Another great article for mobile marketers.
Google is fast on its way to becoming a “mobile first” company—within a year mobile will become the primary way users access Google—writes Larry Kim of WordStream, citing information from three Google execs.
To determine how Google generates revenue from mobile, WordStream researched Google’s mobile product portfolio, graded the those products (basing the grades on quality, market adoption, value to users, value to marketers, originality, and other factors), and summed up the results in an infographic. Read more here…
It’s time to learn more about Google’s apps for mobile.
Marketing how-to: Google’s Top 20 Mobile Products (and How It Monetizes Them) [Infographic]: Google is fast on… bit.ly/10BZGKs
— MarketingProfs Team (@MProfsWire) March 11, 2013
The recent ‘goodie’ from Pinterest is the Pinterest App where you can access Pinterest using your mobile phone or tablet. Here are great things you can do with the Pinterest App:
1) You can snap a photo and pin it instantly.
2) Browse pins and boards while you wait or watch TV.
3) Get style or recipe ideas while you shop.
4. Display your pins on your phone or tablet.
Now pinning is just a tap of your finger. Happy Pinning!
To apply for an online job as a Virtual Assistant, it is important to have your own blog and website to show to your prospective clients that you have indeed the skills to be hired. One of the these blogging tools is WordPress.com.
WordPress.com is a free blogging service to those of you who would like to start a blog or create a website in your VA career or your business. What I love about WordPress.com is its more than a hundred beautiful free themes to choose from for your blog or website and its different features that you’ll surely love. One of my personal favorite features is its ability to publish your content even if you are away from your desk using mobile apps which is available for iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry.
Don’t know how to create a blog using WordPress.com? Here is my own step-by-step tutorial on How to Sign up for a Blog at WordPress.com.