Month: November 2016

Review Websites for Your App

Do you have an app you wanted to be reviewed on by top experts? There are a lot of websites where you can submit your app so they can review them.

Having your app reviewed by these sites is one of the best way for an effective app marketing strategy. It not only gives credibility to your app, as people get to review and critic your app, it also gives an opportunity to reach more people who are under your target users.

Here are some review sites you might want to check out:

  1. App Useful
  2. Feed My App
  3. 9to5mac
  4. PreApps
  5. TheStartupPitch
  6. Mashable
  7. Tech Crunch

If you want to know more about the importance of this, here are a list of reasons for you:

  1. It gives credibility
  2. It gets easily recommended by reviewers
  3. It gets a larger audience
  4. It increases downloads
  5. It increases app page traffic

So are you considering this tip? Try it and let me know your feedback. I am definitely sure this will help a lot in launching your app.

Just a tip: Make sure you submit your apps only to verified apps. Check and research first about the website and if they too have good reviews. You do not want your own app to be compromised! Our friends at ITmagination also develop apps for you, so check them out!

All the best,

Lime

A Blogger Should Have Good Content

I know that a lot of people think that working and making a living online must be super glamorous and amazing, and certain parts of it are, like, I love being able to work in my pajamas and do my business from home, but still there are a lot of aspects of the job that are not ideal.

First things first, you need to have a website. I recommend using a website builder like WordPress, which is where I have it.

Like any other job, lots of my duties are super boring. Like, super boring. One of my least favorite parts of being a blogger is finding good photos to match up with my articles. Now, I have always just like this, because the sources for stock photos don’t really manage or measure quality content, if you know what I mean.

So, I guess what I’m saying, is that the task is boring because the photos are all so boring and also super horrible. Yes, I know that sounds harsh, but until you had to spend hours of every week of your life pouring through horrible albums of vanilla, plain, beige photos that don’t really seem to suit anything well, and then, from one of these photos, attaching it to a piece of writing that you seriously care about… then, you might actually understand what I’m talking about here, and it might actually make a whole lot of sense. Actually, I’m certain that you would understand.

So, even though this is sort of about the boring parts of being a blogger, it’s also just about the boring parts of any job. And the message is actually optimistic, because, after months and years of struggling comma I have finally found the resource that I’ve been looking for. If you found my lack of faith disturbing, know that I have found my solution. EyeEm Is literally the bestĀ  stock photography option that currently exist on the internet, and I am like almost completely certain of that. It’s amazing! The amount of good photos on there is totally unprecedented, so if you are a blogger orĀ just a webmaster, I strongly suggest frequenting this awesome little corner of the internet. If your life or job has nothing to do with the internet, then just take this as a Beacon of Hope that’s sometimes the worst parts of your job can be fixed by magical Solutions.