Social networks are all about traction – and to get started you may need a push. Well, one of SiteApps client’s wanted to accelerate their following on Facebook and decided to go all in. Using the Social Media Incentive Widget, the online retailer Kmisetas went from a hundred fans to over a thousand in just 10 days.
Há quase 20 anos a promessa que a internet é uma mídia que permite comunicação personalizada 1-pra-1 de fato ainda está para se cumprir. Mas hoje, o SiteApps e a Navegg deram um grande passo neste caminho. Estamos felizes em oferecer, para todos os sites do Brasil (e do mundo) a capacidade de personalizar o seu site baseado em dados sócio-demográficos. Melhor ainda, em uma interface criada para o dono do negócio e que não precisa ter conhecimento técnico.
Today, we’ve released the findings of a study we commissioned with the Incyte Group. Polling 245 small businesses in the U.S., we discovered what ways most companies like these (and yours) are struggling to keep up with the evolution of the web. The study reveals that many are suffering from pervasive web woes – falling behind the curve when it comes to implementing available technologies and updating meager websites that could help them eclipse competitors and keep pace with big enterprises online. In fact, more than half (54%) of SMBs said they are concerned with technology outpacing their ability to compete. Check out the following infographic for more insights and results:
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an advanced use of SiteApps recommended for coding ninjas. But like everything in SiteApps, we invite you to experiment!
Facebook states that more than half of it’s users don’t understand English – so if you are trying to really scale your app – you should consider internationalization.
If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.
– Nelson Mandela
Other solutions available: complicated or just not elegant
Facebook has an extensive guideline describing how to prepare your app for translation and has a great dashboard that you can even change images of the Appcenter based by language. I bet most developers that are not that experienced go straight to Google and search for “how to detect user language“ or “how to i18n my website“ (my case). Most of the answers are way too complex or not that elegant. It’s also possible to retrieve locale through Facebook API in a simple request.
When we came across Mad Mimi’s website – we couldn’t avoid smiling because of the cute heart widget which allowed visitors to share their love of the brand on Twitter, Facebook and GooglePlus:
Last Friday, February 1st 2013, Google Analytics praised SiteApps on their official blog. Google mentions how SiteApps enables businesses to get instantaneous, free recommendations on how to optimize their website based on their Google Analytics data:SiteApps’ technology runs hundreds of automated analyses on its customers’ web data to identify opportunities for improvement. Based on these tailored recommendations, SiteApps then enables businesses to install apps from their marketplace to help solve these problems. Read More