Create an App – golden rules!

But Trent! I can’t write an App – Apps cost too much to build – I don’t know what to make….

If you have money right now in an interest bearing account or Term Deposit – you’re getting what? 4%? 5%? Now if you put $2000-5000 into a professional app, the average return would be 150% within 18months and that’s just if your idea is average….​

BUT just use common sense before you run off to make an App. Make sure to remember the main focus my team and I have when we make anything…

See a need, fill a need.​

 It’s really that

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July 2012 Newsletter

The New Newsletter

Simple Business tips – July 2012

Hi everyone!

Yes – the newsletter looks completely different – doesn’t it!

[quote_right]P.S. If you want the same newsletter technology and you were one of the people who followed my recommendation to move to or stay with WordPress – then integrating Mailchimp is free to use and there are a BUCKET LOAD of tools available to integrate it into your site – www.mailchimp.com[/quote_right]Well, some of you weren’t getting the old newsletter – so all those free tips and tricks

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Buying a computer – the SIMPLE version

Whether you are buying a desktop computer or laptop there are some important SIMPLE questions to ask yourself

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Don’t get talked into buying something from a sales person – they will sell you what they need to sell… NOT what you need to buy!
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Avoid Cousin Billy!

He’s the nephew, the neighbour’s son, your friend’s brother’s sister’s cousin… the kid whose room looks like a NASA control room. He knows more about computers and Facebook and Warcraft than you ever will – but he is the last person you should ask computer advice from… unless you want a computer to play games on!

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Smart Phones and Tablets – what to choose?

Android or iPhone? iPad or Tablet?

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Too many choices? Stop. Breathe. Read. We’ll make it simple
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Business or pleasure?

This used to be the simple question – if you wanted to have fun and use Facebook, you purchased and iPhone, but as more business Apps become available, the lines between them are blurring…[frame title=”” href=”http://ilovesimple.com/billing/submitticket.php?step=2&deptid=3″ src=”http://ilovesimple.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/register-my-domain-name-cheap-sml.jpg” width=”262″ height=”420″ type=”left” target=”_blank”]
So which one is right for you?

The short version is that you need to look at what you need your phone to do… The more complicated tasks it has, then you might need to look towards

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