From BusinessInsider.com, HTML5 vs. Apps: Here’s Why The Debate Matters, And Who Will Win
HTML5 is a new technology that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that run on any device via a standard web browser. Many think it will save the web, rendering native platform-dependent apps obsolete. So, which will win? Native apps or HTML5? A recent report from BI Intelligence explains why we think HTML5 will win out, and what an HTML future will look like for consumers, developers, and brands.
From TLNT.com, What Executives Need to Know About Engaging Employees
The importance of company culture and it’s foundation – the core values and beliefs – are indisputably important to employees and their ability to engage in the organization and their work. Yet executives are still missing the mark on several points. Thankfully, executives (94 percent) and employees (88 percent) alike agree company culture is important to business success. But there are big misses on several fronts, too.
From Searchenginejournal.com, Responsive Design & Mobile SEO: Best Practices for 2013
We’re shifting into a world in which smartphones and tablets are beginning to rule the roost in terms of connectivity. More people are searching for information via mobile phones, tablets, and smartphones. Yelp reported several months ago that about 40% of searches came from their mobile app. BGR chimed in to say that a little more than 10% of all web searches originate from mobile devices. We’re now past the stage of expecting that mobile devices will take over web searches — the process is already underway. The future is mobile and the future is happening right now.
From Recruiter.com, 4 Habits of Highly Successful Job Seekers
Successful job seekers aren’t successful because more opportunities fall into their lap. They’re successful because they make it a point to get out there and find chances to make things happen. They’re also ever-prepared for the next good thing to come along. For instance, their online professional profiles, personal websites, and resumes are kept perpetually updated. Their wallets are always full of business cards just in case they run into someone to give them to while out and about (you get the idea).
From Lifehacker.com, Write a Post-Interview Thank You that Actually Boosts Your Chances to Get the Job
There are many ways to follow up after an interview, but what should you include in that follow-up to make sure your hiring manager or recruiter really notices? According to career strategist Hannah Morgan, it’s a short, sweet, three line message that reaffirms your interest in the position and thanks the interviewer for their time. Here’s what it looks like.