Facebook 360-degree Videos

Facebook 360-degree Videos

Facebook 360-degree Videos

Starting today, Facebook 360-degree videos will begin rolling out in News Feed.

Our goal at Facebook is to connect you with the people and things that matter, every single day. Over time, we’ve seen that people enjoy more immersive content in their News Feeds. This is one reason video has been so successful on Facebook, and we’re excited to take it a step further with 360 video. (more…)

5 Tips for Building a Successful Freelance Business

5 Tips for Building a Successful Freelance Business

5 Tips for Building a Successful Freelance Business

It’s pretty unbelievable to think about, but I have been running my business for five years now! I have learned a ton along the way, but it never ends, I’m continuously striving to improve both my work and my business. Today, I want to look back and share a few key things I’ve learned as a business owner and entrepreneur over the years. I hope they can help you build or grow a successful freelance business. (more…)

Too Embarrassed to Ask: What’s a Mobile App?

Too Embarrassed to Ask: What’s a Mobile App?

Too Embarrassed to Ask: What’s a Mobile App?

Let’s start with the basics. When we say “app,” what we really mean is “application” — unlike a website, mobile apps (like Business On Tapp) are programs that you can download and save on your mobile device, such as a smart phone or iPad.

The vast majority of apps are free of charge and can be found in an app “marketplace.” If you’re using an Apple product — iPhones, iPads — you’d browse the Apple App Store, and for Android users, the most common marketplace is the “Google Play Store.” (more…)

What Color’s Your Newsletter? 5 Rules to Follow

What Color’s Your Newsletter? 5 Rules to Follow

What Color’s Your Newsletter? 5 Rules to Follow

“What colors you choose and how you use them can be the difference between looking professional or being marked as spam.”

Here are her 5 simple rules to follow:

1. The biggest color mistake? Choosing ones that are overly bright or fluorescent. Extremely bright color combinations or large areas of intense color tend to be hard to look at. (We still have nightmares about those early ‘90s sites that used lime green writing on bright orange and blue backgrounds.) Save the bright colors for small areas like buttons or call-to-action elements.

2. Don’t use too many colors. Try to keep your main palette no more than three colors(more…)