With over one billion users, it’s fair to say that your target market can be found on YouTube. While you can use organic methods to reach your target audience on the platform, you might not have the time or patience to do so. As a result, you might be interested in how you can use YouTube Ads, to shortcut the process of engaging with potential customers while they’re using YouTube. In this guide, we’re going to examine the steps that you need to take if you want to get great results from running some YouTube Ads of your own. We’ll…
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The Crazy Egg Guide to YouTube Advertising
The Internet is perhaps the single biggest technological development to affect the world of mass media, making it easier and faster than ever for just about anyone to transmit messages to as many people as possible. The Internet lets audiences provide feedback to whatever content you throw out there, which they can also share with each other. But as a business, what if your audience isn’t online? Let’s say that most people who buy at your store—an arts and crafts shop—are seniors. Naturally, you may think your target audience is composed primarily of people above the age of 50. In…
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Should You Be Blogging If Your Target Audience Doesn’t Read Content Online?
Most web developers use a build tool of some sort nowadays. I’m not refering to continuous integration software like Jenkins CI (a very popular build system), but the lower-level software it uses to actually acquire dependencies and construct your applications with.
There is a dizzying array of options to choose from:
Apache Ant (XML-based) Rake (Ruby-based) Grunt (JS-based) Gulp (JS-based) Broccoli (JS-based) NPM (JS-based) Good ol’ shell scripts (although no real orchestration around it) The build tool I want to look at in more detail here though is the granddaddy of them all: Make.
Link to article:
Building Web Software With Make