Tag Archives: Messaging

Why Is Marketing Strategy And Messaging Critical To Lead Generation?

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the importance of marketing strategies, marketing messaging, differentiation, stories and what you’re saying about your business. Most people think this is a lot less important than the tactics associated with the distribution of these messages. I’m not sure I agree. As my business partner likes to say, “If you don’t have anything interesting to ... Read More »

Line Messaging App to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency Called ‘Link’

Japan’s Line said on Friday it will launch a cryptocurrency in September, as the company tries to build up a wide range of businesses using its popular messaging app as a platform. The company said the digital coin Link will be given as rewards to users of its services and could be traded with other cryptocurrencies at its crypto exchange, Bitbox. The coin is ... Read More »

Sarahah App: What Is It, and Why Is Everyone Talking About This Anonymous Messaging App?

HIGHLIGHTS Sarahah is an anonymous messaging app You can send messages even without logging in There are concerns of cyberbullying in this anonymous setting The Sarahah app has taken hold in the social media sphere over the past week, joining trends such as Prisma app that rose quickly in public consciousness. Whether it will remain a hit or fade away in a ... Read More »

YouTube roll out in-app video sharing and messaging to users worldwide

YouTube today is launching a new sharing feature in its mobile app, previously in testing with users in select markets. The feature allows YouTube users to send their friends videos and chat from within a new tab in the mobile app – effectively turning YouTube into a mobile messenger of sorts. The feature has been in testing since the middle of last year, ... Read More »

Messaging App Line Set for listing in Tokyo, ny: reports

Messaging app Line will listing its shares in Tokyo and big apple, reviews stated Friday, in what could be one of the year’s largest initial public services. jap media, along with the Nikkei commercial enterprise daily and Kyodo information business enterprise, stated the Tokyo-primarily based company changed into set to win approval from regulators Friday to go public as early ... Read More »

YouTube testing In-App Messaging carrier to talk about, percentage videos

Video streaming carrier YouTube is testing a messaging feature to enable its customers to speak and percentage hyperlinks natively. this selection goals to allow users proportion YouTube films with friends without leaving the app, and in the end spend greater time surfing. This in-app chat carrier is currently being rolled out best to a small group of humans with no ... Read More »

Messaging App Is Latest Front in Tech Fight

While the Justice Department wages a public fight with Apple over access to a locked iPhone, government officials are privately debating how to resolve a prolonged standoff with another technology company, WhatsApp, over access to its popular instant messaging application, officials and others involved in the case said. No decision has been made, but a court fight with WhatsApp, the ... Read More »

Skype Co-Founder’s Ultra-Private Messaging App ‘Wire’ Gets Video Calling

A group of former Skype technologists, backed by the co-founder of the messaging platform, has introduced a new version of its own messaging service that promises end-to-end encryption for all conversations, including by video. Wire, a 50-person startup mostly made up of engineers, is stepping into a global political debate over encryption that pits privacy against security advocates, epitomised by ... Read More »

Apple Recruits Developer of Secure Messaging App Signal

An undeterred Apple continues to put efforts on ramping up security and privacy aspects of its products and services. The latest testament of this comes in a hire that Apple made recently. The Cupertino-based company has recruited Frederic Jacobs, one of the key developers behind critically acclaimed encrypted messaging app Signal. Jacobs sharedthe news with public on Twitter recently, noting ... Read More »

Indonesia Warns Messaging Apps to Drop Same-Sex Emoticons

Human Rights Watch on Friday urged Indonesian President Jokowi Widodo to protect gay and lesbian rights, a day after his government told instant messaging apps to remove stickers featuring same-sex couples in the latest high-profile attempt to discourage visible homosexuality in the socially conservative country. In a letter to the president, the New York-based group said the government should publicly ... Read More »