Target Groups

Skype alternatives | 13 other video chat programs

For millions of people around the world, video chats and conferences are an essential part of daily life – for both work and leisure. When it comes to video telephony software and applications, Skype is by far the leader of the pack. In fact, many people are unaware that there’s a considerable number of good alternatives to Skype on the market, which are also available free of charge. Some of these programs even boast extra features that can’t be found with the market leader. But which of them are really the best Skype alternatives? [...]  

How to make money blogging: part one

So you want to turn your hobby into a profitable source of income? Many dream of being able to make money with their blog. This doesn’t just happen overnight: a lot of work and patience need to be invested. You first need to acquire readers before you can even start to think about options like banner advertising and sponsored posts. What’s needed to get a commercial blog up and running? And which traditional sources of income should you consider? [...]  

Snapchat Spectacles | What can these camera glasses do?

Snapchat Spectacles are becoming more and more popular but are also polarizing the general public. Supporters of the Snapchat initiative view the sunglasses with an integrated camera as very practical and as an iconic addition to the app. Others, on the other hand, criticize the glasses due to the fact that they allow people to be filmed without their knowledge or permission. But just how exactly do the Snapchat glasses work? [...]  

Web accessibility: conviction against US supermarket

In the U.S., a supermarket chain was convicted of discriminating against people with disabilities on its website. The online store hadn’t been designed with web accessibility in mind, which meant that it violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. The prosecutor, being visually impaired, was not able to make full use of the website. The court rules that the company must improve it. [...]  

The top 5 MailChimp alternatives

If you plan to send newsletters, you’ll stumble across MailChimp sooner or later. But even though this option might seem like the king of the jungle, there are many alternatives. These competitors provide interesting opportunities for experts as well as beginners, and prices range from free to up to over $5,000 per month. So that you don’t lose sight of things, we’ll introduce the top 5 MailChimp alternatives. [...]  

How companies use social selling

Purchasing decisions are rarely made out of the blue. Customers usually go through a decision-making phase, during which it’s up to the company to convince the customer of their need for the product. This is most effective when you present yourself and your products as trustworthy and honest as possible – particularly on social networks, where your target group conducts research, asks for recommendations, and seeks advice. Social selling allows you and your company to take on the role of the expert consultant. Find out how it works. [...]  

Measuring success with Twitter analytics

Using Twitter for social media marketing can be very time consuming. To further a company’s ability on Twitter, a business can draw on tools for support. Whether for the publishing of tweets, editorial planning, overall timing, or growing a following, there is a helpful tool for every aspect of Twitter. But an all-around analysis of a Twitter account can also assist your marketing approach. For this reason, Twitter offers the Twitter Analytics tool to all its users to assess the success of Twitter activities and provide information on followers. In turn, this information can help you greatly improve your Twitter activity. [...]  

Create your own app | Android and iOs app development

Mobile apps offer us information, entertainment as well as many other purposes and are a part of everyday life for smartphone and tablet users. If you also have an interesting idea for an application, you shouldn’t shy away from creating it: developing an app for iOS or Android isn’t all about programming, there’s much more to it than that. In our series on creating your own app, we’ll take you through all the steps you need to offer users a new native mobile app. It all starts, of course, with the planning phase. [...]  

Mobile app design | Designing an Android or iOs app

Designing an application isn’t just a question of shapes and colors – mobile app design covers the positioning of app content and app usability, too – and these factors are vital in helping create a successful app. The more time and effort you invest at this stage, the higher the chance of creating an app that people will want to use and keep on their device. [...]  

Create your own app part four: app and usability testing

Only a properly functioning application has any chance of success. Programming errors and a poor user experience may cause some users to uninstall the app without a second thought. As a result, extensive app testing prior to publication is vital. Functionality, performance, usability, and other tests serve as quality assurance tools. In addition to manual tests, there are also some automated tests that can be carried out with the help of app testing tools. [...]