How To Maximize iPad Sales App For Business

Technology is fast-pace and for business to find customers and gain custom retention, they should understand the potential of the iPad sales app. Smart business owners have already embraced this advance method of promoting products and services to the market.

While some owners find it unworthy of their investment, others find it rewarding. They have seen the potential of the iPad sales app in building an empire of customer loyalty, revenue and professional image.

Below are some tips on how to maximize this sales tool:

User-Friendly Sales Presentation

Business owners can ask software developers to install user friendly sales presentation. Sales agents are round-the-clock outside the field for potential clients and loyal customers. It will be beneficial for them to present on a user-friendly interface to connect with customers easily while presenting the products or services offered. Training new sales agents on how to use the iPad sales app will be faster and efficient.

Integrate Business Processes

Round-the-clock outside, sales agents should have an easy access to the business processes for fast transactions. They can easily create sales orders for customers in a few minutes. They can track real-time orders and history of transactions anytime and anywhere. Providing sales agents an access on stock inventory, descriptions and catalogs will yield productivity.

Creative Multimedia Content

Creative multimedia content on the iPad sales app attracts customers. The quality and integrity of the content are highly recommended. Software developers can create quality content with rich multimedia and make it more appealing and interactive. Sales agents are motivated to present and interact with customers, especially when they are aided with an engaging and well-crafted iPad sales app.

Make It Viral

Business owners can leverage on the Internet’s influence. Make a press release of the iPad sales app and go viral. Companies should make it viral using social media. Building an online presence will create a buzzword to customers. Let everyone know that the business is moving forward.

Train and Lead Your Sales Agents

Software developers of iPad sales app can integrate documents to train new sales agents. They can integrate videos and photos about the products and services. The iPad sales app can accommodate other options such as calendar, contact management system and other related programs and services offered by the company to help them discuss procedures to customers.

The iPad sales app is beneficial for big and small businesses because they can maximize its usage and inspire sales agents to excel in relating to customers.

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Google Creates More Magic With Pixel 2

Google has raised the curtain on the newest edition of its Pixel phone line and Android fans will not be disappointed.

A worthy successor to the original Pixel, the Pixel 2 combines an outstanding camera with reliable software and an attractive design, all in an aluminum waterproof package.

The phone is available in two sizes the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Unlike Apple and other manufacturers the large and small versions both are identical in guts and performance.

Look under the hat and you’ll find the same Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 gigs of RAM, and the same 64 or 128 gigs of storage. The camera is the same as well. Both run Android Oreo with no bloating or customizing to the operating system. Battery life is around 7 hours with only 15 minutes of charging. Since it is “pure Android” users will get security updates and more features faster than other phones.

Screen size is the big difference between the phones. The smaller version has a five inch 1920 x 1080 OLED screen. The larger version has a higher-res 6 inch screen with a 2880 x 1440 display. The larger phone also has a rounded bezel and bigger battery.

Google has added a few design elements to the Pixel for a better experience. The search bar has been moved down to the bottom of the home screen, so it can be reached more easily. A new widget will show you useful information like the weather or your next appointment. An always-on display lets you know the time and any new notifications.

Throw around some more magical dust and you get an app called “Now Playing”. It automatically identifies whatever music is playing nearby whether you are in a bar, restaurant or other place. It downloads a list of similar songs to your phone. You can then select if you wish to listen to them.

For most, the camera is king when it comes to cell phones and Pixel 2 continues the excellent reputation of its predecessor. The photos are sharp with soft background portrait shots. The 12.2 rear megapixel camera, and 8 MP up front, are fast and extremely impressive in low light.

The Pixel’s video capabilities will also turn heads. It can shoot slow-motion video at up to 240 frames per second. 4K shooting can be done at 30 frames per second. Google also touts the phone’s ability to combine optical and electrical image stabilization so your video is smooth even in the roughest conditions.

Worried about storage? Google says no need. Pixel provides unlimited and free photo and video storage, even in 4k.

You can also search “what you see” with Google Lens. Do more searching by voice or with a squeeze of the device.

Since it is a Google phone it comes with all company accoutrements working in tandem between the phone’s Google Assistant with Google Home and Chromecast. Like most phones there is no headphone jack but Pixel Bud wireless headphones are reportedly on the way soon.

Colors include “Just Black”, “Clearly White”, and “Kinda Blue” for the Pixel 2 with the “Just Black” and “Black and White” available in the XL model.

Pricing starts at $649 for the Pixel 2 and $849 for the XL.

Though perhaps lacking behind the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in performance options, and in price, Google has waived its wand and created a worthy competitor in the cellphone marketplace. The Pixel 2 should certainly generate many “oohs and ahhs” among Android fans.

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Why I Think Social Media Sucks!

I think about 80% of Social Media interaction SUCKS! In fact, it sucks so friggin’ much that I think I am going to cut out about 80% of my network and only allow real people in! Sounds radical? Maybe not.

A group of Social Media Panelists were talking about how to engage your audience. As a speaker, I am really engaging. Face-to-face; on the phone, or on a stage in front of thousands I can make every person in the room feel like we are chatting over coffee; but on “Social” Media; not really. It always feels like I have to study before I engage; it feels so forced. So I couldn’t wait to hear these experts tell me how to be more engaging on social media.

Here is what they said:

  1. Step 1: Use Hoot Suite or some other tool to manage your entire Social Media life such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and nearly everything else.
  2. Step 2: Grab quotes, write articles in advanced, find other article that you like, etc. and schedule them to “post to your network”
  3. Step 3: Find out when your network is active and then have the article post during those times.

WTF!!! If my network is doing the same thing that I am doing then isn’t my Hoot Suite is just talking to their Hoot Suite? When do we actually ENGAGE? When do we actually get social? Or is the goal for our Owls to grow old together?

I thought, “This can’t be right.” So I decided to check.

The first thing that I noticed is the content. Lots of people are just quoting other people. I could give a crap what Einstein or Steve Jobs said. If I wanted to know I would read the book. If it’s not the quotes then I have to know about every article that they passed by at some point in their lives. There is no way in hell that these people are reading 20-30 articles per day. Next, I am the most popular person in the world as I have more invitations in my inbox that anyone else! Finally my favorite is specifically on Twitter. “#FF” is like a popularity contest letting people know who is in your clique or better yet, who hooted whom the most.

But I was determined not to be jaded; I wanted to test the waters of Social Media to see what was real and what was fake. So I attempted to communicate with people only moments after their tweet or post would hit the airwaves. My attempts were consistently met with silence. Maybe they passed out on the keyboard only milliseconds after the post went out or maybe I was connected with one of the damn automated owls on HOOT SUITE!

I even asked people if they wanted to meet for coffee or have a real conversation (like on the phone) and again; the response was silence.

Am I bitter?

Not really. I just refuse to waste time talking to an owl. Call me crazy, but I want real conversations with real people. I want to be – dare I say – Social! And I want to be social with people that have their own original thoughts; write their own articles; and have something to say other than what someone else said.

Next week is going to be Social Media Purge week for me. I don’t mind if people post their own articles; or have something interesting to say about something they actually read. However, I will be dropping anyone that is 100% automated; that quotes others constantly; and does not have enough of a brain stem to actually interact socially. I will be accepting real people that really want to interact.

Does this mean that I will be on 24 hours a day? No I have a life. But it does mean that when you reach out to me you will get an answer other than a HOOT!

You can find me (not HOOTSUITE) on Twitter @dawnnastlouis; on Facebook at dawnnas; and on LinkedIN @ [email protected].

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