According to a recent report from Microsoft, a vast majority of PC users today use antivirus protection. Approximately 75% of users have one, but even though antiviruses are given so much attention, and aside from working successfully to stop threats to your PC, they still have several issues. Continue Reading →
Have you ever wanted to find an older version of some software program or operating system? Might not be for everyone this site but I know I have had times when I’ve updated to the latest version of something and regretted it. The developers don’t usually help much and make it difficult to roll back to the old version. This little gem can solve your problems. Continue Reading →
All USB devices typically tell you that you need to eject it via a Safely Remove Hardware icon or other option, and then unplug the device. With that said, most just unplug the device and it still works fine. Many joke about how they like to live dangerously by removing the device without safely injecting it.
Even Windows will tell you that you don’t need to eject the device if you’re using its default settings. But is this really true? Or is there a legitimate reason for safely removing a USB device before yanking it from the drive? Let’s find out.
Increased Performance Vs. Quick Removal
Windows should allow you to change your device either for increased performance or quick removal. The default setting is quick removal, but you can change this via Device Manager, which should be accessed through the Start menu. Once you go into Device Manager, go the Disk Drives, expand it, find your device, right click it, and click on Properties. Then, choose the Policies tab.
You should see that Windows will say you can remove your USB device without ejecting it first. Therefore, you can unplug it without having to worry, right? Let’s see if that’s true.
USB and Data Corruption
If you unplug your USB as data is writing itself to it, such as saving a file to your USB drive, you could get data corruption. To minimize your risk of corrupted data, you should make sure the USB isn’t being used before you pull it out. Some drives have blinking lights that indicate they’re in use.
But even if the lights aren’t blinking, it could still be in use. Background programs could be on the drive, so the light could be misleading. Even if your USB drive doesn’t appear to be in use, using Safely Remove Hardware is good peace of mind, as it decreases your chances for data corruption. Once you safely eject a device, Windows should inform you whenever you can remove it safely. This ensures that your device is safe.
So what does the Better Performance option do, anyway? It will allow Windows to cache your data before it writes it to the USB. While this will improve your device’s speed, you will increase your chance of corrupted data by a long shot if you don’t eject the device first. Not only that, but Windows won’t write the data to your device right away, and the data may not even be on the USB even if it seems to have been written.
If you eject your USB while on Better Performance, Windows will stop caching and will notify when it’s safe to take out the device.
Overall, Quick Removal is the way to go if you are using your USB daily, and reduces your chances of corruption. This is why most don’t use the Safely Remove Hardware option and instead unplug their USB on the fly.
How to Safely Remove Any Device
As we said before, using Safely Remove Hardware, regardless of setting, is good if you’re worried that your data may be corrupted. To use the option, click on the icon and eject. Another way is to go to Computer, right click your device, and click on eject. After you do this, wait until Windows says that you can remove the device.
This will work for Linux and Mac as well, so go for it.
And now you know the importance of ejecting your devices. While most of you may continue to pull out your devices before not removing them safely, at least you’ll know why you should.
Many smartphones are produced with unibody cases, meaning that you can’t open them and replace the internal battery without having to deal with warranty. Because of this, there’s greater demand to learn how to make your smartphone battery last until the next phone. How should you charge it? What apps to use? Depending on what your battery is, there’s many solutions and ways to make your battery last as long as possible.
What Kind of Battery Do You Have?
There are three batteries that are currently being used for smartphones. Those are Lithium-Ion, (Li-ion) Lithium-Polymer, (LiPo) and Nickel-Cadmium. (NiCd) Most smartphones have a Lithium-Ion, but make sure before you assume. Remove the back cover of your phone and look at the battery. If it’s unibody, look it up or check the manual that came with it.
How to Properly Charge Your Devices
Once you take your device out of the box, you should charge it fully. The manufacturer has specific instructions about this, because the phone discharging after you use it for the first time isn’t good. If you want to make it discharge to see how long it lasts, recharge it fully when you have a low battery. It’s a good idea to do this, as you can see just how long the battery lasts.
But, don’t do it out of the box. Set up your phone, install the apps, and leave it alone for a couple of days. When you start using your device at all times look at the times you charge it, and use it like you would. By seeing how long a low battery lasts, you can change your usage based on that.
This battery is used in most devices for a reason. It can last longer at higher temperatures. However, if it becomes stressed, it may lose its charge. In fact, you can only charge your battery for so long before it begins to lose its charge for good. This is why you should only charge it at certain times and not as a habit.
Some people just keep their devices charged at all times, but the truth is that your phone needs to discharge once in a while to stay at its peak. To do this, try keeping the charge between 50%-80%. This will give you the best performance. Watch the battery level to do this. Your Li-ion doesn’t need to be fully discharge before recharging.
Discharging the battery before recharging is a myth of Li-ion that has its roots in NiCd cells (see below for more on this). Your Li-ion device does not have a “memory” and it never needs to be fully discharged.
Dealing with the health of these batteries is about the same as a Li-ion, since these batteries are a variation of that. These batteries are formed to your device’s shape, so it’s great for unibody batteries. The HTC One and iPhone 6 use these batteries. Since they are so similar, LiPo batteries work about the same as Li-ion.
Nickel-Cadmium and its Myths
If you have an older device, it more than likely has a NiCd battery. There have been many myths about these batteries and how to take care of them, and they’ve passed down to other batteries too. One example is the memory effect, where people short-circuit their batteries on order to apparently revive them. NiCd batteries are limited to 500 recharges. That means the battery can fail before you’ve had it for two years, and that’s one of the main reasons why smartphones have moved away from this technology.
The memory effect comes from a limit of the material of the batteries, where the substances forms into crystals if you don’t use it. By not discharging every once in a while, your device will not keep a charge. People tried zapping and short circuiting the battery, but it did not fix the memory effect. In fact, you should never fully discharge these, as they can get damaged. Charge when you see the low battery. Also, if you do not use the device, one percent of the battery will be used each day.
Storing and Chargers
Having one charger for every device sounds convenient. Less messy cords, after all. However, if you use the same charger for different devices, it can have problems. Chargers output different amperage’s. Check the fine print in order to figure this out. If you match the voltage and amperage, you can tell if they’re the same chargers. However, most modern devices have the same voltages.
To avoid this headache, just use the charger that came with your device. This will help keep your battery lasting longer. Don’t risk using a knockoff charger if there’s no guarantee you’re going to get the same charge.
If you are not using your device for a bit, leave it around 50% charge in room temperature. Keep it in a safe place where it won’t be pressured, pierced, or dropped. This can damage both your phone and your battery.
Keep your phone cool at all times. Do not leave it in a place over 140 degrees F (60 C.) Aside from forced shutdowns, it can damage your device. If your phone’s hot, this may mean you’ve been gaming too much or watching too many videos. The processor is working like mad, and it can overwork both your phone and your battery. Stop playing if that’s the case.
Having your phone hot can be damaging. It’s never good for computers, and it’s never good for your batteries. Also, while rare, it can cause your battery to catch fire if it’s too hot. Keeping it too cold can hurt your performance and well, though it won’t hurt your battery. Just try keeping it at an average temperature for best results.
Your battery is important. Replacing them is expensive, and if you have a unibody phone, it can even be more of a pain. Just because we live in an age where you don’t have to constantly be buying batteries, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t give your batteries special treatment. Keep them charged, and keep them healthy.
World traveling has become more pervasive as the years go by – nowadays individuals from many varied walks of life are joining in. Subsequently, handheld devices are becoming much more commonplace as well – with almost everyone having a tablet, smartphone or both. So, fittingly enough, let us take a look at 8 of the most beneficial Android apps that World Travelers can make use of.
An important point to consider is to try to utilize apps that have offline capabilities, you should also try to find the best fit for your style and personality. Do you prefer a way to contact people or an on the go way to translate what the locals are saying? Here’s a look at the best the Google Play Store has for world travelers.
As it stands today on the market there are two main apps that should be mentioned.
Google Translate will be the first app that we mention – based purely on the fact that it is usually the go to choice for most people. One of the best features of Google Translate lies in its offline capabilities. Google Translate gives you the ability to have offline translation for when you are traveling and/or don’t have a stable connection. However, if you plan to take advantage of the offline features you will first have to download your preferred language packs (click the pin beside the language). Google Translate also gives you the ability to speak into your device’s microphone and have an on screen translation take place.
On the other hand, Word Lens is a bit different. It is an example of what is called an augmented reality translation app. What this means is that all you have to do is bring up the app; point your device at the text that is to be translated; and “magically” have said text translated and shown on screen. What this means for you is that you will spend far less time typing lengthy difficult sentences. This means you can read things like signs; restaurant menus; and labels on the fly – therefore you can make informed decisions faster. Similarly to Google Translate, Word Lens also has offline capabilities; however, it only supports 7 languages which is dwarfed by Google Translate and its 80 languages. Word Lens supports English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian – if you are looking for other languages then you are out of luck.
It was recently confirmed that Google has actually purchased Word Lens; this means that Google Translate may soon be seeing some Word Lens’ features added to it.
Packing and Organizing
Even before your travels get underway you will obviously have a hefty to-do list. The tickets for your plane ride won’t buy themselves and your hotel won’t just be magically booked when you arrive. To manage every task and relevant information you will have to be vigilant and organized.
One of the best ways to do this is to utilize Tripit Travel Organizer. This useful app gives you the ability to not only compile lists for various purposes, it also provides you with a means of forwarding emails that you find relevant and add them to your itinerary. If you use Gmail then as an added bonus, your Tripit listings will be automatically updated with the details from forwarded emails.
In this category there is really only one app that we should really talk about – that app is XECurrency. It is the most popular currency converter for Android – as showcased by its over 20 million unique downloads.
XECurrency give you the freedom of performing virtual conversions between an extensive listing of global currencies. This means you can be more frugal with managing your limited travel funds while paying your taxi driver or leaving your waitress a tip.
XE Currency is another app that also boasts the asset of having offline capabilities for its conversions. You can also make a catalogue of favorites that you can observe concurrently for maximum efficiency. Another useful addition is the historic rates mode which you can use to view currency trends over prolonged periods of time.
Be it after a few weeks, days, or hours at some time or another while traveling we may all feel the need to contact our loved ones. However, unlike other categories of apps that can make use of offline capabilities, this category has no apps with this ability.
Apps like WhatsApp and Skype are recommended; however, they will most likely be on your device already. Another name worth looking into – while not as popular – is Tango. Tango is often times referred to as an alternative to Skype (or less flatteringly a “Skype clone”) but it has its own flair to make it worthwhile. It allows free voice calls, texts and also voice calls – standard fare for an app like this. However, it also has the inclusion of “channels” that let you listen to news, music, and sports and also share music with Spotify. The only real visible disadvantage that you have to face with Tango is that it is not as widely used by individuals compared to more popular names, so you may have to forgo using it to talk to certain people.
Sooner or later you will either need to continue your travels elsewhere or find your way back home safely. When you need to do either of these things a flight app can be a blessing.
There are two main types of flight apps available for download, online travel agents and meta search services. For online travel agent apps you have choices such as Travelocity, eDreams and Expedia; meta search apps consist of options such as Kayak, Seatguru and Momondo.
One of the most important factors to be considered when booking a flight is the overall price. While many apps will claim to have the lowest prices and best deals, one app outshines the competition, Skyscanner. Studies have shown that the average user can make use of deals that have been averaged to be, at the very least, one percent cheaper that the competition.
Meta search services all have one problem in common, they all eventually have to redirect you to an online travel agent or an airline website so that you can fully complete your booking. The best online travel agent for thrifty users is Cheapoair; while it is not as popular as the competition, it is averaged at being four percent cheaper that the competition. However, the app is not as functional as the more well-known apps on the market like Expedia.
The memories that you make on your travels are often times the best things about the actual travels themselves. However, once time begins to go by, our mental recollections will start to fade a bit – thankfully there are ways that you can organize all of your videos, photos, feelings, and thoughts. Apps like Evernote are an okay enough way to accomplish this, even Facebook has its uses as well. However, if you are a traveler who is serious about your memory keeping, it would do you well to make use of the Vacation and Travel Journal. This app gives you the power to record your travels with audio recordings, video, text, and pictures; after you are done you can then sync your collection on a website so that it can be shared with your loved ones. While the expected information, such as the time and date of each entry are recorded, there are other things as well. Among these are the altitude, latitude, longitude, and the weather – there is also an option to create shared trips that can be edited and used by multiple travelers.
So do you like our selection of Android apps for travelers? Maybe you know an app that we forgot to mention or didn’t add to our list. Let us hear about it in the comments, and finally happy travels.
Using your Internet on your phone can increase your bill if you’re not careful. How do you keep your data usage low without ever using your phone’s Internet, anyway? One way is to use apps. Here are some useful tips to help you out.
Mobile Internet is Hardly Unlimited
It’s probably happened to you. You thought you hadn’t consumed too much data on your smartphone or tablet, and then when you got the bill, you had to take out another mortgage to pay for it. Okay, it probably wasn’t that bad, but you had to pay more. No matter how big your allowance is, you will probably exceed it, and you’ll be charged for extra data.
If you have an Android, there’s plenty of built-in tools to combat this. Go to Settings>Data Usage. Switch your data on, and tap Set Mobile Data Limit, which will give you the option to have a limit. You can even restrict the data in the background in the same menu. It is not as accurate as your carrier’s methods, but it should help out. If that’s not enough, there are apps to help. These compress your data either by using remote servers or making you access the Internet through their networks.
There are plenty of apps that use compression methods and virtual private networks (VPNs) to reduce your data usage. These include:
UC Browser HD
This allows for faster browsing via the technology of compression. It also makes you use less data when going to websites. It has ad blockers too, and you can watch videos while you download. It’s a great alternative to Chrome.
This app will run in the background and sends all data through the app’s servers. It then compresses the data you use. It will also optimize your images and allows you to see how much data you’ve saved. You can save a lot through this app.
This app allows you to select one of their servers and connect to it. It’s very easy to setup, thankfully. These servers are in different countries around the world, such as USA, Brazil, Singapore, Australia, and Ireland.
Once you connect to the VPN, you will see a key icon in the notifications. To use this app, you need to create a free app, which allows up to 250 MB of data. You can buy more data, however. This app is just one of the many VPN applications out there, so don’t think it’s the only one.
Opera Max monitors and compresses your data to keep it as minimal as possible. In addition, it even forces the big data consumers on your phone to work only when you’re connected to Wi-Fi. This app can double your data plan, and it uses a VPN that allows for privacy. Your data will download quicker, and you can even compress mobile video. Video is usually the reason why you exceed your allowance, so that’s a plus.
These apps do help, so try them out individually and see which one works the best for you.
Using Wi-Fi to Reduce Data
If you’re still exceeding your data usage, simply turn off your mobile data and use public Wi-Fi. It’s a great way to eliminate those data hogs like app installation, audio streaming and video watching. It’s not recommended for banking and purchasing, as it’s not secure, but it will work for everything else. It’s ideal for urban areas where there’s Wi-Fi all around, but it may be difficult when you’re in the suburbs or in the country.
Saving Data Can Make Your Experience Better
By using less data, you can pay less for your phone bill, and even let you enjoy streaming video and podcasts. Remember to be smart about it and consume less data if possible. We all need to save where and when possible. Give it a go and see what happens, you will be surprised.
Have you noticed a lot of talk lately about people using cell phone spy software? It is definitely becoming popular and I wanted to clear up some questions around the legality of this software. Spy software on cell phones is indeed perfectly legal to sell and use in certain specific circumstances.
The problem lies in how it is used, by unscrupulous people. Advertisements don’t help – going for misleading headlines like spying on your Ex or catching your cheating spouse, to lure you in but add disclaimers and other legal jargon to protect the company from legal action. Thankfully things are changing and some of the better companies now focus on the legal uses for spy software. Today’s spy software focuses more on legal and legitimate ways to use the program, check out this website Acisni for examples of good legitimate spy software programs – and how to use it properly.
While the attitudes of some companies may have changed the disclaimers remain the same. The disclaimers are there because no matter how much these companies tell you to do the right thing there is someone willing to do the wrong thing. The company should not be at fault for people’s negligence, and they want to protect themselves from ending up in a legal situation. Their strategic disclaimers make sure that does not happen.
The legal situation is about privacy laws. There are individual privacy laws, government privacy laws and law enforcement privacy laws and all of them use a different set of rules. The law varies between countries, regions and cities so it is never straightforward. Individual privacy laws may not count as much as government and law enforcement privacy laws in the eyes of the court. People need to stick to the basic privacy laws so they will be safe from prosecution – if you follow carefully what is mentioned in the disclaimers you should be safe. There are certain conditions to keeping legal, they are as follows:
- You must own or have the legal rights to the cell phone you want to monitor. (You pay the bills)
- You must let the user of the cell phone know that the phone is being monitored if they are an adult
In other words the cell phone of interest must be owned by you or you must be the one to pay the cell phone bill. So when you purchase the other party’s cell phone you cannot monitor it without their knowledge. That’s not how the system works. This will backfire because the courts can argue that you bought the phone just to spy on them. That hurts your chances of winning. That is why using spy software on cell phones and having legal authority over the cell phone is a grey area. But the second privacy law of notifying them makes the situation much clearer.
The best way to use the cell phone without legal action is the following:
- Monitoring children’s cell phones under 18
- Monitoring work cell phones employees use. Companies can do this if they tell their employees the phone will be monitored. Have this discussion in a meeting and in writing, before allowing workers to use them.
There are no exceptions. If you do use spy software illegally any evidence you uncover cannot be used in court. It doesn’t matter if you catch them admitting or doing something that will get you off the hook; you can’t use it. Plus, you will most likely end up in the courts yourself for invasion of privacy. Stick to the legal ways to monitor and you will be safe and remember the penalties can be severe.
So is spy software legal? Yes, but it is the way you use it that will make it illegal. Think before you act.
Smartphones are now a part of daily life, and there’s no getting around that fact. Our faces and the faces of our children are buried into phones, tablets, and laptops. We all have that annoying friend that won’t put their phone down during a meal. How do you cope with the constant distraction? Hopefully, these tips can help you keep your smartphone from ruining your life.
Put your phone away when with friends and family.
There’s nothing wrong with excusing yourself while you check in with the babysitter or multitask checking the score of the game while heading to the bathroom, but when you are in the midst of interacting with your friends, practice some restraint. Talk, enjoy yourself, and forget your phone. If you are expecting an important call, set your phone to vibrate (in your pocket or purse and not on the table), and excuse yourself when you need to take the call.
Another fun way to spend dedicated time with family or friends is to have tech-free evenings or parties. Invite your friends and let them know they’ll need to check their phones at the door. Instead, plan an evening of fun activities and games to play.
Think twice before snapping a pic.
Every moment does not need to be chronicled. Living in the moment can be much more rewarding than what you can share with friends you barely know on Facebook or Instagram. Make a plan to take a couple photos with friends or in front of a location, and let it stop there. The view through your phone is not nearly as good as the one through your very own eyes.
Bored? Take a look around.
Smartphones are our go-to time passer. If you are bored, get creative, and try to think of something else you can do before you grab for your smartphone. If you’re at home, ask yourself if there is anything you’ve been procrastinating on. How about learning a new hobby? There’s more to life than YouTube!
Don’t over share.
Twenty years ago, you may recall your uncle’s family vacation to the Grand Canyon. You may also recall the hundreds of uninteresting photos he was so ready to share of his experience. The second hand experience he subjected you and others to was probably lackluster at best. Odds are your social media friends feel the same way. So, before you snap that photo of your breakfast to share with the world, ask yourself: does anyone really care about this?
Don’t count on your phone in risky situations.
Whether you’re traveling across the country or expecting a conference call while in a new restaurant, don’t leave anything to chance. Your GPS could leave you stranded in a bad part of town, or you may not be able to get signal in this new restaurant your friends couldn’t stop talking about. What do you do now? Have a backup plan that does not rely on your smartphone. For the above situations, bring a paper map, and call the restaurant ahead to make plans for a phone call if you have cell trouble. Being resourceful is not limited to your ability to Google.
A Quick Conclusion
Set boundaries for yourself, and have expectations for your family and friends’ behavior when it comes to technology in social situations. Don’t become a phone bore!
YouTube is a great place, but it is becoming increasingly hard to find good content buried underneath the mountain of cat videos and irritating people desperately trying to become famous overnight. Much like everything that’s good and creative on the web, it is used for everything else other than its original purpose, and it yields bad results.Until YouTube finds a way to put a spotlight on its best content, let’s take a look at some similar sites and see what they have to offer.
Dailymotion is the runner-up for the title of the largest video-sharing website. Started in 2005 in one guy’s apartment, roughly at the same time YouTube came busting out the door. The overall look and feel resembles YouTube to an extent, with the most popular videos featured on the home page and the search bar at the top of the page. The bottom line is: if you’re familiar with YouTube, you find your way around Dailymotion quickly, although it can’t match the sheer volume of videos that YouTube has, but then again, that also means it has less clutter.
Vimeo takes a different approach to that of YouTube and Dailymotion, favoring quality over quantity. When you visit its homepage, you might find yourself confused, as Vimeo is kind of subtle and almost shy about promoting its content. You won’t find thumbnails of trending videos. However, when you register or log in, everything begins to make sense. The interface is simple and elegant, and it puts the video front and center, without useless junk distracting you from the main reason you are there: content. And when it comes to quality content, Vimeo is simply incredible. Forget cat videos and wannabe comedians. This is about as good as it gets if you like short films and experimental music videos. We especially like the “Staff Picks”. The image quality is superb, and the player is simple and streamlined. Furthermore, Vimeo is also a good place for both amateur and professional filmmakers, and what’s even more shocking nowadays, it has original content which can’t be found elsewhere. Not even on YouTube – although sometimes original might not be so great… just odd!
Originally an Israeli website founded in Tel Aviv, it is now located in San Francisco. Metacafe has wisely decided to move away from the model used by YouTube and Dailymotion, becoming more of a place for select short films and videos. Metacafe’s home page is somewhat crowded, and dropdown menus help with navigation, and you can choose between movies, games, music and lots of others. Similar to YouTube, it can become a bit addictive, with one video leading to another, and before you know it, hours have gone by. But, take the time to find the original short films and unique content, because that’s what best about it.
The truth is, no site will come close to YouTube in terms of size, popularity and the number of videos posted. But that doesn’t mean that the YouTube way is the only way and that others should stop trying. Just look at Vimeo.
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Through the huge advancement of technology, advertising strategies and possibilities have expended and increased including social networks and email. One of the online marketing techniques which have been used the longest includes email marketing. Anybody who has ever delivered a marketing email is aware that the tricky part is obviously not creating the email or delivering it, but having the recipients open it.
That is why if you want your recipients to open the emails you sent them, knowing about the best ways is a helpful decision. If you are operating a small business using these tips are beneficial. Using email for small business can be very effective if you get your emails opened by your recipients and you will be able to achieve this by using the following effective methods to obtain increased email open rate.
Methods to Achieve Improved Email Open Rate
Automated Vs. Real People.
The overall accord is that consumers prefer to communicate with real people instead of an automatic computer response. Yes, in some instances, using automated emails are just fine. For instance, when one recipient signs up for a newsletter, using the automated reply may be fine. On the other hand, you must always provide the option for your audience to communicate and reply with the real human being. When there are some concerns, many prefer to be able to get in touch with a real person rather than an automatic response from a computer.
This line is the very first thing viewers see once you deliver an email. Although, most platforms of email have the preview of an email body, still, it goes after a subject line. For this reason, you must create your subject line while making sure that the body’s beginning correlates well with one another. A certain technique which has proved efficient is asking a question within that subject line regarding the topic that will catch the attention of your readers and have them open their emails.
Be cautious when making the subject line, as creating one that is too long may not be a good idea. The first things to be noticed are the primary few words, so make sure to focus on them.
Segmenting and Targeting.
The application of segmenting and targeting may help you obtain the finest open rate. Using email for small business requires this method in order to guarantee your emails’ efficiency. Targeting may help you in two aspects; first, it may help you with the sign-up list and second, the utilization of segmenting and targeting within the actual emails should increase open rates.
You may segment and sort the email contacts into different groupings, each of them having a very particular purpose. You must personalize the email of each group in accordance to their necessities. From there you could produce targeted campaigns that are directed to certain segments. It is highly important to process your targets by not simply creating and leaving them.
If you want to make the most of your email marketing, considering and using these methods mentioned above should be very helpful. It is always a good idea to use email for small business, but it is better to use them efficiently with the best techniques.
As a small business owner, you should always be looking for ways you can improve revenue streams and bring in new clients for the long-term. Well, one of the first things you should be doing to achieve that aim is making sure you look as professional as possible.
By this we mean having a professional graphics team behind you. Having high quality logos, website graphics, templates and product views is very important. At the same time, having the best quality of content you can get is vital to a business growing online.
To be able to afford a full marketing team who can design, write, implement and promote your business for you, you would be spending thousands of dollars a month. Thankfully, there are many options out there to the business owners who are looking to do a little bit of extra searching.
Outsourcing is a huge part of the corporate world today, and even the smallest of businesses should be looking to make the most of outsourcing. Have you ever heard of Fiverr? Fiverr is an online outsourcing haven, where you can get just about anything done for your business starting at $5. Article writers, graphic designers, video editors, audio composers – literally everything you need to promote your business the right way can be found here.
You can even get consultation for your business to see how you can improve for the best in the future. These amazing prices can really make learning your trade and becoming the best business you can much simpler.
Other than things like content writing and logo design, the offers are basically limitless. Video promotion, where you can have fully HD videos generated for use in marketing campaigns, are sold by more than one seller on Fiverr.
As well as this, you can pick up pretty awesome gigs on things like promoting your website link to huge Twitter and Facebook followings. These type of gigs can really be worth their weight in gold – for just $5 you can be linked to thousands of people. Some of these lists are into the hundreds of thousands, by the way. That type of exposure simply cannot be found elsewhere for this type of money.
Fiverr is becoming one of the most established places on the internet to find quality outsourcing. It recently seen a $20,000,000 investment put into the site to improve its interface. There are many people who run full-time businesses, employing other people, through Fiverr. The many sellers on there who have positive reputations can be trusted fully, so the next time you need some help with running your business marketing campaigns, turn to Fiverr.
The level of quality for the tiny prices are simply outstanding. There are even talented web designs on here who are working at $100-$250 websites, and the work they put in is truly outstanding. Whatever you feel your business needs, you will most likely find somebody on Fiverr who can provide an elite, cost-effective solution.