A little over a week ago, a new Motorola Droid X was given to me. While I was pleasantly surprised, I was not looking forward to the time and effort I thought it might take to move all the data and applications from my current Driod my new Droid X. Also, I had been very satisfied with the Droid and so was not too sure I would like the Droid… Continue reading
I have been into time management and planning for years now and throughout that time have struggled to find a tool that worked just right for me… until now. I was introduced to the FranklinCovey method of planning over ten years ago and have used many of their different planner types, sizes and styles, but none has ever really ‘stuck’ (heck, I even worked there for five years). I am… Continue reading
The other day I was looking for an Internet filter app for my Motorla Droid, but couldn’t find anything. My kids use my phone more than the computer right now, so figured I better get something on there as well. I kind of gave up last week looking as I really could not find much, but today while logged into my Verizon… Continue reading
I have spent a lot of time browsing the Android market for just the right kind of games and apps that I think my kids will enjoy. I have installed and uninstalled a lot of different apps and will list for you today the ones that have remained on my Droid for my kids. My kids are all under 5 years old, so while there are some other cool games… Continue reading
Last night I finally tested out one of the tethering apps for my Motorola Droid. If you don’t know what tethering means, no worries, it is just a term used to describe using your phone and its Internet connection to access the Internet on your computer. So your cell phone basically acts like a modem. So lets get started.
What you will need:
– a PC with Windows… Continue reading
I was just made aware of Google’s new ‘remarketing’ advertising this morning. Not quite sure what to think yet. This seems to be great news for those businesses or individuals advertising online, but not so sure from a consumer stand point.
Here’s a quick explanation of how it works from both points of view. From a consumer’s point of view, say you visit a web page about a particular… Continue reading
So this article is straying a bit from the realm of Internet marketing and web development, but I recently got a Motorola Droid and thought I would write about it from time to time. What prompted me to write tonight was because I downloaded my first mp3 to it yesterday via amazon’s little app. Everything went super smooth, but then when I went to my media player to… Continue reading
Just got an email this morning from Chris Rempel announcing his new affiliate website building tool called Affiliate Genie! The best way to see what this can do and how it works it to watch the demo videos, but I will try to explain it a bit here.
First thing you need to know is that this tool helps build sites that follow the model Chris has… Continue reading
Are you leaving something on the table after someone purchases your product, signs up for your newsletter or uses your contact form? I think we all have done one of those things online before and after doing so are usually taken to a simple page saying something confirming what we just did. If you have a website and use confirmation pages, have you ever thought of putting something on there… Continue reading