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Turn Your Business into a Weapon of Mass Convenience
Turn Your Business into a Weapon of Mass Convenience

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Just finished up a Mobile App for Najlas Dance in Chillicothe, Ohio. Najla has classes on classic Egyptian Cabaret as well as Tribal. You can find her app on the Play store and soon on iTunes. Her website is http://najlasdance.com
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The standing army is the militarization of your local police department and in this show, KrisAnne exposes it completely. 

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Love how KrisAnne is able to explain these issues with clarity. Remember the story about the woman in Florida who was taken to the cleaners in Florida for living off the grid? Collecting rain water is now illegal. 

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Leyla's blog at leyla-najma.net on the Google/Play store for Android. All of Leyla's great, entertaining, provocative articles perfectly rendered for your mobile device. 

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Just finishing up week 3 of Perry Marshall's Google AdWords Boot Camp and it's a fantastic class with lots of tips and suggestions for beating the  pants off of the competition. Google has made a lot of changes to AdWords that really support precise targeting. The AdWords Boot Camp class is only offered by Perry Marshall one time a  year so might not be a bad idea to get on Perry's list so you can take advantage of next years class. Next best thing if you've missed it is to get Perry's Ultimate Guide to Google AdWoirds

Doing my first radio interview today. Nervous as hell. 

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One more for Johnny. He deserves it don't you think. 

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Just reworked the Belly Dance Village mobile web app. Looks like a regular app you'd download from iTunes, or Google/Play, but it is not. It is called when a user browses the web url. This app is going to the iTunes and Google/Play and the Amazon app stores and when someone grabs it (or I should say pays for it) they'll have a seamless app experience regardless if they're using the native iTunes app or if they're on the website. The website is really just the media hog that serves up the video. For business this is the way mobile should be done - especially as more and more and more millions download apps. 
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