I love name.com. Today they announced a new service called RapidPress. It's a hosted WordPress solution, with domain and other necessary service. As a WordPress lover I also like to see more people built business on WordPress, making it easy for people to blog and make website. But probably for marketing Name.com in a way insult Automattic, company behind WordPress.com, which I don't like. Keep reading for details.
Nick Bilton wrote an article on NYT Bits how Facebook engagement dropped, and works only when you pay. It's a shame. I also have same kind of result. And I also did test. Without paying it's not possible even to reach to your 1% user, who are already subscribed, or liked your page. It's not unintentional algorithm issue, its Facebook's business approach. So Facebook sharing is not as free as it were year ago.
Evernote is cool. I love their basic idea. Their business model is also nice. But my question was why they have so many different apps? Like I could see they are currently offering 7 different apps for iOS. Basic thing is always same, keeping note. Without Skitch, which is for making annotation and drawing, all apps are for taking notes. But why 7 different apps?
List of all apps and my thoughts inside.