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… you can put together your own. As you make the changes on the drag & drop application editing interface, you’ll see a preview of the application updated in real-time. Once you have the app the way you want it, you can immediately submit it to Google Play, Amazon and iTunes stores for approval. These costs vary from $25 per app on Google to $99 for iTunes, so that cost needs to be factored into your calculations when budgeting. Watch the free explanatory videos here: …
… after being written.  However, just because they are still relevant doesn’t mean you can re-hash them without penalty from the search engines. . Remember that Google, Bing and the like are businesses too, trying to please their customers (searchers) so they will reward those who upload content that is fresh, up to date and original. It pays to take advantage of this fact by keeping on top of your industry and keeping your readers informed.  . It is a mistake to take shortcuts when it …
… relevant to your own content as this is one of Google’s ranking factors. On the page where you are linking to, have a quality free offer in the niche with an optin-form to grow your marketing list. . . Social Media Traffic Social marketing is all about directly connecting with your customer base, engaging them in conversation and building relationships with your target audience.  One of the easiest ways of building a customer-based marketing campaign is to take advantage of the popularity …
… At the moment, we have apps that are only relevant for certain systems e.g. separate apps are needed for iphone/ipad and android with no way to interact; is that about to change?   Click to see the full article. Until this happens, what cloud storage / backup services can we use for free. How do Dropbox,  iCloud, SkyDrive, Google Drive compare at the moment? Dropbox From dropbox.com, this has been a popular choice for quite some time (dropbox is often the first thing that comes to mind for …
. I’m pretty excited that my new product is finished at last! Why am I interested in mobile Marketing? These statistics of mobile phone users tell the tale: “62% of smartphone owners use their device to search for information online via search engines.” Source: Google http://services.Google.com/fh/files/blogs/our_mobile_planet_us_en.pdf You really don’t need a bunch of statistics to tell you that people value convenience. If the numbers don’t lie, then your website will be viewed …

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