46 New Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed
Get ready, because it’s time for another weekly serving of features.
This week, we got ready for CES. Not making the trip out to Vegas? Don’t worry, we’ll keep you covered here. In the political sphere, social media is playing a different role than we’ve seen before in the presidential campaign, and we’re keeping up with the digital trends. It’s still the beginning of the new year, so we have a few more tech and social media predictions for you too.
Enjoy your weekend, relax and catch up on all of our social media resources here.
7 Social Media Predictions for 2012 YouTube in the living room, celebs investing in startups and mobile security threats are among the social media trends that will shape 2012.
CES 2012: What to Expect Is this the end of CES? That’s one question we’ll be trying to answer as we walk the acres-long CES 2012 trade show floor.
How to Get the Most Out of Google Analytics Google Analytics is a powerful, free tool for measuring your website’s traffic and engagement. Here’s an overview of the core features and the metrics you should be paying close attention to.
5 Fitness Brands Kicking Butt on Social Media Trying to get fit in the new year? Check out these five fitness brands — they’re all over social media, and their inspiring content on social channels will make you want to break a sweat.
The Pros and Cons of Android Fragmentation Building an Android app may mean developing for multiple devices, app stores and screen sizes. This might be good news or bad news for developers, depending on how you look at it.
5 Augmented Reality Apps for Reporters Abroad With the latest generation of augmented reality apps, you can use your smartphone camera to get more information and translations of text on objects, including signs and menus, on the go.