EA is giving away promo codes that unlock $2 in virtual currency in the game “Real Racing 3” for iOS. Previously, Apple promo codes were only used for paid app giveaways.
There are two big barriers to wider LTE tablet adoption: the higher cost of a slate with 4G radios and the monthly data fees necessary to connect it. T-Mobile is eliminating both obstacles.
As the marketing war between T-Mobile and the mobile industry heats up, AT&T is offering a $100 credit for every device new and existing customers add to an AT&T plan.
T-Mobile crusade against mobile contracts is showing no mercy, not even to small regional carriers like U.S. Cellular. It will pay the contract termination fees for any customer that switches to its network.
Verizon may be getting serious about prepaid if only as a means to find a future use for its rapidly emptying 3G networks. After years of ceding prepaid to its competitors, Verizon started actively courting contract-averse subscribers over the holidays.
Apple loves giving Starbucks customers free stuff. This week it introduced an ebook Pick of the Week to go along with the free song and app of the week programs it already has in place. Book codes from Starbucks can be redeemed through Apple iBookstore.
Thanks to a new aspect of the ongoing partnership between Apple and Starbucks, you can now get paid apps free at the coffee chain via redeemable codes printed on cards. It’s a smart way to get paid apps to people who don’t normally buy them.
In last week’s post, we began brainstorming some possibilities for marketing your business. This week, we’re going to discuss a simple technique that can help you turn those possibilities into a marketing plan that’s easy to create, implements and maintain.
Marketing is an area where many business owners flounder. You may have ideas for how you might promote your business, but figuring out if your strategy and tactics are worthwhile and then organizing your ideas into a workable plan of action can be overwhelming.
You’ve come up with your big idea, and now comes the hard part: Getting the word out about your business and, more importantly, hanging in there while you get the word out about your business. The hard part now becomes not giving up too soon.