With over a billion users on WhatsApp, millions of videos, images and text are shared daily, WhatsApp is undeniably one of the most popular application in the world. It’s simplicity and versatility has made it grow beyond a short messaging application to a multipurpose and resourceful application requiring little or no training to use.
You’ll agree that there are 1001 repeated ideas everywhere you turn. In less than a minute various Ads bombard you either on your mobile device or desktop.
The appeal for attention is even getting crazier since the debut of Facebook and Twitter introducing its platform for publicity at the click of a button.
The marketplace gets busier by the second, clogging up the minds of every person; sometimes this could be annoying as you get slammed with same Ad notifications through pop-ups, widgets and other advertising alternatives once you open a web page on your browser. Continue reading “Getting Heard in a Busy Marketplace”→
What’s your attitude when you access content on web and at the same time on print? Reading online and looking through on print are obviously two different medium of accessing information and it’s certain that your attitude to each medium will differ. I’ll will provide insights into content creation and readers consumption pattern online. Continue reading “Learn to Write Web Contents Effectively”→
Readers have overtime become impatient in reading as audio and visuals communicate in lesser time. Most have this pattern of closing web-pages they find uninteresting without scanning through for other relevant content. You’ll observe most readers are a bit impatient on web-pages compared to print. An average reader closes