Do Must Have Apps Mean A Smarter Business?

 

3.  Audible:  Anyone who knows me knows I love to learn.  Audible is one of the leading providers of digital audiobooks.  Because I spend a lot of time in my car, I decided to use my time more wisely by listing to a variety of books using Audible. Three Simple Steps, written by Trevor Blake was my first audiobook and the rest is history.  I strive to listen to at least two books a month.  I’ve increased my knowledge in areas of financial management, communication, marketing and sales.  Remember knowledge is power.

4.  Chase Mobile Banking/ Payment App: Banking Apps are an outstanding resource and tool for entrepreneurs and business professionals.  Financial management is critical in all levels of business.  I particularly appreciate the ability to deposit checks anytime and anywhere with my smartphone.

Banking is made super convenient with total access to business and personal accounts 24/7.   I’m now able to accept credit and debit cards payments.  This added convenience factor for my clients has helped to increase revenue.

6. Social Media: No Top 5 App list is complete without including one of several social media Apps. Facebook, Pintrest, LinkedIn, Vine, Google+, YouTube and Twitter are all excellent Apps for creating free marketing opportunities for your business.

I frequently use these Apps to promote my business and connect with clients.  It’s also a great way for your current and potential clients to learn more about your brand. Images, text, and videos can be composed and uploaded to some or all your social media Apps to alert your connections with promotions, information and updates for your business instantly.

The App marketplace is full of interesting, fun and amazing Apps on business, education, finance, news, food, travel, lifestyle and my personal favorites health and fitness.  I encourage you to take time and visit your App store and explore new Apps weekly that could benefit your business, services and revenue.

Now back to my opening question, “Are smartphones getting smarter or are we just learning how to use them more effectively?”

I believe investing time in to utilizing your resources more effectively is definitely evidence of elevated intelligence.  Smartphones don’t equal smarter business.  Smarter entrepreneurs equal smarter business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Susie Quintana
Susie Quintanahttp://www.qmovements.com/
Susie Quintana, MPH, CPT has been in the health & fitness industry for over 20 years. She is the owner & operator of Q Movements, LLC which provides personalized individual, small group and corporate training services in person & virtually. She is a ACE Certified Personal Trainer as well as a Biomechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialist & Orthopedic Exercise Specialist. Susie’s coaching is based on creating a custom plan for her clients fitness needs & goals through cardiovascular, strength, flexibility and balance training. She is a native of San Antonio, Texas. She graduated from Baylor University and earned a Master’s degree in Public Health with an emphasis in Community Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center @ Fort Worth. As a health & fitness professional, Susie strives to empowering her clients with knowledge, support, resources and guidance to assist and inspire them to enhance their quality of life through movement.

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