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Annual Social Media Day returns to Phoenix

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On Tuesday, June 30 from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Social Media Day Phoenix (#SMDayPHX) will be returning for its 6th annual celebration of all things social media at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel. From learning about content creation and specific social media apps, like Instagram, to tools to assist with engagement and hearing from… Read More →

United Food Bank raffling off Harley-Davidson or cash

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United Food Bank launched its Give Where You Live Harley-Davidson Raffle at its Friends Breakfast on April 29th. The raffle benefitting the Food Bank is the first of its kind for the organization and has the potential to raise enough money to provide more than 520,000 meals if all tickets are sold. When participants play… Read More →

Gobiquity mobile health moves to Scottsdale

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This May, Gobiquity Mobile Health™, an award winning mobile health diagnostics company based originally in Aliso Viejo, CA, will relocate its headquarters to Scottsdale, where they will join the growing number of health and technology companies in the city’s “Cure Corridor.” Gobiquity launched their flagship innovation, GoCheck Kids™, last year, the world’s first and only… Read More →

UA researcher develops app to help quit smoking

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See Me Smoke-Free, the first multi-behavioral mobile health (mHealth) app designed to help women quit smoking, eat well and get moving, now is available for free on the Google Play Store. The Android phone app, officially released March 30, uses guided imagery to help women resist the urge to smoke, while encouraging them to make… Read More →

Joblyt wins GCU’s Canyon Challenge

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Recent Grand Canyon University graduates Brad Scruggs, Brian Scruggs, and Ahmad Saleem won $11,000 in the fourth annual Canyon Challenge for their software application Joblyt. Joblyt is a software application that connects people who need to get jobs done and those who are looking for work. Users can post a job that needs to be… Read More →

Locally made tip app, BRAVO, launches for Super Bowl

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January 30, 2015 by in Featured | Mobile | Small Biz | Social Media

The Super Bowl is right around the corner, bringing with it a mass of more than one million people enjoying their Sunday at Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix. Vendors and activities will span from food to transportation services and most will provide a form of gratuity for their service and hard work. We live… Read More →

Mesa teen develops App to mitigate credit card debt

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Science Helps, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people through practical application of science, today announced that Antonio Ferris, a 15-year-old sophomore at BASIS Mesa High School has released a new Android Application called “Cost of Credit.”  The App is free of charge and can be downloaded here. “Someone with credit card debt shouldn’t have to… Read More →

5 Ways to Ensure Your Marketing Video Will Suck

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Online video marketing has become a staple, with 81 percent of companies producing video content for their websites and 69 percent producing it for social media, according to the 2014 Online Video Production Trends Report. “There are loads of marketing videos on the web now, and some extremely effective,” says Jennifer Santoro, integrative marketing specialist… Read More →

Valley app creator’s GLTYR helps market skills, products

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Ahwatukee resident Subra “Dr. S.”Sudhakar, co-founder of GLTYR, said he developed the app to help people, schools and small businesses more easily market their skills and products. GLTYR, which is pronounced “glitter”and stands for “Give Life To Your Reality,”is a content-creation app which was originally launched as a way for people to create a multimedia… Read More →

4 Emerging Trends in Social Media Marketing

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When Beyoncé released her self-titled album late last year, she didn’t go through any of the traditional promotional means, which she called boring. Instead, she simply posted a video featuring the new album cover and pictures of her with the caption “Surprise!” on Instagram. That was enough for Beyoncé, one of the best-selling music artists… Read More →

Apple unveils larger iPhones, smartwatch

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For the first time in years, Apple’s iPhones aren’t the star of the show. Apple unveiled a smartwatch called the Apple Watch on Tuesday, a wearable device that marks the company’s first major entry in a new product category since the iPad’s debut in 2010. The move is significant because of recent questions about whether… Read More →

Tips for better business Tweeting

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With more than 500 million Tweets sent daily, it’s likely your next customer is on Twitter. The challenge for companies is making their Tweets stand out and building their business by capturing a greater share of the growing market using Twitter. “An effective Tweet can boost business by creating the highest engagement with followers, while… Read More →

Sapphire Screen Tops List of ‘Most Wanted’ iPhone 6 Features

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According to the “uSell.com iPhone Most Wanted Survey,” a representative survey of 1,000 U.S. smartphone users conducted by top used iPhone marketplace uSell.com, close to half of all smartphone users say they are most excited about a rumored “Sapphire Screen” that is especially difficult to scratch or crack. According to the survey, the Top 5… Read More →

T-Mobile Tries to Help BlackBerry

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T-Mobile has found itself in the news quite a bit lately. Over the past several quarters, the mobile service provider has ramped up efforts to encourage customers bound to contracts with competitors (AT&T, Sprint and Verizon) to switch over to T-Mobile by promoting a no-contracts business plan — something that is assuredly shaking up the… Read More →