Android, iPhone, and You

Is your business currently looking to get more involved in the social media scene? It’s considerably easier to get yourself on the iPhone/iPad/Android bandwagon these days, especially if you already have a blog. There’s plenty of ways out there to convert your existing blog into a mobile application. Why would you do this?android

1) You already have a blog

It’s up, running, and full of content. You do not have to recreate your treasure chest of knowledge.

2) You made the investment

As a blogger myself, I concede that it does take time to write these articles. Blogging is a huge time investment for you and for other bloggers on your site. Time = money.

3) You have a phone

This is my assumption, that you have a phone. Most likely it’s a smartphone, and allows you to install applications on it. Now imagine all of the other people out there with smart phones. Why not deliver them content directly to their phone instead of just counting on them to use the phone’s browser to correctly format your site.

4) Push your content

Pushing your content directly to your readers saves them time, and will drive more people to your site. It’s a simple process. Every time you upload a new post to your site, it’s already accessible on their phones.

The way that our software works:

  1. We take your content from your site.
  2. Repackage it into an application. This application works in a way that dynamically updates with your site.
  3. Put it on the application market (Android or iPhone marketplace).

Your brand has become diversified. At this point, you can market your free application. Reach a broader audience on the marketplace and utilize your currently existing blog to it’s fullest capacity. The easiest part for you is that it’s a low-cost option that will work with your current WordPress or Joomla backends.

Interested? Feel free to contact us.

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David is an avid social entrepreneur and Boston sports fanatic. He founded Diversified Data Technologies way back in 2009 and stuck around to see it grow. His party quarks include unnecessary dancing and being an overly hospitable host. When looking, he can be found capturing the twitterverse at @DLanphear, being professional on LinkedIn, or bouncing around town with Foursquare.

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