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The simplest way to analyze the effectiveness of your advertising

Taveo Bit.ly + Google Analytics
Review posted Mon 2 Feb '15

If you are currently running ads on your website or your app you might think that you have done the hard work and now's the time to reap the rewards. However, you might be paying for ads that don't have quite as much effect as they could do. Maybe you are running Twitter and Facebook campaigns as well as regular ads and are tracking the overall traffic that those campaigns attract. Fair enough, you might say, but what if the Twitter ads are generating twice as much interest as the other two? Taveo is a URL clicktracking and shortening service ... Read more

A better way to monitor your website for downtime

Pingometer #1 Website Uptime Monitor
Review posted Sat 22 Nov '14

So, you've probably spent weeks and months diligently putting your website together with everything from your latest brand information to ecommerce sales. You probably think that you can relax a bit now and let the website do all the work. Uh-huh? That's a really dangerous thing to do. If something goes wrong with your website and there is downtime, you might not just lose a few sales while it isn't working. There's little more frustrating for the potential customer than a website that doesn't work efficiently and, chances are, those people won't be back. Pingometer is a top notch website ... Read more



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Retargeting your advertising for a set price

Adsuit Advertising Platform For...
Review posted Tue 17 Jun '14

You might think that by putting together an advertising campaign on the net you have given your product the best possible chance of success. However, there's advertising and there's intelligent advertising. Retargeting is one of the boom areas of advertising and marketing these days and there are several companies around that have taken it to a new level. Self service advertising platforms like AdRoll and Perfect Audience have delivered groundbreaking online campaign strategies. The only trouble is, some fail to show their commission rates, so potential profits can be misleading. adsuit, on the other hand, enables marketers to deliver campaigns ... Read more

Take control of your business reviews and customer feedback

ReviewRouter Get More Reviews for Your...
Review posted Thu 3 Apr '14

If you rely on the random views of the general public for reviews on your brand or business you can be taking your business' life in your hands. If your are as good as you say you are, you will come away with some good feedback but you will also get some stinkers. They say that two percent of people will always find something to complain about. It would be better if you could direct people to a central station so that the main core of your customer feedback and reviews can be viewed together in one place and you ... Read more

Time to put yourself on the map

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Review posted Thu 13 Mar '14

We like uniqueness here at the FeedMyApp offices. We like apps that we've never seen evidence of before and we like clever and enterprising ideas. Maplace is a social advertising app that manages to hit all those criteria. It helps you promote yourself or your business, share ideas with local customers or people anywhere else in the world and locates your photo on a grid map so that everyone will always know where to find you. You've heard about 'putting yourself on the map?' Well, here's an app that does that for you - literally!   Maplace.co is the first-ever ... Read more

Engage your customers better by packaging rich content together in one place

Uberflip Make. Content. Perform.
Review posted Wed 19 Feb '14  ·  24 comments

If you are trying to market and promote a brand or a product (or yourself, if it comes to that) then, the chances are, you will have social media pages, blogs, videos, eBooks and more - all working for you. The main problem here though, is that these individual advertising areas are spread all over the Internet. You run the risk of your viewers getting distracted by other content when you send them to places like YouTube to view your content. Uberflip is a marketing and publishing application that centralizes all your content into one all-encompassing Hub to keep your ... Read more

Prioritize your news into a beautiful online magazine format

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Review posted Fri 20 Dec '13  ·  1187 comments

When Flipboard won 'app of the year' a few years ago it was the start of a new way of looking at content on the Internet. Rather than viewing feeds in the normal fragmented way, the app turned them into the most glorious, flickable, 'magazine-style' format that made it a sheer pleasure to look through your content. It was only a matter of time before that concept was tweaked into an excellent publishing application like NOOWIT. This handsome-looking application prioritizes your content to deliver all your news stories from all your favorite sources in a user-friendly and beautiful online magazine. ... Read more

The next step up for your Facebook and landing page

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Review posted Fri 16 Aug '13  ·  87 comments

Since advertisers realized just how good a marketing tool the Facebook Fan Page actually was a couple of years there have been a number of great apps to turn your page into something special. Apps like iFrame Tab and Cool Mohito were so easy to use that there was no need to hire a professional web designer because the step by step guide meant even your granny could do it. Landable takes the concept of the fan page one step further with this app to create great landing pages for Facebook that are suitable for both web and mobile pages ... Read more

Automatically illustrate your pages with relevant photos

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Review posted Sat 25 May '13  ·  885 comments

One of the problems for copy writers for web pages is that they have far more interest in words than they do with the overall presentation. While it is the written word that is going to sell your product or idea to your customers, there is not a lot of point if your visitors get bored with the site before they get your message. This can be achieved a number of ways but the simplest way is to illustrate your article with relevant pictures to draw the eye of your visitors and have a better chance of keeping them reading. ... Read more

Use voice command to tell your book what to save

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Review posted Mon 6 May '13  ·  159 comments

Back in the days of paper books, researchers and serious book readers would always need a note pad handy to jot down relevant and important moments within the text so that it was simple to find those passages again later. Either that or there would be tiny scrawled hand written notes in the margins of the book itself. It used to be quite exciting to buy a second hand book and have someone's detailed notes explaining certain moments and drawing attention to other significant passages. In the 21st century and with the popularity of the eBook at an all time ... Read more

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