We are living in the age of the customer. Not the age of the seller. Take a look at this informative slideshare presentation on marketing in 2015.
Google Now is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Google that is available within the Google Search mobile application for the Android and iOS operating systems and just released for Google Chrome on the desktop for Windows and Mac.
Like Siri for iOS, you can click on the microphone icon and tell Google Now what you want to do. Google has recently added to their list of voice commands that it is capable of using. Here is a great infographic developed by Trendblog.net showing the list of GoogleNow voice commands available.
Do you know any other important or funny commands which are not listed above? Share them with us in the comments!
Google Now voice commands by trendblog.net
Is your small business set up to connect with today’s mobile consumer? If not, here are three easy ways to get ready.
Take a look at this fun and informative video on the increase in tablet use. How does your current website perform on a tablet device? Contact us today for a free tablet evaluation of your existing website. Mention this post and receive a $100 discount on your next website redesign from us. We guarantee the sites we design will function on tablets and mobile devices.
Vertical Response (one of our favorite email marketing services) published this very good article today. Follow these tips from the pro's or let us manage your email marketing efforts for you.
2013 has arrived, and with it comes thoughts and ideas of how email and social marketing will evolve. While we can’t predict what will become the next big social media channel this year, we can give you some tips to help you stay ahead of the game.
Mobile Design – This may be the most important thing to consider for your email marketing this year. According to Litmus, 36% of emails are opened using a mobile device/tablet, and they predict it’ll be 50% by year’s end. Hence, mobile design is something you definitely want to take this into account when crafting your emails, and it’s not as hard as you may think. With a few minor tweaks, your email will render clearly for readers on a variety of devices or platforms, just follow these tips:
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