Marketing Internship wanted. Are you a graduate of Marketing with a keen interest in Digital? We want a unique creative thinker, from anywhere around the world who is interested in taking on a challenging and fun role in our Digital Marketing position. Do you fit this role:
- A creative forward thinker
- Work on own initiative
- Passionate about digital/mobile marketing
- Social media skills
We’re a great company to work for and your CV will shine like an Oscar when you’re finished. Talk to me, Aidan Haughey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pope in your pocket. All you need to know about the new Pope in an app. All the facts, news and developments from Rome about Pope Francis the first. Click on the link or scan the QR code with a smartphone to download. http://store.zapplab.net/#!/sample25
ziggiapps.com is delighted to announce the launch of their latest app for Dun Laoghaire Council.
There are 2 apps; each a fully offline audio/visual tour of a great part of Ireland.
The tours consist of 14 locations with some very interesting points of interest along the East Pier and The Metals.
The Apps are available on iPhone and Android markets.
Alternatively you can scan the QR code and choose your resepctive store.
Check out the ShopLK app via the link above.
This four page app design allows customers to get the essential information on their mobile phones quickly and easily.
Share special offers, events, contact details all in 30 seconds!
If you would like to get your business on smart-phones contact us today and be part of our 100 Beta customers.
ziggiapps has just launched the Android App for the National Botanic Gardens of Ireland.
Explore the gardens in your own time while you learn more about the plants and the history of the garden via our striking visual and audio tour. Some interesting stories include the sheep eating plant and the loneliest plant in the world.
ziggi worked alongside Ingenious Ireland to create this app and we love it!
It’s that time of year again for wedding fairs and we have just the thing for photographes who would like to get their name out there.
With Bluetooth technology at its peak (64% of mobiles have Bluetooth switced on at all time) you can send images, apps and messages to guests at weddings, grabbing their attention and spreading your name and reputation among your target audience.
Through bluetooth you can send a photo of the bride and groom with your website and phone number overlayed. This can be easily done as people are sitting down for their meal and let bluetooth transmit as you continue your work.
This way you can have your name on upto 80% of mobiles at the wedding at no cost to you or the guest. They in turn can forward your image to absent friends via multi-media text messaging or attach to their facebook page.
All this for a one off payment of just €670.
contact email@example.com today.
ziggiapps.com is on the road this week in Ballinasloe.
Not to sell ponies but to showcase the latest in mobile and touch screen applications.
iPhone Killer has been thrown about for the past year now and frankly as good as other phones have become the iPhone still seems to be the number one choice for customers. But is that about to change! Samsung has recently released their Galaxy model which is as slick and cool as the iPhone but lacks apps and brand appeal. Why buy a Samsung when you can buy an iPhone for the same money? Sony too is finding sales of the excellent Xperia very disappointing considering the excellent name and design. But maybe the leading name in Europe has finally come up good. Nokia are about to release the N8 and it will impress even the most smug iPhone user with its AMOLED touch screen display and 12MP camera this ultimate smart phone will be taking another chunk out of the Apple logo. According to some sources the cost of producing the N8 was the same as the iPhone; $187. Nokia have spent most of the budget on the screen and camera. Nokia also boasts a pretty impressive app store through OVI and are heavily marketing to developers and customers alike.
Sony Ericsson is also not preparing to step back despite initial soft sales. CEO, Bert Nordberg knows being friends with Google Android might just be the future as Android takes a 17.5% share of the market:
“Our strategy to focus on the Smartphone segment is succeeding and smart phones now comprise more than 50pc of our total sales. During the quarter, we launched our Android-based Xperia models in new markets, such as China and the US, and it is our ambition to become the global No 1 handset provider on the Android platform,”
The battle of the Smartphone OS is like VHS/BETA, Bluray/HDVD, Neanderthals/Homo sapiens. How bloody boring.