Web Tech Watch : Week 3, 2015
Welcome to another edition of Website Magazine's Web Tech Watch series, a Friday special profiling some of the most interesting and inspiring Web-related technologies, tools, products, and services our editors have come across this week. This week we're also including a list of the most popular posts at WebsiteMagazine.com.
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Popular This Week at WebsiteMagazine.com:
- The Great Ruse; Social Media & Customer Service
- Facebook Cleans Up the News Feed... Again
- Is Google Showing Cracks in its Search Armour?
- 8 Tips for Better SEO in 2015
- From Privacy to Penalties [Google] - Part 1
- Drop Social Sharing, Pick Up Conversions
- Using Customer Reviews to Optimize the Business Experience
- How to Put the Customer First in Retail
Popular across the Web this week...
:: Digits for Web :: Twitter has released a script that lets developers integrate a phone number login to their website.
:: Proposable :: Proposal automation and intelligence platform for sales teams.
:: MyAppTemplates :: (EDITOR'S PICK) Build an attractive, functional iOS or Android app for $99 (developer license just $299)
:: Context.io :: Provides an email API for developers to retrieve information and leverage it within CRM, project management and productivity tools.
:: WhatsApp :: Cross-platform mobile messaging app WhatsApp is now accessible via the Web.
:: TalkChain :: A solution to add a chat community to applications for engagement and monetization.
:: ZeroPush :: Push notifications that optimizes the request/response cycle, offering persistent connections and automated retry logic.
:: Efographic :: A Web application that turns an email newsletter into an infographic, ideal for social sharing or as a website embed.
:: Nitro Cloud :: A cloud-based platform for teams to share, sign, collaborate and approve documents.
And something for fun...
:: Mainichi :: Learn a new Japanese word every time you open a new Chrome tab (see below). It would amazing if it came with sound (hint, suggestion, hint), but it's excellent in its current form. And if you open up enough tabs, you never know, you might just be a hit at your next visit to a sushi restaurant.