Month: August 2014
This is a great improvement from Facebook.
Today, Facebook is rolling out analytics for App Links, its initiative to make it easier for developers to link to specific content in partnership with Parse (which it purchased last year) and Mixpanel. The data available is still rather simple, but it’s a first step to convincing developers that they should use it to send traffic between apps.
Developers using Facebook’s new analytics tools can see when they send someone to another app, when a user has arrived at their app from an App Link, and when someone returns to their app from another app.
That information doesn’t seem to valuable to begin with, but it’s vital for getting developers to use App Links for ecommerce and ads on Facebook’s mobile News Feed. Those are the two most important use cases for Facebook — in the long run, it wants developers to pay to get apps installed on their…
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This is an amazing story, what a great read for people who is trying to stay ahead of the times.
” The heart of all new ideas lies in the borrowing, adding, combining, or modifying of old ones. Do it by accident and people call you lucky. Do it by design and they’ll call you creative.” – Michael LeBoeuf, in Imagineering
What’s your thought on this subject… what’s your lighter fluid?
The Billionist Group thinks this is very powerful, but the “adding, combining, or modifying of old ones” is something I prefer not to exercise if possible. I want the group to shoot pass the stars through the black hole in space and back again.