22 Stunning Mobile WordPress Themes for Optimizing Your Website on Smartphone, iPads and Tablet Screens

On July 30th, 2017, wrote:

In an October 2011 report by ComScore, it was found that smartphones and tablets drive nearly 7 percent of digital traffic in the US. The number is bound to increase, especially as increased Wi-Fi availability and mobile broadband adoption continue to drive connectivity. Other key findings in the report include: 116 million people in the US alone are users of mobile media. Nearly half of those who own tablets (such as the Apple iPad) made or completed a purchase using their tablet. Publishers are extending their reach to cross-platform audiences who own smartphones, tablets, and other Web-enabled mobile devices (such as the iPod Touch). What does this all mean? It means that if you’re a publisher, Internet marketer, online advertiser, SEO specialist, social media marketer, online retailer, e-Commerce store owner, blogger, developer, Web designer, etc. – if you, at the very least, have a website that’s meant to showcase your work or help you do business – then you now – Read the full article

Getting Your Business App-Friendly

On March 1st, 2013, wrote:

Because of the growing popularity of smart phones and other devices, some people expect businesses to take on certain habits. Customers may wish for businesses to make websites friendly for apps; however, a business may not understand how to make the request a reality. The information below may help a business in the long run. 1. Create an App for the Website Though this option may be obvious to certain individuals, it is still something to keep in mind. When a business wishes to attract people to a website, it is essential to think about creating or using a mobile app for online marketing transactions. An app allows a person to visit a website without dealing with serious problems. He or she may click on a link or send an email without feeling frustration or anger. This is something for a business of any size to talk about at a meeting. 2. Think about Layout and Design It is vital – Read the full article

Top 5 Business Apps for Smartphones

On August 21st, 2012, wrote:

Running a small business requires a ton of energy and effort to be successful. Business professionals have to multi-task, and sometime it becomes very tough to manage all the aspects of the business. Technology is here to make your life easier. Nowadays, most of the business executives own a smartphone- so we created a list of the top 5 apps for smart phone users. Documents to Go: Sometimes you do not have your laptop or computer, and you want to get access to files in different formats such as PDF, Microsoft office and others. In such cases, you can install the app Document to go on your smartphone or iPhone. With the help of this app, you can easily view, share or edit your files in different formats in your mobile phone. It is quite helpful, when you are on a business trip. Quickoffice Pro: Microsoft office is the most common operating software used in the office. This app makes – Read the full article

Top 10 Mobile Apps for Online Marketing

On July 27th, 2012, wrote:

The most prolific marketing campaigns today happen on the Internet. After all, why pass up an opportunity to reach out to thousands of people inexpensively and quickly? If you don’t yet have the resources to hire Internet marketing professionals or SEO rockstars, don’t worry: just use your smartphone as your essential marketing tool. Check out these mobile apps that will help you in enhance your presence on the Web and drive your business: Raven Tools It’s a free (but there is a subscription charge) and all-inclusive toolkit, with an on-the-go dashboard for all of the website campaigns you’re managing. Raven Tools also covers SEO indicators often ignored by other similar apps: social mentions, connection between marketing expenditure and incomes. Yelp (for Mobile) Users can interact with business owners in this app, so you should use this to listen to what your customers are saying. Keep checking in to spots where you go often and write good reviews. The ripple effect – Read the full article

Rivals Explode with the Emergence of a New Competitor

On October 21st, 2010, wrote:

The VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) market is so competitive these days. There are so many different companies trying to vie for the same market, it is unreal. While many consider only three companies – RIM, Google, and Apple – to be in real competition, Facebook might just make an appearance. The key to making any of these services be in high demand is to create the right buzz through Internet marketing programs. The right program should the right people to the technology. Here’s the reason why people feel that a Facebook-created physical mobile phone is such a bad idea: they believe that the popular online social media website has no business being in the ring with the rest of the heavy hitters. The best bet being thrown out for Facebook is to create a VoIP like Google Voice and stick to creating a “softphone” instead. The softphone can easily be marketed through Facebook itself as a natural progression for – Read the full article