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Jul 08 2016

Is Facebook dead for marketing and promotion?

Once again, Facebook has changed the algorithm governing its new feed. We discuss likely consequences of that move. Over the past five years or so, social network, Facebook, has been an essential channel through which businesses market and advertise their products and services to the social network’s 1.5 billion-plus subscribers. In turn, paid advertisements have …

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Jul 04 2016

Roundup: for the week ending 3 July 2016

A roundup of the latest ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region for the period Monday 27 June to Sunday 3 July 2016. Monday, 27 June 2016 Telecom Provider Pledges ‘Unheard Of’ Service Levels Bahamas – A newly-launched telecommunications provider yesterday promised “unheard of” service quality levels for the Bahamian market, as it will incur …

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Jun 24 2016

Why are country code top-level domains not very popular in the Caribbean?

Four reasons why country code top-level domains not very popular in the Caribbean website owners. In last week’s news, it was reported that the Dominican Republic intended to celebrate 25 years of having‘.do’ as its country code top-level domain.(ccTLD) Interestingly, virtually all Caribbean countries have ccLTDs, the majority of which were created in 1991 – …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.ict-pulse.com/2016/06/country-code-top-level-domains-popular-caribbean/

Jun 17 2016

Are we becoming increasingly desensitised to social networks?

With over 10 years of exposure to social networks, have we begun to cool off them? A few thoughts and observations. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest, LinkedIn, are just a few of the social network that exist, and many of us are subscribers of at least two of them. One of the early-recognised benefits …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.ict-pulse.com/2016/06/increasingly-desensitised-social-networking/

May 06 2016

3 country considerations when trying to get more local content online

Many Caribbean countries would like their citizens to make more local content available on the Internet. However, what does that mean, and what could be a first step to achieve that goal? From time to time, politicians and policymakers across the region call for more local content to be created and made available online. Those …

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