We Couldn't Go Faster Using Quicklinks (or instant.page) We Couldn't Go Faster Using Quicklinks (or instant.page)

We Couldn't Go Faster Using Quicklinks (or instant.page)

We recreated the experiment "A/B Testing Instant.Page With Netlify and Speedcurve" by Tim Kadlec. See the results in this article.

July 13, 2020

platformOS Documentation and UX Status Report — Nov 25, 2019 platformOS Documentation and UX Status Report — Nov 25, 2019

platformOS Documentation and UX Status Report — Nov 25, 2019

In this week’s status report: Learn more about platformOS becoming a Google Cloud Partner, and see our latest updates, improvements, and fixes for our documentation and UX.

November 25, 2019

QA and Testing Best Practices - Part 2: Tips and Tricks QA and Testing Best Practices - Part 2: Tips and Tricks

QA and Testing Best Practices - Part 2: Tips and Tricks

Welcome to part 2 of our series where we explore some best practices for planning, organizing, and writing your tests.

April 8, 2019

Platform OS Blog Module

Websites live (and die) by the ability to be found by Search Engines. And critically, content - high quality, knowledge sharing content - is a key point ensuring your blog is found, read, and shared. Many blog engines built over the last decade have not kept up with the pace of technological and search engine algorithm change.

July 23, 2018

5 Marketplace Ideas for Creative Entrepreneurs 5 Marketplace Ideas for Creative Entrepreneurs

5 Marketplace Ideas for Creative Entrepreneurs

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An artist’s marketplace would be a platform where creative entrepreneurs could showcase their work, refer each other to work, and most importantly, build a community around their common passion. What I love most about my job, besides writing, is helping entrepreneurs access the right tools to make their dream of running a marketplace a reality. In this digital age, artists do more than design eye-catching websites or write a catchy headline; they are essential players in the competitive world of business.

June 24, 2016

The Sharing Economy Highlights Flexibility Over Security The Sharing Economy Highlights Flexibility Over Security

The Sharing Economy Highlights Flexibility Over Security

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The Sharing Economy or Gig Economy refers to peer-to-peer-based sharing of access to goods and services, coordinated through community-based online services using the Internet or your smartphone. The Sharing Economy allows individuals to more easily market and provide their extra capital.

May 19, 2016

How to Live in The City Without a Car How to Live in The City Without a Car

How to Live in The City Without a Car

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In a recent article posted on Fast Co-Exist, Charlie Sorrel (@mistercharlie) spoke about Kati and Kurt Woock, a Denver couple who chronicled their journey after ridding themselves of a car. Even if you’ve paid off your car, you still  have to worry about gas, insurance and maintenance. When Kurt figured out their car was costing $4,000 per year just to run, they decided to ditch their car and rely on bikes, rideshares and other car services such as Uber.

August 3, 2015

Uber’s Travis Kalanick: A Visionary or a Negligent Con Man? Uber’s Travis Kalanick: A Visionary or a Negligent Con Man?

Uber’s Travis Kalanick: A Visionary or a Negligent Con Man?

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Founded in 2009, Uber and its creators Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick, have gained worldwide success. Since its conception, Uber is now valued at $18.2 billion. According to Uber’s website, they now have coverage in 58 countries and 300 cities. This is compared to their competitor, Lyft, that has been trailing them at a value of $2.5 billion, and operating in only 65 U.S. cities.

July 29, 2015