It seems like Twitter’s current strategy to grow is just to be in the press. It simply does not get boring. #RIPTwitter is trending (again).
I had the pleasure of presenting use cases and advantages of the Google Tag Manager as part of an E-Commerce case at the Analytics Summit at Google Switzerland, in Zurich.
A few weeks back I wrote about why I like Twitter and what is missing. However, I did not think of everything. Today I found a rather interesting long read about what could be improved on Twitter. Sometimes you don’t think of everything, you just have your blinders on. Let’s share ideas.
I had the chance to use and test the Flio app on Android, which is essentially an airport comfort app. It navigates you through the terminals. This is especially handy when you are at the airport a while, or need some information real quick.
Since the whole (Twitter-)world is in turmoil about the #beyond140-issue, I wanted to write up why I actually like and use the product, what is missing and what is killing it – in my humble opinion.