy mobile and web business apps, has just announced the availability of Alpha Anywhere V4. This […]


How to Find Time to Build Your Ecommerce Empire While Working a 9 to 5

May 26, 2015

Via: itCurated

I know first hand how difficult it is to work a day job and still manage to be a “sidepreneur”. There is a significant lack of time to run an ecommerce business while working a 9 to 5, and you […]

Apps & Sites

Making the Mental Shift from Web to Mobile Development

April 9, 2015

Via: itCurated

People have been developing for the web for over 20 years and, for the most part, we’ve got the hang of it. Sure, web development trends change, but the language and the nitty gritty technical side has stayed the same. […]

Advertising & Marketing

What Should Your Business’s Name Be?

March 16, 2015

Via: itCurated

Does Johnson Enterprises work? It could and could not, depending on your target market and a host of other factors. Give your company a catchy name like Google, and that helps it grow. It doesn’t guarantee growth, but it arouses […]