Defining and improving the user experience is hardly a job with a shelf life. From restaurants to retail to digital media, making sure your customers have a first-rate experience with your product or service will always be (and should always be) a high priority. Check out our weekend round up of all things UX!
4 Things Online Marketers Should Know About User Experience (UX) 
 Don’t Give Up On Past Customers, Re-Engage Them With These Tips 
Digital Audit: What To Keep, What To Discard & What To Change For 2014 
Top 5 Ways To Use Reviews For Better App Store Optimization (ASO) 
5 Reasons Why National Brands Should Be Using Local Targeting In Mobile


(Image courtesy of www.innolance.com)

Defining and improving the user experience is hardly a job with a shelf life. From restaurants to retail to digital media, making sure your customers have a first-rate experience with your product or service will always be (and should always be) a high priority. Check out our weekend round up of all things UX!

4 Things Online Marketers Should Know About User Experience (UX) 

 Don’t Give Up On Past Customers, Re-Engage Them With These Tips 

Digital Audit: What To Keep, What To Discard & What To Change For 2014 

Top 5 Ways To Use Reviews For Better App Store Optimization (ASO) 

5 Reasons Why National Brands Should Be Using Local Targeting In Mobile

(Image courtesy of www.innolance.com)

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We can’t have PR people abusing the trust and good graces of our media brethren, and similarly we’d request the media to drop the tiresome charade that you don’t depend on PR people to do your job. Let’s just live up to the best we have to offer one another.
Access Communications’ Michael Young responds to The New York Times' recent “Haggler” column on PR spam. Read more. (via prweek)