It’s that time of the year when all the companies share their Q2 numbers, so Snapchat is not an exception here. Snap Inc., the parent company, announced 7.3 million new users in this quarter alone, which make the total daily users reach 173 millions approx.
As you may know, SoundCloud’s situation was not stable for a long time and it was about to break bankrupt till it got a new investment. Today however, SoundCloud’s CEO left his job as new investors came to the view, which make it reasonable since he always wanted the platform to be independent.
It was a bit strange when Apple Inc. invested 1 billion dollars in Didi, the Chinese Ride-Hailing Company, since they are not in the same domain. But months after that it was getting clear that this was a strategic step, especially when news shed the light on the possibility of using Apple Music inside Didi’s cars.
It was a happy quarter for Twitter, the quarter which started in January 2017 and finished by the end of March because it was able to get 9 million new users marking a growth in it’s user base.
A few months ago, I started a new journey managing one project which was up and running in some places around the world. Thus, I started a new blog series called From Zero to One to share my gained experience with all the people.(Which btw are not more than 20, so click that share button plz).
There is a huge difference between traditional and modern marketing, the latter gives your company specific numbers such as how many users watched your video, and how many wrote a comment. While the traditional one give you no clue with no guarantees at all.
By the end of 2016, Amazon announced a revolutionary store concept dubbed Amazon Go, which allows customers to shop and buy what ever they want without the need to interact with any human, or to wait inlines to pay for what they’ve got.
Almost one month ago, one startup agency specialized in Creative production was complaining about it’s failure in getting traction in social media. They were posting their content on Facebook, Twitter, and in some stores but no one was interested.
A pattern has been created for any ride hailing company when entering a new market. Take Careem or Uber as an example and you will see that for each City, State or country, they face a ban backed from the government, they have to overcome it in order to survive.
Most of the Startups launch their businesses after having a small idea and convert it into a real project, no matter what the idea is.