You’ve got a lot of options out there when it comes to developing your advertising. Right now, you’ve got plenty of platforms to develop for. But one key thing that you’ll want to consider is the Kindle Fire in your plans, because the tablet we’ve been covering for some time now is rapidly climbing the ranks.
Just yesterday, the folks out at YouTube announced that they were pulling in about four billion views per day. So what does that mean for you and your small business? What that means is opportunity for you to take advantage of some serious wide-yield marketing. But it’s not going to be easy, especially when you consider another statistic that YouTube announced.
As tranquility would suggest in all forms of religion and Yoga, the circle is a calm shape, the space of life that gives you solemn peace. (Start humming) So when you think about a ‘circle,’ it’s a state of completion that says “YES!”, you did it, you’ve completed what you need to do. You’re done. You’re set. You’ve succeeded.
After all, no small business can survive without having some kind of idea of what they’re thinking in terms of payment. It’s a jungle out there, really; the bottom line is you have to know how much you’re looking for. Big problem, though: sometimes the price can be too much, and then you lose your prospect. However, too little, and you’re not meeting your business budget and bottom line.
If you have a small business with any kind of brick and mortar presence, with anything from a big monster warehouse clear down to a tiny home office, you have utility costs. Heating, cooling, power, water–all of these things play a vital role in your small business’ operations. And Retroficiency wants to help you get a handle on those costs with their Virtual Energy Assessment online tool.
Yes, here’s your stack of documents to sign, just a Hancock here, Hancock there. Oh, the pen’s out of ink? Here’s another. Make sure you make copies and then get the stamps to send to everyone who needs a copy of the agreement we’ve just made, sir. Have some coffee! Oops. So what if there are a few coffee stains on it.
One thing any small business needs if it’s going to survive for any length of time is advertising. You’ve got to get the word out somehow, and word of mouth and social networking, may not always work. But designing advertising isn’t easy, and takes a lot of time and hard work to master. I know; I did ad design for a while. The folks out at 4Mads, however, want to make things a lot easier with their mobile ad design tools.
Jack definitely leaped over the internet candlestick with this remarkable app through the Google Marketplace. It’s called Nimble. That’s right, simply ‘nimble,’ but it’s a suitable name, because one of its most unique features earns it the rating you’ll read. Here’s a hint for you, though: Think CRM. Optimized for social media. Whet your appetite, yet?
One thing that it’s patently impossible to ignore is the importance of marketing. And while you’ve got a lot of options when it comes to marketing, assembling a social media marketing presence can be worth every minute you put into assembling it. Today we’re going to give you a little bit of an edge in your marketing by telling you about a new app called Uberlife.
A lot of impressive items were shown off out at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but only so much would be useful for your small business needs. The “Aurasma augmented reality system” is one of these things will put some spark in your small business, both internally and externally. It may not be cloud-based telephony, but it’s still going to augment your business’ reality with some well-placed information.