As part of our mission to deliver engaging and valuable products to our users, we’ve published a social version of HomeBase aimed to bring our users closer to their friends. The version was first launched about three months ago, right before Facebook launched “Home” on the HTC First.
Though a little buggy sometimes, HomeBase Social received great comments from users who looked for a “Home” like experience without having to purchase the “First”. After logging in to Facebook, HomeBase social brought the user’s news feed directly to the lock screen, minus the ads and sponsored content.
To celebrate HomeBase Social’s 100,000th download milestone, we’ve released a HUGE update that includes great new features alongside an improved and holds a much slicker UI. To open up your appetite, here are some of the new winning features of HomeBase Social:
It’s been a while since we’ve last updated the “Top 10 Search List”, and now it’s time to get back and check out which search terms hit it big this holiday season.
Adding content regarding these terms can significantly increase your site’s traffic, so give the people what they search for! Widdit is always happy to bring you all the insights that will help you better understand your audience. Continue reading →
Adding fresh, interesting content to your site gets easier with Widdit’s frequent Top 10 in Search, continuously bringing you what we think is the most valuable and flavorful information to assist you in furthering your site’s organic and SEO traffic. Continue reading →
As 2011 comes to an end, we’re happy to share with you some of the insights that we’ve seen from this year’s search trends.
While Google recently release its Zeitgeist 2011, it is important to understand that the information in below is different in nature, based on search performed within various websites. While data from search engines tends to be very general, typically serving as a search gateway, the search terms we’re seeing are often more niche-specific and provide accurate and straight to the point insight if you’re focusing on a niche or vertical. Continue reading →