Maps are a beautiful thing. Literally. People collect maps. Libraries brag about how many maps they have. Maps illustrate where we’ve been; where we’re going—and sometimes—where treasure is buried! It’s the buried treasure part we want to focus on today. What is a Marketing Map? Most business have no idea how potential customers use their Read More »
Facebook’s Graph Search has been rolled out to most users by now, and if you don’t know what that means and you own a Business Page, you probably need to take a second look at your settings to make sure you’re up to date and ready to take advantage of these exciting new features. What Read More »
Story Bump gives you a second chance to be interesting. Why is that important? Read below. Facebook has generally adhered to a chronological listing of your friends and pages – there was always some amount of shifting, but with Story Bump, they take their algorithm a bit further. While you may make a Read More »
Few things are quite as frustrating as when certain big-name companies change their systems and inadvertently destroy your productivity. I mean seriously…every time Facebook rolls out a new timeline design I find it infinitely more difficult to stalk the proper people in the way that I’m most comfortable. Give us a break developers! Enter Google. Read More »
Ah, cookies – you either know them as a delicious treat often sprinkled with chocolate, or your livelihood just might depend on them, even if you’re not Tollhouse or those Keebler Elf dudes. It’s recently been announced that Firefox will be shipping its products with a default setting of “3rd party cookies off” – essentially bringing Read More »
About a year ago we started working on a unique challenge: how can we help Planetary Resources crowdfund a million dollars to build and launch a publicly-controlled, orbiting space telescope?
One of our clients manages a large customer base with the occasional request for a refund. When a customer requests a refund, an employee fills out a paper form and submits it to their manager, who then either approves the refund, declines the refund, or returns the paper form for more information. If the manager Read More »
Website security is too often an aspect handled in a lackadaisical, reactive manner instead of with a proactive mentality, which keeps security in mind from the beginning of a project. Nonetheless, many web developers do not even learn how to properly develop code that is secured against the handful of most common vulnerabilities. One of Read More »
As businesses grow, they tend to bring on software only as needed, taking care of immediate concerns rather than projected growth and needs.
On April 10th, Facebook Studio’s news feed – Partner Categories – made a quiet announcement. Unless you’ve been waiting since the first whispers began