All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘premium’

Tinder Is Getting an Undo Button, But It’ll Cost You

Tinder is one of the hottest dating apps around – in fact, it’s just one of the hottest apps around period. Despite this, Tinder doesn’t make any money. As we learned a couple of weeks ago after then-CEO Sean Rad hinted at a premium service – that’s all about to change. Well, it looks like Tinder’s ready to launch its …

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Tinder Is Finally Going to Try to Make Some Money

Though swipe left / swipe right dating app Tinder is growing in popularity (it’s currently in the top 25 free apps in the App Store), the company currently has no monetization strategy. In other words, Tinder is completely free and it’s not ad-supported. This will be changing soon. Speaking at Forbes’ Under 30 conference, Tinder CEO Sean Rad proposed a …

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Feedly Pro Launches with Search, HTTPS, and Better Support

Feedly, the RSS reader that took an early and substantial lead when everybody went shopping for a Google Reader replacement, has finally taken the veil off its premium service. Today, the company launched Feedly Pro, which looks to improve search, security, and support. Upgrading to Feedly Pro will give you article search – which has been absent from Feedly for …

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Facebook Premium Ads Demo Tool Now Available For You To Play With

All Facebook noticed today that Facebook, in an effort to lure brands to sign on with the company’s Premium service, launched a demo tool to preview the layouts available with the Premium account. Essentially, after dressing up your sponsored stories and premium ads, you get to verify what it looks like to your audience. On the content composer, you see …

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Facebook Mobile Climbs to 432 Million Users

In an updated filing of their $5 billion IPO, Facebook has stated that they had 432 million people use their service through their mobile app. The original estimates were 425 million when the company filed the original documents at the beginning of last month. In addition to these new statistics, Facebook has said 58 million users log in exclusively on …

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