Geofencing stands for building virtual fences, imaginary boundaries on a map to set alerts. It simply determines a device’s location. It can be used for advanced location-based services.
The graphics interchange format (GIF) is a sort of bitmap picture format established by CompuServe in 1987. The format allows up to 8 bits per pixel, giving a picture access to a 255-color palette. The greatest distinguishing feature of GIF is its support for animation, with each frame allowing for the usage of a new palette.
Growth hacking is a relatively new marketing subfield generally used by tech-driven companies. Growth hacking focuses on ways to grow as a whole instead of just leads and acquisitions. Growth hackers use pirate funnels which occur through steps of awareness, acquisition, activation, retention, revenue, and referral.