Karma really is a b@#@ with the ubiquity of social media — or, why someone named “Nadia” should think again about getting drunk on an airplane in front of a woman with a twitter account.
This is Part 1 of a series about A/B testing.
As digital marketing evolve, savvy marketers increasingly leverage data-driven technology solutions to gather insights in order to shape strategy. You may have heard about A/B testing, and to many people, it sounds like a fancy buzzword rather than something tangible. Wonder no more, we’re here to demystify A/B testing for you.
We’re almost as thrilled with the iPhone 6 as the people who waited in line for 24 hours… almost. It’s packed with powerful new features deserving of a new model number and that simple, sleek design. Other than the Apple Pay (NFC) feature, which could revolutionize how we use money, the most notable are the two new iPhone 6 screen sizes of 4.7 and 5.5 inches. While this reflects Apple’s continuing defensive posture by reacting to larger Android screen sizes in a market they created in 2007, it’s still a welcome advance.