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“Permission Email Marketing”, the only way to market your business via Email without getting yourself into trouble and giving you the ability to stay in touch and build a ongoing relationship with your customers and/or subscribers.

The only question is… is email still a reliable vehicle to deliver your marketing messages to your potential customers and/or subscribers? RSS is the answer!

With the rising concerns of SPAM, Blacklisting, Email Filters, and CAN-SPAM laws, it’s getting Harder and Harder for legitimate “Permission Email Marketers” to reach there Target audiences with there Product or Service offers.

The end result is… “Time Wasted” and “Loss of Profits”.

Is your online business suffering from this?

Only you can answer that.

Email used to be the MOST effective form of direct marketing online at one time before everybody started abusing it and there guidelines.

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Don’t get me wrong, email still is effective, the question is… how effective?

The benefit to marketing with email was that you were able to get your marketing message in front of your Target audiences within a matter of minutes with a single click of your mouse, which at one time made MANY marketers “Buckets-Of-Money” literally over night.

Email WAS the answer at that time, but, what’s the solution for the future of “Permission Email Marketing”?

Is there an answer to this rising problem with Email?

I’ll give you three letters… RSS!

Yes, there is a solution for “Permission Email Marketers” and/or for any online business owner who uses email to stay in touch with there customers and/or subscribers and that is RSS(Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication).

RSS is the NEW technology on the block(though its been around for quite some time) and is transforming the Internet and how businesses communicate with there customers and/or subscribers as we speak.

The BIGGEST benefit you’ll receive by incorporating RSS into your online business is… your customers and/or subscribers will receive 100% of your Product and/or Service offers.

I’m going to say that again, “your customers and/or subscribers will receive 100% of your Product and/or Service offers”.

No other online technology offers this benefit.

Just imagine the increased response to your offers, which in turn will convert into more Sales and Profits for you and your online business.

Rest assured, you could sleep at night knowing that your messages are reaching 100% of your Target audience without the worry of SPAM filters mistakenly marking your email as “SPAM” and that all that time you spent putting your offer together didn’t go to waste.

Would you then consider RSS?

I think you would. But, that is just my opinion.

There are many others benefits to using RSS which you can read about in a earlier article I wrote by clicking on this link —

Things are changing online, so we must change with it and adapt any new technologies we can in order to get the most out of our time and online businesses.

So, with that said, if your a “Permission Email Marketer” and your not happy with the results your currently getting from using “Email”, then you might want to consider switching to “RSS”.

100% delivery rate is unheard of with Email, but, is GUARANTEED with RSS(Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication). Grab this RSS feed Here http://cliffsdomain.com/feed

Mobile Apps Do or Do Not Do

Mobile Apps Do this and Do not do this

If your company has developed a mobile app for your business and are launching it out to your customers, you still need to be aware of the Mobile Apps Dos and Don’ts. Being aware of the following will help to ensure that your mobile app and your business will continue to have success:

Do Be Sure to Update as Platforms Change

If you want your mobile app to continue to be used by your customers with no crashing, timeouts, or other annoying problems, then you had better keep it updated. Platforms are ever changing and getting new operating systems, so keep track of them and be sure to update your mobile apps accordingly.

Do Keep Your Mobile Apps Intuitive and Easy to Use

If you create a new mobile app, it’s vital to ensure that it is user friendly and easy to navigate and work properly. If not, your customers are going to ditch your app and find one that meets their needs. So, be sure to optimize your mobile apps and keep them intuitive and easy to use.

Do Keep Your Apps Simple and Working on Most Phone Systems

New versions of smart phones are coming out all the time with various improvements and new operating systems. However, not all users update their phones every time a new version appears, as this can be expensive. For that reason it’s vital that even though you keep your mobile app up-to-date, be sure it is backwards compatible with the older versions of operating systems. If not, you will surely lose some of your clients. device _mobile_ apps

Don’t Get Too Fancy with Apps

It may be fun to put cute animations and other sophisticated graphics and other things into you mobile apps, but these can make the app so slow to load that your customer will get frustrated. It’s better to just put in a second or two of some sort of intro to the app because your client wants to be able to get into using it as quickly as possible.

Don’t Make Apps with Low Resolution

These days most users prefer high definition graphics and video and most smartphones can accommodate them. If a mobile app has low resolution it will look grainy and bad on their screens and make you look cheap and horrible. So, always design an app with high resolution graphics.

Do Maintain Your Client’s Login

Smartphones are usually kept with the owner 24/7, so it makes perfect sense to only require your customer to login once to your mobile app. Once they have logged in for the day, let them stay logged in until they decide to log out. This saves time, and you can make things go faster like saving their info or speeding up messages, etc.

Don’t Use Cheesy Gimmicks in Your Apps

It may seem like fun for your users, but don’t be so quick to use silly and cheesy gimmicks when you create your app. For instance, there is a store that has an app that works when the user shakes their smartphone to activate it. This sounds cool, but it really isn’t that practical and can annoy some types of clients.

Do Give Clients Recommendations

Your Mobile App homepage is just as vital as the one for your business website. Be sure that it is user friendly, and that clients can use features like search or browse, etc. as appropriate to your type of app. If possible, you can list recommendations on what part of your app is used the most, for instance the app used by a popular book store lists personalized suggestions on what book to buy.

Do Make Payment Options Easy

If your mobile app involves the customer needing to purchase something within the app, make it easy for them. If your business already has a method of storing frequent customer’s payment information, give them a way in your mobile app to use it seamlessly to pay for products or services in your app. For instance, PayPal makes it possible for clients to just use their email and a PIN number in their apps instead of having to totally login to PayPal to pay for items. Get your traing here today!