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Why You Shouldn’t “Buy Local”!

Posted by on Jan 1, 2014

Tweet Sponsored by Currency Eater You’ve heard it on TV, on the radio, all over the news– the push to “buy local.” It’s a movement rapidly gaining...

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Broadcast Library

Posted by on Dec 16, 2013

Tweet The #1 problem with most publications geared at showing you how to podcast is that they are written by individuals who have very limited professional broadcast experience. It...

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The #1 Reason Your App Failed

Posted by on Jan 28, 2014

Tweet App development is exciting and can be a very rewarding venture. Many people pursue app development like it’s the “Gold Rush” of our time. Besides the...

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Instapaper creator developing new podcasting app

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013

Tweet Marco Arment created the very popular mobile application called Instapaper, a very simple tool for saving web pages to read later on your iPhone, iPad, Android, computer, or...

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Sponsored Review: Antrax

Sponsored Review: Antrax

Jul 4, 2014

Did you know?

For many years, telephone interviews for broadcasters was recorded via phone line. You may think that this is the most reliable and stable form of recording an interview for your podcast but it is not. Many radio and television stations are using Voice over Internet Protocol to conduct telephone interviews. VOIP calls tend to be clearer and give the appearance that the individual is actually sitting in the room across from you versus being hundred, perhaps thousands of miles away.

To help you to make the switch to VOIP calls, we would like to introduce Antrax, also accessible via mobile devices at antrax.mobi. ANTRAX is a service that give you an alternative solution designed specially for the termination of voice traffic from VoIP (Voice over IP) to GSM networks (networks of mobile operators) via the Antrax GSM Gateway. The product they make is both flexible and able to be used to meet your every need and requirement.

A service like ANTRAX is so valuable because it can help bring podcasters closer to developing a professional sound that’s core is only distinguishable trait, is that it sounds better, clearer and is a versatile signal. If you’re unfamiliar with cell phone signals and how Antrax can play a role in your podcast program, feel free to contact them.

Sponsored Reviews: Apito

Sponsored Reviews: Apito

Jun 22, 2014

Aptito

We would like to welcome special website partner Aptito (Online at Appito’s.com) to our list of friends. Aptito’s was referred to us by fellow business partner Milmenus. Aptito’s is an all-in-one digital solution for businesses that own a restaurant. The site goes beyond the regular features that most mobile websites offer; they offer a complete package of features including the ability to customize your digital menus, iPad compatibility, full-featured Point-of-Sale (POS) system, real-time reservation solution, and smartphone app and much more. For a complete list of the features of Aptitos’s click here.

The fact is, restaurants not tapping into the mobile market, utilizing its features– are simply losing customers. Gone are the days, customers called and simply walked into a restaurant; you need a link to your customers– Aptitos is the bridge. Many people look for a restaurant that has a strong online presence that is full featured and fully equipped to handle their 21st century needs. Aptito allows owner to seamlessly interact with customers, monitor the restaurant remotely, and bring in more people.

Aptito

Aptito’s can help you save money because it digitizes the customer experience that needs to be improved, such as sending orders, having orders fulfilled, direct contact with customers and more. Now, you and you staff can be more focused on serving rather than handling customer complaints because a server brought the wrong order. In addition, this means before the customer arrives at the restaurant, they will have their order hot and ready– without the hassle of waiting.

The professionals at Aptito’s are waiting for you to try their service and see your sales raise exponentially. Visit the sites at Aptitos.com

 

The #1 Reason Your App Failed

The #1 Reason Your App Failed

Jan 28, 2014

App development is exciting and can be a very rewarding venture. Many people pursue app development like it’s the “Gold Rush” of our time. Besides the marketing, coding, development and launch of your app, there’s one key thing you need to know about app development. If you want your app to ride the waves of success, the most important thing you need to remember is to keep the app localized. What does that mean? Let me explain.

Equity Crowdfunding

Equity Crowdfunding

Jan 6, 2014

If you have questions about crowdfunding but haven’t begun sifting through the New Crowdfunding Rules yet, take a look at our post in addition to checking out the website Equity Crowdfunding. When talking about starting a website or new project, how to ensure funding is always the number one question on everyone’s minds. Many businesses are turning to crowdfunding as a means to keep U.S. companies afloat going into 2014. What makes crowdfunding unique is that it’s geared towards directly connecting ideas with both accredited investors and private consumers alike. There’s a wide misconception that to start a new project or podcast, all you need is some money, but that isn’t the case. What’s needed is startup capital, or operating expenses for minimum the first year of business. In recent years, one funding solution in particular has become popular: crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is the process of sharing an idea for a new project or podcast with a wide pool of potential consumers. If they want to see the project or podcast happen, potential consumers donate, usually on a website with a dedicated crowdfunding platform.

Why You Shouldn’t “Buy Local”!

Why You Shouldn’t “Buy Local”!

Jan 1, 2014

Sponsored by Currency Eater

You’ve heard it on TV, on the radio, all over the news– the push to “buy local.” It’s a movement rapidly gaining popularity from coast to coast. Unfortunately, I have some pretty bad news for you about the “buy local” movement. Buying local usually means the product is more expensive, and many times it comes at a lesser quality in comparison. We see advertisements with the stereotypical rugged American farmer, the ‘Mom and Pop’ shops, elevating them to a pedestal. Many years ago, before technological advances made long-distance transport possible for all businesses, this was the only method of purchasing goods and services. Mom and Pop could be just as racist as the day is long, overcharge you whatever they saw fit, and deny service to whomever, as this was their American right. With the advances in other countries such as China and India came the opportunity to capitalize on cheaper labor, cheaper products, and bulk purchases. In America, we wouldn’t have a $1 store if not for Chinese labor and products. You may be wondering what this has to do with podcasting. Well, truth be told, if you are looking for hard-working employees that will be respectful and more productive, you should almost always hire foreigners instead of domestic Americans.

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