Well-crafted stories elicit emotion and give context to the most complicated ideas. They can also create a powerful connection between the storyteller and the audience. Below, communications coach Bronwyn Saglimbeni explains that good storytelling actually takes over our brains.
The following is a guest post by Andrea Robbins at Campaign Monitor.
Clicking send for an email campaign can be a nerve-wracking experience. Many questions, doubts — and yes — even a little fear run through the minds of even the most seasoned marketers. Are there typos that were missed? Do all of the links work? Will readers be engaged and respond to the email? To help alleviate the send fear and avoid the most common email errors, Campaign Monitor is happy to share this email campaign preflight checklist. Continue reading →
In olden times, when mobile apps wanted to show web content, they would open the URL in the default browser. This caused the browser to become the active application, and depending on the platform, may have also required the user to perform more than just a single tap to return to the previous app. Continue reading →
In a previous post, we talked about building Swift and Objective-C frameworks. Now we’ll tackle troubleshooting your framework integrations, specifically, manually managed dependencies. One thing to note is that if you are using a package manager for your integrations, then these techniques may not be helpful for you.
As you probably know, Snapchat is a messaging platform for sharing “fleeting” moments. When you share photos or videos with a friend (or group of friends), they can only be seen for 10 seconds and then they disappear. These are called “snaps.”