Have you ever wondered why some of your Facebook posts gain a lot of likes, comments, and shares, but others seem to get just a few likes from your most loyal followers? It all comes down to the Facebook algorithm.
When Instagram was first created, users would see the posts in a chronological order. Nowadays Instagram uses an algorithm to determine what users will see. Just like the Facebook algorithm, the Instagram one relies on machine learning and the user’s past behavior to create a unique feed tailored for each user.
Visual hierarchy is a graphic design principle that cannot be ignored. Every graphic artist should know how to implement visual hierarchy into their designs.
Whether you’re trying to generate more website traffic, leads, or sales, writing good content is the king. People are not likely to find your website, sign up for more information, or purchase your products if your content does not engage them.
Keeping your Google business profile (known as Google My Business) updated is one of the easiest things you can do to make sure people know about your business. Your profile plays a large factor determining where your company ranks in Google Search and Google Maps results.
Graphic design trends are taking what we’ve seen and done before to predict what we will see and do in the future. The idea is to use what we have now to create something different, but not too different. This year is starting off strong with different and unique trends.
Digital advertising is always evolving. Naturally some aspects of digital advertising, like the importance of writing engaging ad copy and designing creatives that stand out, will remain the same, but digital advertising platforms and customer behavior are in a constant flux of change.
In 2020, Zoom conferencing became a household name. We’re sure that by now everybody has participated in dozens of Zoom meetings and are familiar with the basic features of organizing a meeting. However, Zoom is continuously adding new features to make its product more secure and user-friendly.