It’s imperative for small businesses to adapt to the latest technological developments to remain competitive. Apps and software are taking the world by storm, and smart companies are taking advantage of this to increase their ROI and retain customers.
One of the best ways to generate sales qualified leads (SQL) is to host a conference. One of the worst ways to sell that idea to your non-marketing focused boss is to use terms like SQL. When speaking to non-marketers, avoid marketing jargon.
Eliminating specialized jargon is also good practice for marketing your products, services, and brand. People don’t want to feel like they are being marketed to (targeted). They don’t want to be treated like leads and prospects.
How easy do you imagine it will be to have an idea for an app to sell, and then make it happen so that you’ll make some money? In theory, it sounds like maybe you’ll just have to spend a little bit of time doing some programming, and then you’ll submit your app to the Android and iOS stores, and then money starts pouring in.
There’s a little bit more to it than that, and those extra parts will often cost you some money to make happen. These stages include app development, promotions, troubleshooting, maintenance, and possibly even infrastructure. Take a minute to think about each of those categories.
The idea of credit is extremely important to your financial well-being. You may be great with money. You may understand bank accounts, checking accounts, and cash-only budgeting skills, but until you really dig into the meat of using your credit successfully, you’re missing out on a big part of the monetary puzzle.
Five topics in particular to consider include making sure that you know how to fix your credit if it’s broken, you understand interest rates, you know how budget apps can help you with credit functions, you know the difference between credit and debit, and you have a basic understanding of how credit rating works with respect to applying for loans.
Why do we like to shoot at things? We shoot rubber bands, rolled up papers, spit wads, sticks, rocks, arrows, bb guns, and real guns. We love to aim at something and fire away. There is some instinctive hunger to eye a target, estimate the distance, prepare the shot, and release the projectile. The need transcends culture and is the basis for most sports; put the ball in the hoop, pitch over the plate, kick the ball in the goal, pass the ball to the target.
In its most current derivation, that need can be met on the screens of our phones and mobile devices. Games that challenge us in our ability to shoot targets, game or even people are insanely popular. We still can purchase a rifle legally, equip it with a powerful optic device, buy ammunition, find a range or go hunting, and shoot things to smithereens. We can also do many of the same things, albeit with much less sensory input, sitting comfortably on our couches. Right or wrong, you decide. Here are 5 Apps for iOs you should give a shot: