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Use of blogs for online polls by Hackernoon

What's interesting about it?

Use of quick online polls is an interesting feedback technique which is prevalent among digital audiences. However more often than not, the placement of polls section is what can drastically reduce the number of submissions. Came across on Hackernoon, an inline poll element as part of a long form content . Interesting way to get attention ...

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Facebook uses recommendation feature to increase engagement

What's interesting about it?

Facebook is all about features which a user can relate to. Hence, apart from 'People you may know' which has been there for long, it has also introduced content recommendation feature to boost engagement!

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LinkedIn's new feature to increase engagement

What's interesting about it?

Suggestions based on similar interests seems to be one popular growth hack most products use to increase engagement. Recently observed something similar on LinkedIn around content recommendations where in my timeline LinkedIn was recommending a Marketing Analytics video with a heading - 'People like you are watching'

Interesting way to get more engagement on community driven ...

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Twitter's new engagement feature - You might like

What's interesting about it?

Twitter has recently rolled out a new feature called 'You might like'. It's an interesting feature as it helps a user to get notified of relevant content which people he is following have liked.

A good feature that can definitely help Twitter to improve the average amount of time a user spends in a ...

on in  SaaS
Use of links in descriptive content by Mailchimp

What's interesting about it?

MailChimp - an email marketing software product intelligently hyperlinks to relevant call to actions while describing its features. This is a great way to ensure that flow doesn't break while reading but also at the same time if a user decides to take further action, he need not have to look around on website. This ...

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