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Facebook Tests 'Downvote' Option for Flagging Abusive Comments

The function shouldn't be confused with Reddit's downvoting option. It's designed to let users report inappropriate comments as opposed to demoting internet posts.

Michael Kan

3 Steps to Build the Next Great App

Even online, you get one chance to make a good first impression. Your mobile storefront has to meet user expectations the first time.

Linda Tong

American Express Has a Lot to Teach You About Content Marketing

Prioritize quality over quantity, stay alert and listen to customers.

Graeme Keeton

If You're Asking Customers How You Can Help, It's Too Late

Artificial intelligence can help your company give people what they need (before they know they want it).

Sid Shah

Effective Branding Is a Smart Strategy to Improve Your Website's Search Metrics

Making your website appealing to your audience is pretty much the same as making it more appealing to Google.

Lesya Liu

Taking 'Focus on Users' Advice Can Kill Your SEO Traffic

Why it's critical to keep your technical SEO in check when making user experience improvements.

Mike Le

Hulu's Updated Mobile App Sucks, and It's a Good Reminder for Us All

The streaming service decided to prioritize flashiness above usability.

LinkedIn's Reid Hoffman: To Scale, Do Things That Don't Scale

To kick-off the new podcast, 'Masters of Scale,' Reid Hoffman chats with the co-founder of Airbnb, Brian Chesky, on creating the perfect experience for a handful of customers.