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Maximize Your Instagram Sales With Help From These Third-Party Platforms

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The recent explosion in Instagram hype is capturing the attention of marketers everywhere – especially those of us who are keeping tabs on trends in visual storytelling and social media-based audience building. As of this past fall, when the most recent official Instagram community stats were released, the social channel had over 800 million monthly active users, which makes it over twice as popular as Twitter. And the audience engagement here is also particularly strong – especially in certain niches, as data from Rival IQ demonstrates. Source Recently, the Facebook-owned platform announced the ability for multiple accounts to broadcast live…

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How To Sell The Value Of Mobile To Clients

As Web designers and developers, we see the value in supporting mobile devices every day. We’re well-versed in tactics and techniques for adapting our work to mobile. Our challenge is to be equally well-versed in selling our clients on that value as being something in which they need to invest precious budget dollars. [Links checked February/09/2017]
The Mobile Imperative I’ve been describing what I call the “mobile imperative” for a few years now when talking to clients or advocating support for mobile devices in Web design projects.

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How To Sell The Value Of Mobile To Clients

The Designer’s Cross-Training Toolkit

I watched a TV documentary the other day about a professional soccer player. As well as his normal soccer training he mixed in training in other sports like boxing and yoga and I thought this sounded a bit odd. Why would somebody that earns his (considerable) daily bread playing soccer spend time learning and training in areas that are not directly related to his profession?
Well, it turns out that they are related in a round-about way.

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The Designer’s Cross-Training Toolkit