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Mailchimp Parted Ways with Shopify: Here’s What You Need to Know

Mailchimp Parted Ways with Shopify: Here’s What You Need to Know

On the 21st March we have witnessed the biggest announcement from 2 well-known organisations that has surprised anyone in eCommerce industry- the official end of the MailChimp’s partnership with Shopify. What do we know about this case? Here’s why Mailchimp is no longer in the Shopify App Store. Shopify said: “Over the past 18 months Shopify ...

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Should I update my site to WordPress 5.0: Key consideration before updating

Should I update my site to WordPress 5.0: Key consideration before updating

It has been a month since the newest WordPress 5.0 “Bebo” has been released, yet it is said to be more stable from January, with its multiple patch releases. The modernization of a theme and a new block-based editor create exciting new opportunities for both users and developers, which are protection, composition and creation. WordPress ...

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What Tech Startups are Worth Watching in 2019?

What Tech Startups are Worth Watching in 2019?

New technologies are opening different doors for retailers and entrepreneurs are full of interesting ideas. According to GEM national report , more than 100 million startups are launched every year, which is about 3 startup per second. Who should we keep an eye on in 2019? These are the fastest growing and most promising startups ...

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What does the Facebook News Feed Change Mean for #BrandedContent?

What does the Facebook News Feed Change Mean for #BrandedContent?

On January 11, Mark Zuckerburg updated his status, confirming plans to change the algorithm used to prioritize organic content shown in the Facebook News Feed. The new algorithm is assumed to re-prioritize content published by a user’s friends and family, i.e. actual people that they actually know opposed to brands. Posts which have received active engagement ...

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Microsoft’s U-Turn on Axing MS Paint after Internet Outcry

Microsoft’s U-Turn on Axing MS Paint after Internet Outcry

Yesterday, Microsoft announced that its pioneering graphics program MS Paint would no longer be included in future versions of Windows. Due to Paint’s simplicity and ease of use, it garnered a worldwide fan base, many of whom took to social media to lament the fate of one of the most iconic computer programs ever created. ...

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