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Marketing eCommerce Store on Social Media
Jul01

Marketing eCommerce Store on Social Media

Marketing eCommerce store effectively can help you build a huge loyal following. Unfortunately, it is not as easy as it was before. Should you still use social media to attract traffic or just leave it? It is not easy to market your eCommerce shop today. It is true. However, there are still ways that can help you promote your products. 1.) Use Influencer Marketing Most millennials listen to their peers’ recommendations before making a...

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ISPs Will Address Google Project Stadia’s Data Cap Issue
Jun29

ISPs Will Address Google Project Stadia’s Data Cap Issue

Google Project Stadia is a data-hungry streaming service. And it can be a hurdle for players with home internet services that come with strict limits. However, Phil Harrison, who is the VP and general manager of Google, is not too bothered about this issue. According to Phil: “The ISPs have a strong history of staying ahead of consumer trend and if you look at the history of data caps in those small number of markets–and it’s...

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Apple Music Surpassed Spotify in Paid Subscribers
Jun29

Apple Music Surpassed Spotify in Paid Subscribers

Apple Music and Spotify are the two major music streaming services. They have similar subscription rates, family plans, and free trials. As regards to the number of paid subscribers, Apple Music announced that it has outdone Spotify’s numbers in terms of paid subscribers. Eddy Cue of Apple revealed that Apple Music climbed to 60 million. Its paid subscribers are now 28 million, thereby, surpassing Spotify’s number. Back in April,...

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Microsoft Employees Not Allowed to Use Slack and Grammarly
Jun24

Microsoft Employees Not Allowed to Use Slack and Grammarly

Microsoft employees are not allowed to use Slack and other certain outside software for work-related tasks. The reason? Microsoft is concerned about security. It is also trying to protect company secrets. As GeekWire reported, Slack is one of the lists of forbidden apps. Slack is a popular messaging service that went public last week. Instead of such app, Microsoft wants its employees to utilize its own Microsoft apps, like Teams and...

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Amazon Closed Down Spark
Jun15

Amazon Closed Down Spark

Amazon Spark is a social networking platform. The company introduced it in 2017. It was thought to be Amazon’s way to enter the social media game. However, the networking platform focused on shopping, rather than sharing photos of your latest meals. People dubbed it as the latest Instagram-like feature that allows customers to publish photos, ideas, and stories about the products they fancy. When you publish a post, other users can...

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