Design a Robust Mobile App for iPhone and Android in 5 Steps

My Mobile Fans offers affordable mobile apps and mobile websites for the individual, non-profit and small business environment via their industry leading Do-It-Yourself (DIY) app builder. With over 40 rich features for leveraging mobile, location and social media, they may be the most affordable and robust mobile app building platform on the market. The application is quite simple, providing a step-by-step wizard to pull you through setting up your mobile application. Step 1: Select your

Task Management is Easy with HiTask

These past couple weeks, I’ve been struggling to keep up. I have at least one dozen projects, at least 5 partner companies, a full-time employee and 2 part-time resources. I’m trying to keep up on selling as well as fulfilling the projects that I’ve sold. We’re at that uncomfortable point where we’ve got enough business for another full-time employee… but we don’t have that resource yet (he starts in two weeks!). To get organized, I

ATTN: Social Media Application Developers

Twitter. Facebook. LinkedIn. My blog. My company. Aside from those, I have a Google account. I have a gravatar account. I have a WordPress account. I have a Yahoo! account. I’m on Flickr. Delicious. Technorati. Ning. Before that there was MySpace. And AOL. Back in the day, I even had a Prodigy account. So here’s my question, since I’m absolutely everywhere online, when you develop your software why in the world are you asking me

How to Single-Task

Everyone talks about how to multi-task… yesterday I had a conversation with David from the Brown County Career Resource center and we discussed single-tasking. That is… turning off your phone, your twitter desktop app, closing your email, turning off alerts – and actually getting some work done. We have too many distractions, nowadays, and it’s impacting the quality of our work. I’m not a fan of multi-tasking. Co-workers from previous jobs will corroborate the fact

3.24% of Facebook Users are Dead

In a recent census of social media users, it was identified that 3.24% of all Facebook users were actually dead. Dead Myspace users trumped Facebook at 7.46%. It’s a fascinating statistic because it raises the question of how social networks charge advertisers and how they measure growth. Social networks don’t actually report the number of engaged users nor do they measure the number of dead ones. Advertisers pay for advertisements based on the number of

Bearish on Blogs

News.com – Bearish on Blogs Forbes.com – The MySpace Bubble A couple of interesting notes on the explosion of blogs. As with any ‘bubble’, folks are already talking about the ‘burst’. My personal take is that Nick Denton isn’t getting ‘bearish on blogs’, he’s getting bearish on bad blogs as a revenue source. Blogs will continue to develop over time and integrate into every aspect of the web. However, as with any web site, content