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4 Issues Entrepreneurs Must Be Conscious of When Running A/B Assessments

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. One of the most powerful (and beautiful) things about A/B testing is that it will work for businesses of any size or industry. A/B testing is basically a way to compare two versions of something to see which one performs better. It has evolved over the ages, […]

Instagram Assessments Blend Feed for Personal Content material Sharing

Instagram continues to test out more private engagement options, this time via a new option called “Blend”, which is essentially a combined Reels feed, based on the Reels that you’ve shared with a friend. As you can see in this example, shared by app researcher Alessandro Paluzzi, your combined “Blend” stream, with a friend/connection, will […]

YouTube Exams New AI-Based mostly ‘Skip Forward’ Choice, Remixes of Already Remixed Shorts

YouTube’s testing out a new option that will make it easier to skip to the next most engaging part of a clip, while it’s also enabling expanded Remix options within Shorts. First off, YouTube’s trying out a new way to help users skip to the best parts of a clip, via a new AI-driven process […]

X Exams New, Further Show of Pinned Posts In-Feed

I’m not sure that this will make a big difference, and I would love to see the stats on how many X (formerly Twitter) users are actually using the “For You” feed, as opposed to the “Following” option. But X is currently working on a new display which would ensure that your followers are shown […]

Microsoft Bing Checks Trending Labels In Visually Explore Box

Microsoft Bing is testing showing a “trending” label in the visually explore box within its search results. This may show up on some visually explore search boxes if Bing thinks the topic is trending. This feature was spotted by Khushal Bherwani on X and then Shameem Adhikarath on X a day later. Here are some […]

LinkedIn Assessments New AI-Based mostly Learning Parts In-Stream

LinkedIn continues to add in more generative AI elements, this time within its education tools as part of an expansion of LinkedIn Learning. First off, LinkedIn is experimenting with a new coaching element, which will use generative AI to guide your learning journey, based on specific queries related to your current career stage. So if […]

TikTok Exams New Desktop-Based mostly Instruments for Creators and Entrepreneurs

TikTok’s working on some new tools to help creators maximize their performance, this time via new desktop-based creator tools, including a new Creator Center UI which provides more analytics insights and updated discovery tools, utilizing conversational AI. First off, on the new Creator Center. Now, in the desktop version of the app, some users with […]

TikTok Tests New In-Stream Shopping Push within the US

TikTok’s making its next push on in-stream commerce, with some users in the U.S. now seeing a new “Shop” tab appear in the app. As you can see in these examples, shared by Bloomberg, the new Shop tab is being displayed to selected U.S. users between the “For You” and “Following” feeds, giving it premium […]

Instagram Assessments Out Location Tags in Notes

Instagram’s testing another element within its Notes inbox prompts, with some users now able to add a location tag to their Notes queries. As you can see in these example screens, users in the test pool can add a location marker to their note, which will then link through to the IG location page for […]