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Choosing Midcore Games

A recent study by liftoff indicated that midcore gamers now account for 35% of iOS gaming revenue in the United States. Strategy games are the most widely played midcore games, according to the 2023 Midcore Gaming Apps Report. The average consumer pricing index (CPI) for midcore games, which is now $2, may be to blame for this.

Read more at: Game Developers Have to Choose Casual or Midcore - Midcore Gamers Are Harder to Acquire But Pay Off in the Long Run (business2community.com)

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Types of cloud deployment

Pandemic and work from home has forced organizations to adopt to cloud infrastructure in a big way. But there are many types of cloud infrastructure such as private, public, hybrid, and multi-cloud. Organizations can also adapt to hybrid cloud deployment, better known as Virtual Private cloud. VPC is a private cloud within a public cloud where you can operate regular operations as if it is a private cloud. Know more at: 



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Significance of Data in launching a product

Planning to launch a new product needs analysis and extensive data collection. You can select target audience based on customer data. This article explains the various reasons as to how customer data make a difference for your business. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/big-data/the-importance-of-data-in-powering-marketing-strategy-02427041




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VOIP technology and its role in this pandemic

VOIP technology has become one of the most vital elements for those who work from home. This technology plays a significant role in remotely carrying out work, but if it used appropriately, it can be a huge boost up for efficiency. This article link talks about some ways in which VOIP helps in streamlining efficiency and how your team members can make the most of this technology. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/workplace-culture/7-ways-voip-streamlines-remote-team-efficiency-02416776


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Offline SEO tactics

Search Engine Optimization is all about optimizing your brand’s image both offline and online. It is done through by utilizing good quality content. It improves the search engine rankings by increasing your online traffic, thus strengthening the opportunity of enhancing brand identity and higher revenue generation. This article discusses some of the off-page SEO tactics that can be used in 2021. They are: Broken Or Damaged Link Building, Using trusted Resources For Links, Augment Influencer Marketing, Using Social Bookmarking, Create, Use & Distribute Infographics etc. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/seo/off-page-seo-tactics-for-2021-how-to-gain-more-traffic-during-the-pandemic-02402710



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Strategies for website optimization

Website optimization is important for any business. For website optimization you need to focus on SEO. There are numerous techniques that you can use to rank higher on search engines.  This article discusses the best practices for website optimization that every webmaster should follow. Here are the some of the strategies: Optimize For Mobile-First Indexing, Improve Page Speed, Fix Core Web Vital Issues, Optimize Meta Title & Description, Optimize Images, Use Schema Markup and more. Read more at:https://www.business2community.com/seo/website-optimization-best-practices-for-2021-02402314?traffic_source=Connatix


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Strategy for B2B marketing

The online world is continually changing. The idea that you hold dear today may not be of any use  tomorrow. So, it is important to have sound marketing ideas. And it should always be based on how your understand the market. There are five things that are common with B2B customers. They are: site UX is their first impression of your business, Be knowledgeable about the market, Data is crucial, Content repurposing, and Positioning is important. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/content-marketing/b2b-buyer-behavior-5-must-know-things-about-b2b-audience-02402396


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Latest trend in Content marketing

Business-to-business (B2B) content marketing sometimes is dull in comparison to B2C marketing, but according to research, it was found that content marketing for B2B companies provides the backbone of their customer acquisition strategy and if you have a sound strategy, it can give you a phenomenal growth. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/content-marketing/b2b-content-marketing-strategies-for-organic-search-02402382


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How to effectively use chatbots

Organizations all over the world, are depending on chatbots. It was found that 37% of consumers are expected to use a chatbot to get quick answers for any emergency questions asked, while 35% are expected to use one to solve a complaint or provide a detailed explanation about something. It is found that chabots are not being used effectively. So there should be some marketing strategy to use the chatbots effectively as chabots can help your business with its SWOT analysis, saves money and time as well. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/marketing/a-complete-guide-to-chatbot-marketing-02401815


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Role of Machine Learning in Financial Transactions

Since lockdown, online transactions have shot up. And online fraud has also shot up. It has become quite impossible for banks to detect frauds.  But by applying machine learning, fraud detection has become easy for financial organization. Machine learning is detecting email spam,  product recommendation, accurate medical diagnosis etc. Machine learning can also authenticate transactions using machine learning and predictive analytics. Read more at: https://www.business2community.com/strategy/how-machine-learning-is-enhancing-fraud-detection-02383902



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CRM Analytics

CRM (customer relationship management) analytics comprises all programming that analyzes data about customers and presents it to help facilitate and streamline better business decisions.
CRM analytics offers insights to understand and use the data that is mined. CRM is used in Customer segmentation groupings, profitability analysis and customer value, personalization, measuring and tracking escalation and predictive modelling.
CRM analytics can lead to better and more productive customer relationships through the evaluation of the organization's customer service, analyzing the customers and verifying user data. CRM analytics can lead to improvement in supply chain management.
A major challenge is to integrate existing systems with the analytical software. If the system does not integrate, it is difficult to utilize collected data.
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Showcase your talent at a hackathon!


If you belong to the world of Data, hackathon is not a new word to you. Several organizations host hackathons online but how do you pick the right one for yourself? Especially if you are a beginner?

What you do in a hackathon is only an easier version of what your job as a data scientist would require. From personal experience, Kaggle community is a boon to budding aspirants! It does wonders in enhancing one’s skillset by providing a competitive exposure.

The dataset on Kaggle and other platforms is created for the purpose of competitions and giving the participants a taste of work that data scientists are expected to do. However, real world data is much messier than what you would work with on these platforms. Nevertheless, it’s a great way to polish and upgrade your skills.

Read more at: https://analyticsindiamag.com/how-much-is-kaggle-relevant-for-real-life-data-science/


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Virtual Reality and Analytics

If you’re not tracking VR analytics, how do you know what works and what doesn’t? How do you prove ROI?

Utilizing quantitative and qualitative data can put you ahead of your competitors.  After all, without analyzing your data within VR is just guess work.

Doing this gives businesses the ability to track users in a 3D space instead of 2D screens. Traditional 2D tracking metrics such as clicks, swipes, scrolls or taps are certainly not the best ways to capture the depth of data available in these 3D environments.

VR specific metrics include Eye tracking to see what draws their attention, user interaction with specific objects, tracking 3D spatial data and biometrics to measure the emotional state of users to name a few.

These metrics are used by businesses to develop better products, train employees effectively and more efficiently and to understand customer buying behaviour.

Read more at: https://www.tobiipro.com/blog/why-vr-analytics-eye-tracking/

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Why do AI systems need human intervention?

Each one of us have experienced Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our daily lives- from customized Netflix recommendations to personalized Spotify playlists to voice assistants like Alexa – all of these show how integral AI-enabled systems have become a part of our lives.

On the business front, most organizations are heavily investing in AI/ML capabilities. Whether it is automation of critical business processes, building an omni-channel supply chain or empowering customer-facing teams with chatbots, AI based systems significantly reduce manual work and costs for businesses leading to higher profitability.

However, Machine-learning systems are only as good as the data the are trained upon. Many AI experts believe that AI should be trained not only on simple worst-case scenarios but also on historical events like the Great Depression of 1930s, the 2007-08 financial crisis and the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Today, as humans rely on AI, they cannot leave AI to function by itself without human oversight because machines do not possess a moral or social compass. AI is as good as the data it is trained upon, which, may reflect the bias and though process of its creators.

Read more at: https://www.lionbridge.com/blog/3-reasons-why-ai-needs-humans/

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How businesses are winning with Chatbots

No more will you hear about Chatbots being the next big thing. They’re already here and here to stay! Top domains where Chatbots are proving beneficial are:

1.      Ecommerce and Online Marketing: Messenger Chatbots have higher open rates and click through rates than Email, as a result of which many online marketers have begun using Chatbots as a way of getting website visitors’ information. Redirecting the customer to the correct sales channel, content gamification and relationship marketing are additional benefits it brings to this domain.

2.      Customer Service: The best use of technology right now is in automating the easy questions that get asked over and over again with a live agent takeover whenever the bot cannot answer a question. When the bot is stumped, it automatically sends the questions to a live agent, listens to the answer and then learn how to answer such questions in future.

3.      Travel, Tourism and Hospitality: Bots in this space are being successful on a number of critical fronts- they increase revenue, increase customer satisfaction, increase engagement and brand loyalty and lower costs via automation.

4.      Banking, Financial Services and Fintech: First and foremost, bots can help warn you about issues and dangers with your bank account. Bots can give you suggestions on what to do with your money- it can give you a cost breakdown of where you are spending or how can you move money around in order to save more money. Banks are also using chatbots internally to help automate tasks.

5.      HR and Recruiting: Chatbots can engage applicants and pre-screen them and make sure they’re qualified by asking a few questions. They also help in easing the process of on boarding new employees.


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Data Science to boost your Brand

By definition, Data Science is a multi-disciplinary field that uses scientific methods, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge from structured and unstructured data. It processes enormous volume of information to draw meaningful conclusion and help businesses grow and expand.

Some of the biggest advantages analyzing data can give to your brand include improving efficiency, cut costs, boost sales, better recruitment, identifying opportunities and targeting the right set of audience to name a few.

Focusing on the practical ideas, four ways you can use big data to raise brand awareness include:

1.      Personalization: Analyzing consumer related information helps in understanding their preferences on an individual level. You can customize offers so as to fit each user individually.

2.      Choose the most relevant marketing channels: Brand awareness largely depends on marketing strategy and the channels you choose to promote business. For instance, Instagram marketing may help you attract younger users while marketing on LinkedIn gathers business professionals.

3.      Create better content: Data analytics enables you to learn about the buying persona such as education, relationship status, professional status, personal interests, demographics, leisure time activities, etc.

4.      Quality reporting: Using data science you can figure out the strengths and weaknesses of the brand, website traffic, social media performance and many other features.


Have you ever thought about incorporating data science into your business strategy?

Details at: https://www.business.com/articles/drive-business-growth-with-analytics/

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IoT explained!

Internet of Things is described as a digitally connected universe of everyday devices which are embedded with internet connectivity, sensors and other hardware which allow communication through web. From health tracking Fitbits to Smart blackboards, IoT has made everything around us smart. On a smaller scale, it would be switching on a TV using your phone and on a larger scale planning smart cities with sensors all over.

Why is IoT so important?

The sensors installed are capable of sending information and/or receiving information and acting upon it. These are beneficial as they help improve and innovate lives of customers, businesses and society at large. Businesses have invested extensively in R&D to innovate and develop out-of-the -box products.

Read more at:  https://www.zdnet.com/article/what-is-the-internet-of-things-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-iot-right-now/

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Random forests: a collection of Decision trees!

In literal sense, a forest is an area full of trees. Likewise, in technical sense, a Random Forest is essentially a collection of Decision Trees. Although both are classification algorithms which are supervised in nature, which one is better to use?

A Decision Tree is built on an entire data set, using all the features/variables while a Random forest randomly (as the name suggests) selects observations/rows and specific features/variables to build several decision trees and then average the results. Each tree “votes” or chooses the  class and the one receiving the most votes by majority is the “winner” or the predicted class.

A Decision tree is comparatively easier to interpret and visualize, works well on large datasets and can handle categorical as well as numerical data. However, choosing a comfortable algorithm for optimal choice at each node and decision trees are also vulnerable to over fitting.

Random Forests come to our rescue in such situations. Since they select samples and the results are aggregated and averaged, they are more robust than decision trees. Random Forests are a strong modelling technique than Decision Trees.

Read more at: https://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2020/05/decision-tree-vs-random-forest-algorithm/

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Cyber security tips

Cyber security is evolving, and it is not advisable not to follow the techniques that you have already used to mitigate risk. This article link gives you some suggestions to get your company well-equipped for 2020 and all the threats it could bring. They are: Implementing AI Into Your Strategy, Keep All IoT Devices Secured, Teach Employees About BEC Phishing Scams etc. Read more at: https://it.toolbox.com/guest-article/6-it-cybersecurity-tips-for-2020


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Predictive analytics and IoT Data

It is a fact that Internet of Things or IoT is becoming predominant in business as you can gather data to analyse at real time. But, if it is not used diligently, it will be a cost and not an asset to the company.  Traditional business intelligence shows only IoT data from the past but with predictive analysis tells what to do with that data now. This article tells us some common useful applications of predictive analytics on streaming IoT data. Read more at:




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