Marketing Tools apps

Zen-like digital marketing for your collaborative team

We seem to have reached a point in software and app development where it is now as equally important to present a user friendly platform that people will feel comfortable with and actually  use rather than the old way of packing your product with neverending features - many of which never get used. And with online marketers now being inundated with business as more and more customers divert their advertising dollars towards the smartphone and tablet revolution of the last couple of years, it is more important than ever to be able to plan, organize and track all your projects. ...  More

Brightpod Mar 8th 2013

Monetize your iDevice

Ten years ago the word viral suggested something bad when it came to computer use. The nature of the word led thoughts towards viruses that would harm your computer or spam that would fill up your email in box with adverts for fake Rolexes and Viagra but why those two went together, I will never know. These days viral marketing is a legitimate and intelligent may of getting your message across that works on the 'suggest' theory rather than it being thrust down your throat. Nowadays, in fact, the tables are turned and the smartphone user can actually make money out of promoting products. ...  More

iBee Mar 7th 2013

Analyze your social network campaigns to the nth degree

After the last US election, Barack Obama's chief strategist David Axelrod's skoffed when it was suggested that his boss had made a gaffe when talking about a particular sensitive subject in an off the cuff interview. At this level of Government, Axelrod stated, nothing is done by accident and every word and nuance is planned to the nth degree. You can also use this logic to produce a perfect marketing and advertising campaign. Businesses that use Instagram as an advertising medium now have a new set of analytical and marketing tools to boost their coffers.   Given that Instagram now ...  More

Nitrogram Feb 15th 2013

Add instant memory recall to your Android business tools

RefreshMe is one of those Android apps that makes you wonder why they didn't include it with the cell phone as standard issue in the first place. Very simply, the app gives you a rundown of previous discussions with your incoming contact so that you don't act like a blithering fool or have to hunt around for your notes from the last time you spoke or exchanged texts. Not only will it show you the last time you connected with your caller but it will also remind you of the items you discussed. And, as a very useful final bonus, RefreshMe provides note taking facilities so you don't have to ...  More

RefreshMe Feb 11th 2013

Classy 3D closet design using just your fingers and your iPad

Closets are making a big comeback - mark my words. The fact is, we've all got too much stuff these days and we need somewhere to put it. Preferably somewhere that doesn't look as if it was thrown up as an afterthought. Whether you are designing a closet for yourself at home, or if it is in a work environment, SketchArm is a wonderfully unique conceptual design application that lets you design fully customizable closets in minutes, using nothing but your fingers and your trusty iPad.   Sketch Arm is the only application available for conceptual design in 3D that lets you create in a ...  More

Sketch Arm - 3D Closet Designer Jan 29th 2013

Monetize and modernise your CAPTCHA's

I have to tell you that I hate those warped numbers and letters that websites often put on their page to verify that you are a human and not a robot. Those jumbled characters are known as CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) and you have to admire them in one way because they are a good security device. However, the amount of time I read them wrongly makes it a problem. Minteye is an app for marketers and advertisers that has come up with what appears to be a more sensible approach by straightening the jumbled characters into something ...  More

Minteye Jan 26th 2013

Dead easy, all-platform apps for small business

It has become apparent that, in these Internet-friendly times,  it is almost essential for any business to have an online presence of some sort. With the massive amounts of smartphones and tablets owned by potential customers these days, if you don't have an app associated with your business then you might well find that custom that could be coming your way could well be going to a business that does. That's all very well for big businesses with plenty of time and cash but what about the small business? How can they compete? Well, now there is a new design and development app ...  More

BiznessApps Jan 26th 2013

Connect to local neighborhood apps easily

There are literally hundreds of thousands of apps out there doing all sorts of weird and wonderful things. And, given the exponential growth in the sale of smartphones and tablets over the last couple of years (as well as the seemingly insatiable desire to fill their devices with apps) it's starting to make excellent sense - and almost become essential - for every local business to have an online component. But how does the local person find the apps that are available within their community? AppLocal is an iOS app that's kinda like the AppStore for locals - the difference being that this ...  More

AppLocal Jan 11th 2013

Train your small business like the big boys

Things are changing for the  better for small business. In the past there has been a bit of a defeatist attitude from them when comparing their opportunities of bettering themselves and their workers against a larger organization. When it came to training staff, the argument has always been that it was too expensive and took up too much time so a more ad hoc approach was taken up. But if the small business person is canny, they can find everything they want as apps and quite often for little on no cost. TalentLMS is one such app that will be of great benefit. This cloud-based ...  More

talentlms Jan 11th 2013

Follow up on incomplete shopping cart transactions

It's said that nearly three quarters of all online shopping cart transactions don't get completed before going to purchase, for one reason or another. It may be that the customer doesn't have their credit card readily available or they don't understand the form they are filling in. It might even mean that their dinner is ready and they will  have to "finish it next time." So, you've done all the hard work to lure the customer  to your site, they've made a decision on buying something but you don't get the dollars. What can be done to encourage those people to finish off their ...  More

CartStack Dec 31st 2012

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