Posts Tagged ‘WANT’

 

PEEK a BOO- I’M SPYING on YOU….

 

  PEEK a BOO: YOUR SMARTPHONE  SPIES ON YOU

CAN YOU SEE ME NOW  ?

 

OR DO WANT ME TO  SEE YOU ALL THE TIME ??

 

 

If you y do NOT  want your phone to track you  24/7,

Here is some helpful advice.

 

Your Smartphone has a default   “geotagging” option.

You can by pass this. Really.

Disabling depends on your model.

 

How to turn off  Geotracking functions:

For BLACKBERRY and ANDROID PHONES

 

Get details on:

 www.icanstakyou.com and

www.realitypod.com.

 

FOR I Phones

 

Go to SETTINGS- Click on General

 

Under General – go to  “LOCATION SERVICES”

 

Check if your LOCATION SERVICES are “ON”

If you want to disable, change to OFF.

 

TAKE THIS  BENTLEY … PLEASE

YOUR potential customers need a reason to say yes.

YOU need to give a potential buyer the excuse to spend their money.

GO YE AND HELP THEM….

That’s why star marketers are psychologists and let the person sell themselves. Remember, people WANT to have an excuse to get a new “toy”.

It is your job to help them sell themselves – they are your VERY best salesperson.

Ask any good salesperson and they will tell you that the intangible “ WANT “ not “NEED” benefits  sells your product,.

Remember- People generally don’t buy things they don’t TOTALLY need, but they will need a reason to say yes, even if they do need the product.

Remember- a NEED can be the care and feeding of ones tender and fragile ego

NEEDS take many forms – from yachts to diamonds - to LOVE ..

Nobody really NEEDS a Bentley convertible

..or do they ?

 To feel better-and if you are a Bentley

Marketer  remember to play Doctor…

JUST WHAT the HECK IS an iphone ?

We can thank http://www.apple.com,

 or we would not be asking.

WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW BUT ARE TOO ASHAMED TO ASK

Don’t worry Bunky- that’s why Appsnewbie is here.

I KNOW there is too much stuff to try to absorb.

 

BUT here is the BASIC DEAL: HISTORY

The iPhone is a line of Internet- and multimedia(meaning they can use multiple sources for getting the thing to work- (hopefully. )

The smartphones are designed and marketed by Apple Inc.

 The first iPhone was unveiled by Apple CEO Steve Jobs on January 9, 2007, and released on June 29, 2007.

An iPhone can function as a video camera (video recording was not a standard feature until theiPhone 3GS was released),

 a camera phone, can send texts and receive visual voicemail, aportable media player,

and be your internet source net for email and web browsing , and both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.

 There are four generations of iPhone models, each accompanied by one of the four major releases of iOS (formerly iPhone OS).

 The original iPhone was a GSM phone that established design precedents like screen size and buttons  have persisted on all models.

 The iPhone 3G added 3Gcellular network capabilities and A-GPS location.

The iPhone 3GS added a compass, faster processor, and a clearer, better camera, including video recording at 480p.

The iPhone 4 has a rear facing camera (720p video) and a front facing camera (at a lower resolution) for FaceTime video calling and for use in other apps like Skype.  The phone also featured a higher-resolution display; it was released on June 24, 2010.

In the U.S., AT&T was the only authorized carrier until February 10, 2011, when a CDMA version of the iPhone 4 launched for Verizon.

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BUT if you WANT A ROTARY DIAL  APP TRY

dialR: Rotary Phone Dialer

APPSNEWBIE PREDICTS:
In 5 years – or less- the clamshell cell phone will be where the rotary corded landline phone is today.
At the thrift shop and unusable.

The latest generations of Smartphone’s and tablets are revolutionizing the mobile device usage-driving fierce competition between platforms and making HUGE opportunities for marketers to connect with consumers. SELL BABY SELL the mantra.
MOBILE MARKETING…

Momentum in the mobile device market has swung in favor of Smartphones, led by the Apple’s iPhone and the host of competitors.
As per eMarketer, they project US Smartphone users will reach 73.3 million by the end of 2011, representing 31% of the total mobile user population.

Although they still constitute a minority of mobile users, Smartphone owners command the majority of marketers’ attention. The explanation boils down to how Smartphone owners use their devices. Simply put, they do more of everything than their counterparts with feature phones: messaging, gaming, listening to music, watching videos, social networking, shopping, using apps and browsing the web.

The next generation of Smartphones promises to take this disparity to even greater heights, in the process spurring increased competition between Apple’s proprietary iOS platform and the open Android operating system championed by Google. The addition of tablets into the smart-device mix constitutes a vital second front in the larger Apple-Google battle for mobile supremacy.

Ultimately, the winner, if there is one, matters less than marketers’ ability to make the most of the growing number of smart devices to deliver rich, engaging experiences for consumers

MOBILE MARKETING
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