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5 Ways to Be More Mobile-Friendly in 2017

Don't beat it. Join it. Mobile is where it's at. So, what are you doing to ensure your content gets all those mobile eyes?

Q Manning

Why Instagram Won 2016 and Snapchat Didn't

A robust set of specialty features and high-quality content make Instagram a smart fit for business and equally fun for downtime. Here's how the platform is expanding its reach across different demographics.

Lesya Liu

17 Ways to Increase Your Website's Conversion Rate

It all starts with a basic principle -- trust.

R.L. Adams

How to Pursue the Perfect Virtual Reality Experience

Virtually everyone is smitten with VR. But it's not going to go far unless entrepreneurs fix its problems first.

Q Manning

3 Strategies for Taking a Bite out of the Booming App Market

To stay competitive in an increasingly apps-saturated world, companies must be ruthless about eliminating unpopular features and responding to user needs.

Q Manning

9 Ways to Speed Up Content Creation and Connect With More Users

Apply agile marketing practices to crowdsource knowledge, prioritize critical tasks and know when it's time to move on.

Andrew Raso

Test These 3 Feedback Strategies Before You Launch Your Startup

If you don't validate your business idea with potential customers, you can't know if you're really offering them what they want or need.

Iman Jalali

Don't Be the 'Next Big' Anything: 4 Tips for Creating Unique Value

Cashing in on a fad is an alluring proposition, but creating a product that customers love has to go deeper.

Q Manning

Twitter Didn't Have to Ban a User for Posting an Olympic GIF, But It Did Anyway

The social network acted in the International Olympic Committee's and NBC's interests at the expense of a dedicated user.

Lydia Belanger

The 10 Evolving C's of the Retail Industry

Success in the digital retail world requires paying attention to trends so you don't get left behind.

Abbas Rajani

Baidu CEO Tells Staff to Put Values Before Profit After Cancer Death Scandal

Li's letter said employees were making compromises for the sake of commercial interests and placing earnings growth above user experience.

Reuters

My Experience With This Odd-Looking Umbrella Replacement in New York City

The Nubrella may just be the solution to a problem that we all deal with: the rain.

Carly Okyle