Google Plus, the search engine giant’s social media platform was launched in June 2011. Though the user base is growing at a slow pace, it is expected to have a large user base in 2016. For a detailed report on Google’s social media platform, take a look at the infographics below.
Brian Acton and Jan Koum, previously employed with Yahoo, founded WhatsApp in January 2010 and it has now grown to become one of the most popular social messengers. To understand the users behaviour on this trending social messenger platform, check the infographic below.
Thanks to far-sighted policies and cutting edge technology, the UAE is one of the fastest growing digital economies in the Middle East. More and more businesses in the region from startups to corporations are realizing the importance of well designed websites for attracting customers, reaching new markets and growing brand awareness, and they are willing to invest in the resources needed to achieve it.
Founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, Jawed Karim in February 2005 at California, YouTube has become the world’s most popular video-sharing platform. It was later acquired by Google in November 2006. For a detailed report on the giant video sharing site, take a look at the infographics below.
Facebook, was launched in February 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Chris Hughes while studying at Harvard university. For a detailed report on the social media platform that stands above every other, take a look at the infographics below.
When revamping your website, it’s tempting to go through a bunch of sites, grab the design points that stand out and use them as a reference.
Google’s recent revelations that a majority of its searches comes from mobile devices comes as no surprise with more than 80% of the world’s population having access to smartphones. But what did surprise a lot of people was the fact that a significant part of those queries were voice based.
Imagine yourself on a lazy Saturday afternoon. You finally have the time to try your hand at Lebanese cuisine. So you go on Google and search for “Lebanese recipes”. You get a list of lists. For the next 30 minutes you go to each of the links, read through their recipe recommendations, come back, click on the next one and repeat – until you realize that you’re too tired and would rather just order in.
The internet era has spewed creative ideas by the dime a dozen. And terms like “innovative” and “extraordinary” have to come to be freely used on almost all new developments. This can be counterproductive, building up a kind of indifference among observers, and leading them to distrust new ideas. That is until a technology so disruptive and powerful comes along that it shines through and refuses to remain unnoticed.