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Türkiye’de Mobil Trafik %25 arttı

Türkiye’de mobil trafikteki satın alma payı 2016 üçüncü çeyrekte yüzde 25 arttı.
 

Türkiye’de e-ticaret alışverişlerini düzenli olarak analiz ettiği Türkiye E-ticaret Ekosistemi raporunun 2016 üçüncü çeyrek sonuçlarını açıkladı. 80 farklı e-ticaret sitesindeki 310 milyondan fazla oturumu analiz eden Insider’ın bu raporunda mobil ticaretin yükselişiyle ilgili detaylar dikkat çekiyor.

E-ticaret için mobilin öncelikli trafik kaynağı olduğu 2016’da kesinleşti. E-ticaret sitelerinin ana trafik kaynağı mobilin oranı 2016 üçüncü çeyrekte yüzde 57,7’ye çıktı. E-ticaret siteleri için mobil uyumluluğun stratejik öncelik haline gelmesi gerektiğini vurgulayan raporda, mobil uygulama kullanım analizi ve kullanıcılara doğru zamanda doğru içerikle ulaşmanın gittikçe daha kritik hale geldiği not ediliyor.

 

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Satışlar söz konusu olduğunda ise mobilin dönüşüm oranı hala masaüstünün epey gerisinde. Buna karşın mobil trafiğin satışlardaki payı artmaya devam ediyor. 2016 üçüncü çeyrekte, yapılan toplam satışların adet bazında 35’i mobilde, yüzde 61’i masaüstünde, yüzde 4’ü tabletlerden sağlanıyor. Bu, mobil cihazlardan yapılan satın almaların bir önceki çeyreğe göre yüzde 25 oranında arttığına işaret ediyor.

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Buna karşın kullanıcılar mobili henüz düşük tutarlı alışverişleri için daha tercih ediyorlar. Sepet tutarında masaüstü ve tablet ortalama sepet tutarının yüzde 3 üzerindeyken, mobil, ortalamanın yüzde 7 altında.

2016 üçüncü çeyrek itibariyle e-ticaret müşterileri, bir ürün satın almadan önce bir mağazaya ortalama 5,89 adet adet ziyaret gerçekleştiriyor. Geçtiğimiz çeyreğe göre yaklaşık yüzde 25 oranında artan ziyaret sayısı, e-ticaret mağazalarının bu ziyaretleri satışa dönüştürmek için daha geniş bir pencereye sahip olduğunu gösteriyor. Öngörüsel modelleme teknolojileriyle kullanıcıları satın alma ihtimallerine göre hedeflemenin mümkün olduğu ve şirketlerin stratejilerini buna göre belirlemeleri gerektiği Insider’ın öne çıkardığı tavsiyeler arasında.

 

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WhatsApp video görüşme özelliğini devreye aldı

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WhatsApp bir yıldan uzun süredir beklenen video görüşme özelliğini sonunda devre aldı. WhatsApp’ın iOS, Android ve Windows Phone mobil uygulamalarına gelen/gelecek güncellemeyle birlikte kullanmaya başlayabileceğiniz özellik, popüler mesajlaşma uygulaması içinden görüntülü görüşme yapmanızı sağlıyor. WhastApp’ın Mart 2015’te devreye aldığı sesli arama özelliğine benzer şekilde, kullanıcıların tek butona dokunarak karşı tarafla video çağrı başlatması mümkün hale geliyor. Görüşme sırasında telefonunuzun ön ya da arka kamerasını değiştirerek kullanmanız ya da çağrıyı bekletmeniz e de olanak sağlıyor..ı

WhatsApp’ın video arama özelliği doğrudan Skype ve FaceTime uygulamarına sıkı bir rakip oldu.  Mevcutta 1 milyar kullanıcıyı geçen uygulamanın FaceTime’a göre çoklu platform desteği sunması ve Skype’a göre daha erişilebilir durumda olması önemli avantajlar. WhatsApp açıklamasında video görüşmeyi yalnızca en pahalı akıllı telefonu satın alabilen ve iyi bir internet servisi olan kullanıcıların erişebildiği bir özellik olmaktan çıkarmak istediğini de söylüyor.

 

Sağlıklı Yaşam İçin 10 Ücretsiz Mobil Uygulama

Hayatımızda var olan her şeyi artık telefonumuzda taşıyoruz. Özel notlarımız, fotoğraflarımız, kişisel bilgilerimizi barındıran datalar ve daha birçok şey. Bir anlamda telefonlarımız artık her şeyimiz

Sağlıklı yaşam da uzun zamandır avcumuzun içinde. Spor salonuna ya da koşuya gidemeyenler, hatta yeterince zihinsel egzersiz yapmadığını düşünenler için bir nimet olan sağlık ve fitness mobil uygulamaları, hayatı oldukça kolaylaştırıyor. Tabii binlerce mobil uygulama arasından hangisinin size uygun ve faydalı olacağını bulmanız da önemli.

2014 yılının sağlık ve fitness alanında en çok tercih edilen mobil uygulamalarından telefonunuzda mutlaka olması gerekenleri sizin için seçtik. Koşmak, iyi görünmek, yeni şeyler öğrenmek ve zihninizi geliştirmek için bu uygulamalar şart!

Cody: Fitness ve dayanıklılık odaklı bu uygulamayı, yaptıklarınızı arkadaşlarınızla video, fotoğraf ya da metin olarak paylaşarak da kullanabiliyorsunuz. Böylece diğer arkadaşlarınızın da yaptıklarını görüp gaza gelmeniz mümkün. iOS uygulaması mevcut.

RunKeeper: İsminden de anlaşılacağı üzere yaptığınız yürüyüş ve koşuyu; size uzaklık, adım ve zaman cinsinden söylüyor. RunKeeper, yaptığınız tüm yürüyüş, koşu, bisiklet binme aktivitelerinizi günlük olarak tutmanızı da sağlıyor. iOS ve Android uygulaması mevcut.

MyFitnessPal: Meşhur bir uygulama olduğu için, duymuş olma ihtimaliniz yüksek. MyFitnessPal, içinde 3 milyondan fazla yemek önerisinin yanında, ayrıca birçok kardiyo ve egzersiz öneren bir uygulama. Yani günlük karbonhidrat alımından tutun da yakmanız gereken kaloriye kadar sizi takip ediyor. iOS, Android, Blackberry ve Windows Phone uygulaması mevcut.

UPcoffee: Kahvekolikler, hiç içtiğiniz kahvelerin hayatınızı nasıl etkilediğini düşündünüz mü? Genelde iyi hissetmek, odaklanmak için içtiğimiz kesin ama bu uygulama sayesinde özellikle uyku alışkanlıklarımıza nasıl sızdığını göreceksiniz. 7 gün sonrasında kahve, çikolata, çay ve enerji içeceklerinden aldığınız kafeinle birlikte ortaya çıkan sonuca göre size bir program çıkarıyor. iOS uygulaması mevcut.

Fooducate: Diyet ve beslenme ağırlıklı bir uygulama arıyorsanız, Fooducate tam size göre. Yiyeceklerin kalori değerlerini size söyleyen ve aynı zamanda benzer ama daha sağlıklı ürünleri öneren bir uygulama. iOS ve Android uygulaması mevcut.

Braingle: Sadece bedeni değil aklı da iyi tutmak gerek. Braingle, zeka testi, bilmece ve mantık sorularının en çeşitli olduğu uygulamalardan biri. En beğendiğiniz testlerden bir liste oluşturabilir, offline’da da çözmek için indirebilirsiniz. iOS uygulaması mevcut.

Khan Academy: Salman Khan’ın kurduğu akademi sayesinde istediğiniz her yerden eğitim almanız mümkün. 4.200’den fazla videonun yer aldığı uygulamada, matematikten kimyaya, sanat tarihinden finansa kadar birçok alanda ders alabilirsiniz. iOS ve Windows Phone uygulaması mevcut.

Duo Lingo: Dünyanın en popüler dil öğrenme uygulamalarından biri olan Duo Lingo; yazma, konuşma, okuma ve dinleme üzerine başarılı bir eğitim uygulaması. Şimdilik sadece İngilizce dili üzerine eğitim alabileceğiniz uygulama, dili öğrenmeyi ve geliştirmeyi eğleneceli hale getiriyor. iOS ve Android uygulaması mevcut.

Headspace: Çalışmak demek sürekli yoğun tempoda çalışmak demek birçoğumuz için. Ama her gün en azından 10 dakika gerçekten ara verip nefes almak şart. Headspace ile kafanızını meşgul eden her neyse, hepsinden 10 dakikalık bir meditasyonla uzaklaşmanız mümkün. iOS ve Android uygulaması mevcut.

Charity Miles: Bedenen ve ruhen iyi hissetmenin bir başka yolu daha var. Charity Miles ile koşarak, bisiklete binerek ya da yürüyerek harcadığınız efor, bir bağışa dönüşüyor. iOS ve Android uygulaması mevcut.

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there.

So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.

 

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So if you set regular hair appointments, there are calmer places than Patagonia to put on your bucket list. Then again, if you hold strong hope that there is still wildness to be found on our swiftly tilting planet, forget your tangle-free locks for a moment and consider this: Patagonia howls.

Most are familiar with the classic “W” and “O” hikes found in Torres del Paine National Park, which is spectacular and not overhyped, regardless of the weather. This 600,000-acre park receives fewer than 150,000 visitors a year; Grand Canyon National Park, in contrast, receives five million folks annually. Like parts of the Grand Canyon, it’s not rare to find yourself alone on the trail for long stretches of time.

Patagonia is not a country.

For example, did you know you’re now welcome to explore Chile’s new conservation success story and outdoor playground called Parque Patagonia? Or how about embarking on a 1,200-kilometer mountain bike trip that ends with you accessing El Chalten through a northern backdoor entry?

Options abound in this land of surprises, which is guaranteed to surpass your expectations no matter how high you set them. But to manage these anticipations, it’s good to know what Patagonia is not.
Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

Patagonia is not a place to “just chill,” as some people like to do on vacation.

While the high season for travelers—December, January and February—offers long days (the summer solstice sees 18 hours of light!), extreme weather can happen every day in a matter of minutes. Even when it’s not raining, sleeting or snowing, the sun is a constant threat through a seething hole in the ozone layer above here.

During the session:

  • Check your posture. Are you crowding them or leaning in too much?
  • If you’re sitting across from them, swing around and sit next to them to show that you’re with them.
  • Ask them if they need a break.
  • Make them laugh! There’s no better way to ease the tension.

Finally, Patagonia is not to be missed during a lifetime

If you’re still reading, that means you’ve been enthralled by enough nature documentaries and climbing stories to know this is true. You know the rewards of putting yourself through the elements. You know the joy found in the solace of open spaces. Now the question remains: How do you want to suffer Patagonia?

Ask your user to show you their favorite apps: the ones they used on the way to the session, the ones they find simple or complicated, the ones they can’t live without. Have them perform tasks and explain to you what happens at each step.

This raucous name comes thanks to the legendary westerly gales found between the latitudes of 40 and 50 degrees in the Southetrn Hemisphere. The wind just is, always blasting you in some new, imaginative way. So long as you’re not setting up a tent, trying to cook or sort papers, you learn to appreciate its variations as it toys with your emotions.