Thursday, March 21st, 2013 at
The use of Aweber Params Shortcode by Schogini in wordpress is simple. This plugin is used to get the user details like name or email from the Aweber signup form and use it inside your redirection pages. This can be accomplished by using short codes.
The short code which will embed the name parameter is [aweber_params]. If you want to embed the email parameter, then you have to use the short code, [aweber_params email="1"].
Also you have to add the redirection page URLs (where you want to embed the shortcode) in the Aweber Params settings section. Here you have the option to add at least 5 URLs. While adding the URL’s you have to make sure that you are adding the page url with out the domain name as its part. e.g. : confirmation-page/ , if your URL is http://www.domain.com/confirmation-page/)
You have to make sure that you use these short codes in the text mode and not visual mode of the wordpress page or post.
That’s it. You will find the plugin here : http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/aweber-params-shortcode/
Friday, July 6th, 2012 at
There are three factors which make up the value proposition of your product or Service:
1. Production cost: How much it will cost you to develop and produce the product or service?
2. Customer utility: What amount can you use to represent the degree to which customer will value the product or service?
3. Price: How much will the customer be willing to pay for your product or service?
The lower your production costs and the higher the customer utility, the better the value proposition will be.
Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 at
1. Provide complete information. Regardless of how great your program is, reviewers will not go to the app store and search around to ﬁnd it. Every email, website, video should include basic information such as the app name, your contact information, company name, and link to the app store page. Reviewers report that it is common to get inquires that are lacking basic information. In that cases they just ignore the app.
2. Start with a great description. Lead your inquiry letter with a precise description of what your application does, what segment it belongs in (games, productivity, etc.) and why it is unique or interesting. Keep it simple and to the point. Show the facts and differentiators of your app in short concise bullet points or sentences.Stay away from anything not related to your app — reviewers do not respond well to calls for sympathy or other gimmicks.
3. Include promotion code. Reviewers want a promotion code with your request for coverage. Make it easy for them to write about your application by giving them a chance to try it right away. This may require a more selective set of places where you go for reviews, but better to get a few mentions than none.
4. Make a great video. A short video that shows your application in action is perhaps one of your best selling tools. It allows reviewers to get a sense of the graphics, sound and interaction in just a few seconds. Videos should be no longer than two minutes–if you hook the reviewer youʼll do it right away. Also, pay attention to production quality, especially sound, image clarity, etc. A video takes just seconds to watch and can be the difference in whether an app gets a longer look.
5. Put your best app forward. Most important of all is, make sure your app is polished and superior to the competition before submitting it to the app store or to publishers.”Many aspiring developers submit apps that are by their own admissions incomplete. Publishers report getting submissions that say, “I created this app in 5 minutes. Itʼs not very good but your feedback would be appreciated.” If you canʼt take time to polish your application, why should a reviewer take time to provide feedback and encouragement?
Thursday, August 25th, 2011 at
Schogini Systems releases Pre School 1.0, their new educational app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Pre School fun Pack takes children into a magical world of exploration. Children learn sequencing, colors, shapes, pattern matching, problem solving and thinking skills in an exciting way. Pre School offers kids an array of exciting games and activities like popping balloons, making a rainbow.
Schogini Systems, an innovative mobile application developer, announced the release of “Pre School” app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. “Pre School” fun pack inspires imagination, thinking skills and learning. Kids learn with an adorable companion Toby the Dog. With exceptional graphics and colorful scenes, this app takes children into a magical world of exploration.
“Pre School” app offers kids an array of exciting games and activities including popping balloons, making a rainbow, finding the hidden animal and more. With “Pre School” fun Pack children learn sequencing, comparison, colors, shapes, pattern matching, problem solving and thinking skills in an exciting way.
“Pre School” app is designed for the little hands for stimulating imagination and learning while having fun. This app is guaranteed to entertain children at home, in a classroom or on the go. Illustrated with vivid graphics and colorful scenes, kids will enjoy playing with this fun pack again and again.
“Pre School” app offers easy menus and navigation for the little hands. This app includes games with math shapes as well as shapes of trees, butterflies, fruits, animals and popular objects. This app teaches comparing big and small and sequencing based on size of objects. Filling colors and making a rainbow are perfect for the growing brains. Popping balloons add a lot of excitement. Voice and Sound recordings inspire confidence with good job rewards. Playing with Toby is full of fun and excitement. All in all “Pre School” is an app that makes learning more fun, enjoyable and a great experience.
Pricing and Availability:
Pre School 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
Schogini Systems: http://www.schogini.com
Pre School 1.0: http://schogini.in/preschool
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id448378799
YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KV0o_e2SEDI
App Icon: http://a1.mzstatic.com/us/r1000/101/Purple/f7/11/7e/mzm.qvdulvhn.175×175-75.jpg