Four Ways One Deep Linking URL is Helping My Business

When Winery Passport first launched in July 2013, it was only available on iOS. All of the marketing materials, including hundreds of dollars in printed business cards and counter stands, had the “Download on the App Store” icon and a QR code to scan and take you to the App Store. After I found success with Winery Passport over the next couple months, moving to the Android platform made logical…

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Boomerang for Gmail Review: Email Productivity At Its Best

Staying on top of my inbox is one thing that I am very good at. But being very good at it sometimes drives me completely crazy. I used to use Gmail’s labels for every message, but then realized how time consuming that was. Now I just delete or archive emails. Something I do today is use different star colors to signify importance and to-dos. I realize this method isn’t ideal…

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Mover Review: An Efficient Data Transfer Solution

I am protective of several things in my life: family, friends, my dog and data. Earlier this month, I wrote about the steps I go through to protect and create backups of certain data. One of the tools mentioned was Mover, which claims to move your files from one cloud service to another. In the few weeks I’ve been using Mover, that claim has been 100 percent accurate, and the…

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Mobile App Chat Interview

A few weeks back I spent about 45 minutes on the phone with Steve P. Young. Steve has a popular app marketing and development podcast on iTunes called Make App Chat and I was a guest. He and I had connected this summer and actually did an interview on BakBurner.com in August. I really love Steve’s podcast. He has guests on from all across the mobile app industry — developers,…

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A Chat with Mobile App Chat’s Steve Young

There is a wealth of mobile app development and marketing knowledge to be found on the Web. Both companies and “experts” post blogs regularly about how to create the next Angry Birds or Uber. But, let’s be honest, some of it is luck, and some of it comes down to deep pockets. Other times, however, independent developers emerge from the crowded app marketplace victorious on the charts. It’s through strong…

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