Powerful Online Marketing Strategies that a Newbie can follow to Obtain Positive Results

No one is a professional by birth and this fact applies equally to the world of internet marketing as well. So, if you are a newbie to the world of online marketing, you must start from the very basics and then move to the advanced levels learning new tips and tricks for your business. You must begin with a strategy that is both affordable and causes a considerable impact to help you gain better results as a startup. There are a number of online marketing UAE tools available that a newbie can use to develop a successful strategy for the promotion of his business. However, a few of the strategies that are best for a newbie and are cost-effective along with producing healthy results are discussed below.

Article Marketing:

Article marketing is considered among one of the best strategies in the field of online marketing, which is both powerful as well as cost-effective in terms of capturing a great amount of traffic for your business. For a successful implementation of this strategy, all you need to do is to frame high quality articles and then submit them to various directories available online for your target consumers to find them and read them. Before writing an article, you must stick to the guidelines of search engines regarding the use of keyword, quality of the content and other aspects of an article to use it as an effective tool for your business. A main point that you need to consider, while writing an article is that it should be as informative as possible, so that readers might find it useful enough to share with their social contacts.

Social Media Marketing:

Running a dedicated SEO campaign is not an easy task for a novice advertiser, however, you can start the social optimization from your social media profiles for effective results. There are many tools available on social media sites like fan pages on Facebook and other similar tools on other social media sites like Twitter, Pinterest and many others. You can use fan pages as your web page within Facebook, where you can post deals, offers and other updates about your products or services. Here you can easily get instant traffic that can be converted to leads and hence, improved sales.

Blogging:

Blogging isn’t much different from article marketing, where a prime difference lies in the fact that in blogging, articles are posted on blogs instead of article sites, as in article advertising. By definition, blogs are meant to contain web journals, which are considered as a great marketing tool for businesses. Writing blogs is also free like that of articles, while you can also hire some bloggers to post regular updates, if your budget allows you. Blogs are a great source of traffic, but they need to be regularly updated with fresh posts relevant to your business, thus retaining old and gathering new traffic.

Thus, as a newbie, you can use these simple and cost-effective, yet highly impactful tools to attain desired results from the online marketing for your business services/products. After gaining success with these tools, you can proceed to advanced levels to accomplish better advertisement results for your business.

Author Bio:

James is a freelance writer and has an interest in the tools and techniques used in the marketing world. He has written many articles related to the Social Media Company Dubai context after conducting comprehensive researches to provide his readers with a great source of information.

Samsung announces Dual-SIM galaxy Core

Are you a fun of Samsung galaxy Smartphones? You are finally having a new flagship from Samsung as they officially announced the Galaxy Core Smartphone. If you love the dual-SIM then you must be feeling very good because this Galaxy Core from Samsung will come with an optional dual-SIM support.

The dual-SIM galaxy core is also a mid-range device that will come in variant such that you can get the same Smartphone with single-SIM or the one of the dual-SIM depending with your need of communication and what you really want. Since this is a mid-range Smartphone, it will be pocket friendly and very affordable to those who are in need of the dual-SIM devices at a reasonable price.

galaxy-core
galaxy-core

The unique features of this Samsung Dual-SIM Galaxy Core

  • This Galaxy Core will be well equipped with the 1.2 GHZ dual-core processor as well as the 1GB of RAM which is very perfect for the good performance of the device
  • The Galaxy Core will also be well equipped with a 4.3 inch WVGA of 800 x 480 resolutionsTFT LCD for effective use to view the videos, photos, images, documents and for good gaming
  • The Galaxy Core will also be having a rear camera of 5 megapixels with LED flash as well as the VGA front camera for those users who love the photography so much and would want quality images for future references.
  • It will also be well equipped with powerful internal memory of up to 8 GB as well as the microSD card slot for the expansion of memory for storage of data.
  • The Galaxy Core will be well equipped with the Bluetooth 3.0 and it will be able to connect effectively to the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n as well as to the A-GPS among other local and international networks.
  • This Galaxy Core will be running on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system which is the best operating system for this kind of the mid-range Smartphone from Samsung.
  • The Galaxy Core will also be well equipped with 1800 mAh battery for effective operation of all the other features of the device.
Samsung-Galaxy-Core
Samsung-Galaxy-Core

When should you expect the dual-SIM Galaxy Core in the market?

The Galaxy Core dual-SIM variant will be available for sale in the course of this month. If you have been waiting for it then you must be very happy about the news as you get ready for it.

The single-SIM variant however will delay a bit and it will go on sale by July this year and the availability of the devices will also depend on the market and the demand for them.

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Check Out These Amazing Galaxy S4 Applications

Even though only a few chosen ones have been able to get the hands-on Galaxy Studio experience during the launch of Samsung’s latest smartphone, the leaked and announced features look more than just promising. 1.9 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 13 MP rear camera, 2 MP front camera, Android 4.2.2 OS, up to 64 GB microSD storage capacity . . . and the list goes on. These are only the specs. What about the applications that make this great design grand? We have got for you a sneak peek to the show.

Galaxy Studio experience
Galaxy Studio experience

S Health:

The first purely impressive feature is the S Health. The new applications in Galaxy S4 let you monitor your heart rate and, if you have the right accessories, even let you measure glucose level and blood pressure. A doctor on the go for you! With the new Calorie Counter, your smart phone will design and propose a healthy diet for you depending on you calorie intake. So now you have your personal doctor in your pocket.

S Translator:

This might not be as impressive but the new Galaxy S4 lets you speak into the phone and translate your words into another language (chosen from the given 9). For the vice-versa, it hears the other person speak and translates their message for you in text. So no more being a lonely foreigner and feeling lost.

Dual Camera:

This is perhaps one of the more appealing feature which lets you use both of the cameras so even if you are taking the picture you will still be in it. The concept is simple, S4 takes the picture from both the front and rear camera and then you can combine the images to form one memorable picture.

Smart Pause and Play:

Galaxy S4 now reads you even when you are watching a movie. As soon as you look elsewhere, S4 recognizes that your attention has been shifted and pauses the video so you don’t miss any scenes you might have to go back for. Similarly when your eyes land on the screen again, it resumes the video. All this happens automatically and smartly.

apps Galaxy_S4
apps Galaxy_S4

Air Gesture:

One great feature! Now you don’t have to touch the phone or speak to operate it for basic functions. Simple hand movements can allow you to pick up a call, scroll webpages that you are browsing, play a song on the music player, and multiple other commands. So when you have your hands in a mess and can’t touch the screen, Air Gesture is there for you.

Group Play:

If you want to use multiplayer for any games on S4 (with other S4 users), this feature is for you. In another dimension,you can sit around in a circle and use this feature (and couple of S4s) to generate surround experience by fixing a channel to each user.Apart from that, it can also be used to transfer files, songs, and photos among S4 users.

With all these features announced, the wait has become even more intense. Samsung intends to make this new model available around the world by the end of April. Susan Hannan from Passcertification; it gives 100% SY0-301 exams. Let’s take benefit of PMI Certifications and pass your exam easily.

Nexus Tablet, How Google and Samsung Can Make a Big Hit

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is the best 7-inch tablet we’ve seen so far. Now Samsung and Google are reportedly working on a 10-inch follow up. Let’s hope it’s as good. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired

It took Google and Asus just four months of collaboration to build the stellar Nexus 7 tablet — a tablet that redefined how good a 7-inch slate could be. In fact, even after the launch of Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, the Nexus 7 remains our favorite 7-incher. Now, according to reports from Cnet, Google is looking to Samsung to rewrite the definition of what a 10-inch Android tablet can be. Samsung and Google are reportedly considering an iPad-besting display density to be the killer feature for a 10-inch Nexus tablet. Sounds good right? Not so fast.

While we’d love to see Google produce a proper 10-inch Nexus tablet with a retina-display quality screen, a gorgeous display is simply not enough to propel a tablet past the iPad’s massive lead. The iPad is still the tablet sales king for a number of reasons — the display, the price, the portability, the huge selection of Apps and a ton of fantastic marketing too. The competition is also only increasing, with compelling tablets shipping from Amazon and (soon) Microsoft too. If Google and Samsung are in cahoots for a new Nexus tablet, they need to be careful to make the right moves and not just rollout a Galaxy Tab with a Nexus logo on it. After all, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab models have all floundered in terms of sales. Here’s some unsolicited advice for Google and Samsung on how to make a 10-inch Nexus the best device it can be.

Subsidize and Get the Price Right

Let’s get this out of the way — it needs to be cheap. The base price for Apple’s iPad is $500. That means $500 is too much and $600 would be way too much too. Amazon has proven with it’s 7-inch Fire tablets that shipping a slate at a low price goes a long way towards getting your product people’s hands. Amazon has sold as many as 1 million Kindle Fires a week. Google already knows that pricing matters. After all, the Nexus 7 starts at $200 (same at the Kindle Fire) and Google and Asus are making little to no profit on the devices.

A 10-inch Nexus doesn’t have to necessarily be the top seller, but it does need to show Google’s Android hardware partners the path toward building a competitive 10-inch tablet. So far, most 10-inch Android tablets have come in around the $500 price point of the iPad, but that strategy hasn’t led to any significant sales traction. Google needs to take a lower-priced route here and hopefully pull the market down in price a bit too.

NEXUS-TABLET
NEXUS-TABLET

Specs Still Matter

The major feature — well, only feature — that Cnet has reported about Samsung’s Nexus tablet came from NPD Display Search analyst Richard Shim, who said the next Nexus slate will feature a 10.1-inch touchscreen with a 2560 x 1600 resolution. On paper, that display would be an iPad beater — the latest iPad features a 9.7-inch “retina display” with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. That’s a pretty good start, but we’ve seen fantastic retina-rivaling displays on Android tablets before and, so far, that hasn’t helped sales even come close to iPad levels.

Asus’ Transformer Pad Infinity has a gorgeous HD display with a 1920 x 1200 resolution, but it’s far from a sales hit. On the smaler-screen side, both the Nexus 7 and the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD feature 1280 x 800 displays that deliver iPad-level beauty at a $200 price point. The bottom line is, anything less than a retina-quality display would be a disappointment. So shipping a tablet with an iPad matching touchscreen isn’t really a killer feature as much as it is a necessity. And if you’re going big, go big. Give us a decent camera on the front side. People love to video chat on their slates, the form factor is nearly perfect for it, but the video quality always looks lousy due to the lame front side cameras. Google and Samsung have a chance to wow us here by doing better.

Nail the User Experience

Most importantly, Google and Samsung have to nail the user experience on a 10-inch tablet. Android tablets have always lacked the functionality and fun of Apple’s iPad. That’s due in part to a lack of tablet-tailored apps. Google is working to change that, prodding developers to step-up their efforts on building apps specifically designed for tablets. But we also need to see a new take on the user interface of bigger-screened Android.

Like all Nexus devices, the Nexus 7 runs a pure, unaltered version of Android, just as Google built it. There’s no manufacturer skin junking it up. A 10-inch Nexus, of course, would need to do the same. But Google also did something different with the Nexus 7. Something that worked.

Design Matters too

Finally, it needs to look great. It needs to be daring and different and well put together. Google and Asus did something special with the Nexus 7. We’ve seen tablets clad in cold aluminum, glossy plastics, and matte rubber. But the Nexus 7 introduced a whole new idea to the tablet world with it’s plastic, dimpled back that felt like the tightly wrapped leather you’d see on the shift knob of a Porsche. The Nexus 7′s simple, understated design made it feel special and premium, despite it’s budget-friendly price. Samsung and Google should continue this approach with a 10-inch tablet. Give us an Android something that feels tailored and hand-made, not machine-built and robotic.