Yes, a new app is now second in the land, displacing YouTube's mobile app which once held that slot in comScore. The move means Facebook's apps now occupy the first and second most popular positions in the U.S. And here are some of the features.
Shubhomita Bose is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends. She covers key studies and surveys about the small business market, along with general small business news.
Shubhomita is also an experienced marketing communications writer. With 8 years of experience working with various brands – including a stint with the Big Blue (IBM) – she has honed her skills to create customer-centric communications for a wide range of audiences.
As a Marcom writer, she develops creative content for product launches, events, sales campaigns and online marketing. On an industry level, she has experience working with IT (cloud computing), Laundry, Food and Beverage, Textile and Brewing industries.
Over the years, Shubhomita has worked closely with Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) clients across industries and geographies to develop affordable, yet value-oriented content, that aligns with their long-term growth strategy. She has delivered high-quality content to help small businesses boost their online presence and establish thought leadership in the industry.
With a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications, she takes a creative and pragmatic approach to content creation.
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