Forget the iPhone X, it is Samsung’s confirmation of a radical new Galaxy X smartphone which has suddenly captured everyone’s attention. And that has spurred Apple into revealing perhaps its most ambitious iPhone plan to date…
Following a statement from Samsung’s president of mobile, Koh Dong-jin, that it will release a folding touchscreen smartphone “for sure” in 2018, and subsequent Bluetooth and radio certification which actually show a release date looks close – Apple has reacted and is not being subtle about its intentions.
As you log hours in the combine, grain cart tractor or semi this fall, your thoughts are likely to jump ahead to next year. Is there anything you can do differently than the past year?
“The answer to the question is simple,” says precision ag consultant Steve Cubbage. “You start by better allocating resources on an acre by acre basis. This type of thinking is the foundation of precision agriculture.”
Sometimes that thinking stops when revenue is tight. For many farmers, Cubbage says the first knee-jerk reaction is to eliminate so-called “frills” such as technology.
AMMAN — Digital marketing is fundamental to help Jordanian businesses grow and reach out to a wider audience across the Arab world, according to Neil Patel, a top digital marketing expert.
“The potential for growth and expansion is huge in the Middle East, taking into account the high consumption of technology, rates of connectivity and mobile penetration,” Patel told The Jordan Times on Wednesday.
The remark came on the sidelines of a seminar on Advanced Content Marketing held by Ideas Corporate Communication (ICC) that saw the participation of some 190 personnel representing several sectors.
The digital marketing expert indicated that startups working in the field of Arabic content focusing on search engine optimisation (a technique helping websites to rank higher in search results) were a great niche.
“When it comes to Search Engine Optimisation, there is no competition in the Middle East. There is a great potential to be tapped in this regard,” he added.
It’s that time of the week when we regale you with some glorious digital marketing stats.
This week’s roundup includes news about e-commerce reviews, CRO, AI, and digital payments. Be sure to head on over to the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more.
Let’s get down to business.
Facebook native videos generate 530% more comments than YouTube
Quintly’s latest study involves the analysis of 187,000 Facebook profiles and over 7.5m Facebook posts from January to July 2017.