By admin October 24th, 2011 at 3:06 pm 2 Comments
Recently mobile app analytics firm, Flurry, released a report finding the average person in the US spends 9% more time on mobile apps than browsing the web. “In June  users spent an average of 81 minutes daily on mobile apps, compared to 74 minutes on the web,” and users aren’t just playing games and social networking, they are getting directions, reading the news, watching TV and movies, shopping, banking and, even, working. So it’s no surprise mobile apps are now a must have for just about every company out there. Without mobile access to a company’s information and product, they are not reaching a huge percentage of their customers.
So, it’s no wonder that more and more companies are dedicating significant time, budget and resources to hiring IT professionals with specific skill sets in iOS, Android and Windows mobile development.
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By admin April 9th, 2009 at 12:58 pm 2 Comments
In today’s down market, finding a job may seem impossible. I have some suggestions to help you find your next daily grind – the first of which is to throw most of the traditional job search techniques out the window. We all know unemployment is rising. So turn off CNN and navigate away from MSNBC.com. Instead of listening to the voices of doom and gloom, dramatically increase your chances of landing a job via Twitter. As many of you know, Twitter is a social networking tool that helps you get in touch and stay in touch with your network of personal and professional contacts. And networking with those personal and professional contacts is how 60% of people find their next gig.
While some of you may be groaning out loud at the thought of keeping up with one more online networking tool, you should know that Twitter has become such a popular tool in networking and job searching that many people are now wondering Is Twitter the Next Monster?
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