It’s a great start to a great year: I’m the newest blogger at… drum roll, please… Idea to Appster! Hurray! Sound the trumpets! Let’s call it a holiday! To hell with our diets; bring out the roast pig!
Okay, maybe I’m overreacting. But exaggeration aside, I’m happy to be one of the Idea to Appster bloggers. The website features hard-core tech articles revolving around apps for both Apple and Android gadgets. It’s a great way to start blogging this 2013, don’t you think?
I’m a Tech Blogger at Idea To Appster! Hurray!
Last year, I blogged about Android health apps for No Brainer. It’s not everyday that female bloggers get to write about techie topics, especially health apps for Android. Because of the “new angle” that my writing provided, No Brainer was happy to have me on board.
And this year, another great website called Idea to Appster started publishing my blog posts. Boy, 2013 is a great year to be a blogger!
But at Idea to Appster, I don’t just write about apps or tech blog topics. I blog about technology-related marketing – app marketing, to be specific. My articles combine SEO, marketing, public relations (yes, marketing and PR are two different animals!), and app development.
Hard-core, huh? Well, maybe not to app developers and tech geeks. But gleaning knowledge from all these topics and putting them into actionable articles is a great challenge. I’ve done marketing, SEO, and app reviews separately, but tying them all up in a neat little bow as an app marketing blogger is a first for me.
My first article enumerates five ways to make the most out of negative app reviews. You’ve probably seen many users bash different apps on Google Play or App Store. Can you imagine how you’d feel if you were the person who developed those apps? Ouch! And if you’re one of the developers reeling from bad reviews of the app you created, this article is for you.
It’s time to celebrate: I’m the newest tech blogger at Idea To Appster! Yippee! But please visit the website even if you’re not in a mood to celebrate, okay? And if you’re an app developer trying to make it big in the Android-Apple battlefield, feel free to drop by Idea to Appster. If you feel like it, you can also stalk me online via Facebook or Twitter.