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Yahoo announced today that it is shutting down a number of its products as part of its efforts to make sure its products “are still central to your daily habits”. The company is killing Upcoming, Yahoo Deals, Yahoo SMS Alerts, Yahoo Kids, Yahoo Mail and Messenger for feature phone (J2ME) apps and older versions of Yahoo Mail. Upcoming, Deals, SMS Alerts, Kids, and the feature phone apps will be closed [...]

Categories: Technology

One of the reasons that Photoshop is so widely loved by artists and designers is because of its versatility. If you don’t have the right photo, you can combine several photos together to make one. If that doesn’t work, you can simply paint the scene that you need. This speed art video by Psdtuts+ Author, Ed Lopez demonstrates how photo manipulation and digital painting techniques can be combined to create [...]

Categories: Website Design

Posted by Dr. Pete It’s been over four years (February 2009) since Google and Yahoo announced support for the rel=canonical tag, and yet this single line of HTML is still causing a lot of confusion for SEOs and webmasters. Recently, Google posted 5 common mistakes with rel=canonical – it’s a good post and a welcome bit of transparency, but it doesn’t address a lot of the questions we see daily [...]

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The following is a guest post by the Analytics Team at Loves Data, a Google Analytics Certified Partner. Universal Analytics introduces a new set of Google Analytics features allowing businesses to gain a deeper and more strategic understanding of what’s capturing the attention of customers as they move from online to offline. So how can Universal Analytics help businesses turn customer data into sales? We at Loves Data designed a [...]

Categories: Technology

Revenue from Apple’s App Store grew by 25% in the three months to the end of March, said App Annie. App downloads from Google’s Play store grew significantly last quarter, but it’s a long way behind Apple’s iOS store when it comes to generating revenue, according to figures from analytics firm, App Annie. The data shows that while Play has almost caught up with the App Store in the volume [...]

Categories: Technology

   For a few years, Smashing Magazine has been my first tab to start every browsing session (right after checking Gmail and Facebook). Assuming that the company was based somewhere in the US, I was quite surprised to discover that its headquarters are — from a global perspective — just around the corner from me. I was halfway through a “reasonable” degree in philosophy, politics and economics and still could [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

Before everyone had a smartphone in their pocket, a good road atlas was found in every car’s glove box, with many of those created by Rand McNally. A staple in the space for the past 90 years, the Atlas creator celebrated its 90th birthday this week with the release of an ebook version of its 2014 Road Atlas as well as an interactive iPad app. The digital version of the [...]

Categories: Blogging News

Future of Content – Retro image from Shutterstock It’s a pretty compelling question: What is the Future of Content? What’s in store for content marketing? With the growing adoption of brand publishing and convergence of paid, owned, earned and shared media, many companies are looking forward to what’s next. In retail, Multi Channel is now Omni-Channel and single format storytelling has evolved into Transmedia Storytelling. Computers are becoming the fax [...]

Categories: Internet Marketing

Advertise here with BSA When launching a new startup online you need to consider the features which will draw attention. Visitors can often be easily distracted when browsing the Internet. So ask yourself what value does your page really offer to the average visitor? Developers should think about these topics from a user experience point-of-view. Then the process of constructing usable website layouts should be a whole lot simpler. I [...]

Categories: Website Design

YouTube has just released version 1.3 of their iOS app, and it finally brings live streaming to the mix. Along with live streaming users can now enjoy their “My Subscriptions” feed on the Guide, which gives them access to the latest videos from all of the channels they follow. Back in February, YouTube updated its iOS app, adding the “Send to TV” feature which lets users seamlessly connect their app [...]

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