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The filter bubble: how it influences us

The age of the filter bubble – a small world in a large network

Shout out to diversity of opinions! But: how much do you really consider other people’s opinions? If you want to be informed as comprehensively and impartially as possible, it is important to think outside the box. In connection with the term 'filter bubble', the algorithms of Google, Facebook, and other online services have, however, been criticised for some time. The accusation: they create...

The most popular search engines for kids

Search engines for kids: The big web for small people

Even for young children, the World Wide Web is a very important tool for gathering information for doing homework and a wide array of other activities. In order for these younger internet users to only have access to content that is suitable for them, special search engines have been designed specifically for kids. They help to make sure that children do not come across harmful content, either on...

What does reputation management mean?

Reputation management: How to show your best side

The good reputation of a company is enormously important – especially on the internet. Through well thought-out reputation management, you can ensure that public attitude toward your brand doesn’t fall into the negative. For this, you need to know your target audience and their interests on the internet, and observe their behavior on social media. We explain what exactly is meant by online...

How can LinkedIn work for businesses?

LinkedIn for businesses: curate a professional image

LinkedIn is not just another social media site. The business-oriented networking platform offers companies a number of special advantages, which means your LinkedIn marketing strategy and content should be unique. With the focus on building professional relationships, you can reach users in a different way to Facebook or Twitter. LinkedIn is the perfect platform for businesses to recruit and...

Measuring success with Twitter analytics

Twitter Analytics: Twitter for businesses – Part 2

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...

Create your own app | Android and iOs app development

Create your own app – part one: the planning phase

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...

App and usability testing

Create your own app – Part 4: 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...

Microblogging: quick blogging made easy

Microblogging: a new way to blog

Microblogging is a form of blogging that involves publishing short, quick-to-the-point messages. A variety of apps and websites use microblogging and thereby attract millions of users. But what is behind the immense success of microblogging platforms? An introduction to the most popular and widely-used microblogging services and how to use them.

How to use prototypes in online marketing

Prototyping in online marketing

Good ideas are a dime a dozen in the start-up scene. Only a few of these are actually realised as many founders fail and lose the money they invested. So why not test before you invest to see whether an idea has a potential future? Prototyping in online marketing is a valuable technique for analysing a business idea’s market potential in advance, and therefore testing the project’s perspective...

What are advertorials?

Advertorials – The king of native advertising

Native advertising is the new buzzword in marketing. But not everyone correctly understands how advertorials and other native advertising work. Advertorials should not be confused with full-on adverts: As an advertiser, you have to stick to certain rules. An advertorial should not only fit in with its editorial environment, but also needs to lay all its cards on the table – i.e. : labelling...


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