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It is vital that when people search for you online, they are met with positive results over negative. By hiring our Reputation Management services at Telsa Media, you are then able to influence your actual business reputation online as either a company or an individual.
The reputation of your business is an extremely important aspect that requires careful and constant managing to ensure that positive comments, (be them via mentions on social media reviews on review or shopping sites, blog posts and comments, or other), rise to the top of the search engines, and any negative feedback falls behind.
It is not about censoring genuine negative feedback, but about making sure that the reputation of your business is kept in good shape despite any. This is done through using SEO techniques such as relevant keywords and phrases, as well as posting your business to websites that usually show up in the search engines top results.

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Vivek Prajapati

Many dental offices are starting to take advantage of the many mobile “apps” that make managing a dental practice easier. Amazingly, many software applications are currently available that carry a surprising amount of utility. You’ll now be able to put your smartphone to work in your dental practice in a way you’ve never thought possible, lowering your administrative costs, streamlining the administrative processes in your practice, making the ordering of supplies quicker and easier, and assisting your patients with educational materials, outcome expectations, and general communication.
Listed below are 10 useful mobile applications that will make your life as a dentist easier, followed by a full range of free or low cost apps (in no particular order):
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Vivek Prajapati

The number of valid reasons small businesses can offer up for not having a mobile app decrease each year. And if it is fear or apathy that are holding you back, you should ask yourself what fear and apathy have done for your business so far. By now, you should be quite familiar with many of the statistics relating to smartphones and internet usage:
In business you are told to “know your customer”, and this extends to understanding their behaviour. So if they are using their smartphones as their main device, shouldn’t you be on it? Making it easier for them to engage with you? The benefits of building your own mobile app for your restaurant far outweigh any perceived disadvantages. And in this article, we will look at 12 ways a mobile app can increase business in your restaurant.
The Capital Grille perfectly demonstrates how even fine dining restaurants can create mobile apps their customers will love using. Making a booking starts with selecting a restaurant – they have multiple locations – followed by a date and time. If your preferred time is not available, the app automatically suggests 2-3 alternative times, thus eliminating the need for a frustrating guessing game. A nice addition is the information at the bottom of the screen pertaining to large parties and private dining.
There are a number of ways to incorporate online booking into your app, but if you already accept online bookings via your website, the process should be similar. Using a solution like OpenTable can introduce extra friction by requiring users to register for an additional service, but it also brings with it extra marketing opportunities for your restaurant, while keeping the booking experience familiar across devices.
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Vivek Prajapati

When Sergeant Clay Hunt left the U.S. Marine Corps in 2010 after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, he was lonely, depressed and battling Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD). He was working as an advocate for other soldiers struck by this debilitating condition, lobbying Congress on their behalf, cycling with wounded warriors, and even appearing in PSAs discussing the issues surrounding veteran reintegration. But just months after separating from the Corps, he committed suicide, unable to handle the isolation that came with adjusting to civilian life.
At his memorial service, Jake Wood, a soldier who he’d served alongside on both tours, discovered that three other Marines from their unit lived within 15 miles of Hunt’s Houston, Texas, apartment, but no one knew he had moved there. Wood couldn’t help but think that if they had connected, their presence might have saved Hunt’s life. So he joined forces with fellow vets Anthony Allman (Chief Executive Officer) and William McNulty (Chief Expeditionary Officer) to create POS REP, a proximity-based app that uses GPS to connect veterans to each other and to resources that can help them adjust to–and thrive in–life after service. It couldn’t have come a moment too soon; the VA estimates that 22 veterans take their lives every single day.
“We’re now in our 13th year of combat operations in the global war on terrorism that has been executed with an All-Volunteer Force–there hasn’t been a draft–and the burden of war has fallen on a small segment of American society. This makes transitioning out of the military and returning to civilian life particularly challenging,” Allman, 31, explains. “POS REP allows veterans to discover and communicate with a network of peers who can relate to those unique situations. Think of it as a sacred digital space where veterans can discuss issues pertaining to reintegration without judgment.”
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Vivek Prajapati

Key Features

  • Book appointments
  • Loyalty stamps to reward your customers
  • GPS locating
  • GEO auto-PUSH messaging to attract customers when they are near your salon.
  • Customers can purchase products and gift vouchers!
  • Share on social media
  • Photo gallery and customer reviews
  • Automatically send reminders to customers before their appointment or booking

Other Features

  • We build and publish your App, you maintain yourself with no technical knowledge needed
  • A full native (real) App that works for both Apple iOS and Google Android Smartphones, Tablets and iPads!
  • Synchronize useful functions from the App with your Website and, Facebook Fanpage or publish yor App as your Mobile Web or normal Website too!
  • Save time and money using ready made functions with no need for IT expertise or developers
  • Custom development options for missing functions needed for your App
  • Send UNLIMITED PUSH notifications to your App users
  • Unlimited users and free downloads!
  • QR code for customers to download your App
  • “Download our App” banner for your webpage
  • Contact us so that we better can understand your requirements
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Vivek Prajapati

Premium Mobile App

Developed and designed exclusively for golf clubs.

Your club’s mobile app should reflect your club’s value!

Your club is unique. You need a branded app platform that is flexible enough to make it your own. Our service offers a number of add-on features. You only pay for what your club can use. This makes your app, well... your app.

Reach your club’s increasingly mobile audience

No doubt about it, smartphones are taking over, with the very important 25 - 34 age group reporting well over 60% smartphone over regular mobile phones. And of those smartphones, Android and iOS devices like the iPhone count for well over 70% of all smartphone users. With numbers like these, your club can’t afford to miss an opportunity to reach these people. Add to that the fact that more people are spending much more time consuming mobile than they are with print media, it seems to be a great time to shift some of your marketing budget from print to mobile.
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Vivek Prajapati

Not so long ago, mobile apps were a reserve of large corporations and businesses. However, that ace in the hole for the big guys has changed rapidly over the past two years. Today, smaller companies are serving clients better and seeing much greater returns on investment thanks to mobile apps.
Any way you look at it, humans are wired to be social. Nobody wants to be secluded from what is happening in the world. The fact that mobile is social cannot be overemphasized. Just like in formal chatting and video calling, businesses can push sales through the mobile device. Creating a functional Facebook or Twitter account is great, but it is just not enough.
The bottom line today is very simple — you need an app. The fear of high priced developers does not need to be a deterrent any longer, so there’s really no need to put it off. The right DIY app builder can get your business on the path to a mobile presence is a matter of days.
With the right planning and a clear picture of what you want your app to do, you can simply plug and play your app right into existence.

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