The design of a business’s website can have a direct impact on its success. To compete in the digital market, a small business needs to have a website that is relevant and up-to-date which also incorporates the latest developments in web design. To start assessing what you need to do to your website to get it up to speed with your competition, read these five blog posts for guidance. Continue reading “Five Web Design Blog Posts To Help Your Business Succeed”
I am most pleased to confirm that the Android upgrade labelled Lollipop is now available in Canada as you can see from the image to the right. The upgrade went surprisingly smoothly and seems to operate without any glitches so far.
This upgrade is as seen on my Telus Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and as you will see is version 5.0.1. It uses material design
concepts and is very pleasing to the eye.
Most people probably look for a smart phone that is not too bulky and does the job for them. Provided it helps them stay in touch with the world and allows them to check on topics of interest, then that is all they demand. For such people the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 represents serious overkill.
If you are willing to see that mobile device as your way of working when on the move, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is certainly for you. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 the power mobile”
This article is contributed by Natalia David.
Text messaging has basically taken the entire phone related world by storm. In a text a person can communicate with someone through easy, singularly sent packets of data. Just within 160 characters, an entire wide array of information can be exchanged. And through all of these benefits, the chief features of texts would have to be that they are cheap and instant. Continue reading “Texting Apps for Windows Phone 8”
This article is contributed by Alastair Kane.
Rising smartphone use means consumers now have near permanent online availability. As a result, encouraging them to connect with brands online, prompted by offline marketing cues (and vice versa), should be integral to marketing strategies.
A dual-sided marketing relationship, online marketing strategies (social media campaigns, e-casts, blogs, SEO and PPC campaigns etc) and offline strategies (advertisements in newspapers, magazines, brochures, billboard campaigns, perhaps even a town crier) must integrate to present a united brand front. Continue reading “Integrating Your Online and Offline Marketing Strategies”
This article is by a guest contributor.
South Korea, France, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States are leading the world in Internet usage. Experts expect Internet marketing to be a huge priority in these countries and are watching these top five countries to determine the new trends in Internet marketing and online business. Continue reading “Internet Marketing Is Going Mobile Around The World”
If you’re here to buy a SMM blog, they are on auction at flippa.com. Click on either of the two panels to the right to go directly to the relevant auction page. Alternatively contact Barry Welford on any questions you may have.
Continue reading “Strategic Pruning and Harvesting – SMM Blogs For Sale”
As I pointed out in a post on Technorati, Microsoft Smartphones Really Should Sell Better
. That also seems to be the view of the Microsoft board
which reduced the bonus of the CEO Steve Ballmer partly based on weakened smartphone sales.
Continue reading “Windows Phone: A Weak Name For The Microsoft Smartphone”
My new Samsung Fascinate 3G Android phone, which I have had for some weeks, has made me much more aware of the importance of having websites that are mobile friendly. Continue reading “Being really mobile friendly”