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An-droid-ians (masters) shall inherit Asia (big business)

Updated on January 16, 2012

Master your Android Smart-phone


Androids help one to master the East

My goal, as a business educator, is to reveal to the public, the simple ways one can use to market their product and services, locally or globally. This idea that I am sharing, on using one's Android phone to market products and services in Asia, over the internet, is nothing new. Any ready may say, "And what else is new?" Because there is nothing new about marketing using one's cell phone to communicate with customers.

Today is Sunday, actually, now it is Monday here in Tennessee, it's 1:39am, but I "made a sale yesterday," I sold some products from my farm, a very needy sale because the money will go to help set up the farm school here. The sale occurred when the customer contacted my website, located on "localharvest,org to purchase some organic meat. Her email request reached me at my "blackberry bold" backup phone (my Android phone has been sent in to the repair shop and will not be back to the farm for ten more days).

One may have noticed that I am using my blackberry bold, instead of my android phone because my android phone is mal-functioning. How is this? Phones break-down. "Life ain't easy, as my grandpa use to tell me when I was a kid." The point that I am trying to make is, actually, their is nothing really unusual or unique about using the Android phone, or the Blackberry, or an iPhone, but there is something unique and special about the person, he or she, who is using the phone to make money, or to communicate.

One a very serious note, however, Android phones dominate the East. For example, recent research that I have done on Southeast Asia, clearly indicate that one may be at an advantage using the Android system in the East. It makes sense, that if most of the people in the Southeast, for example, are using the Android system to do business, many times, instead of desk top and laptop computers, if one learns and uses this Android system, it may pay off if one is doing business in Asia.

One of my jobs, as a business educator, is to help my readers to think for themselves. I may be wrong, from time to time, in my thinking. And my writing may not be the best. If I am very tired, the way I am right now, my writing can be, actually poor. But if can help you to think about what I am writing about, I can help you as you travel "upon this Pathway that we call Life."

In closing, whatever smart phone that you have available to you, master it. Push yourself to really, really learn how to use it "to the max." Make the thing do work and pay for itself. It is costing you good money to operate and maintain the thing. It has to earn its keep.

Consider this Hub a business lesson that is worth good money to you if you are retailing or marketing "on a shoestring budget," as most of us are. "Worthwhile knowledge and lessons, are found, where ever one finds them, but they are found especially on the Web.

"As you go, Peace." Dr. Haddox


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    • Dr. Haddox profile imageAUTHOR

      Dr Freddie Haddox 

      6 years ago from a Franklin, Tennessee native, who travels globally.

      Smart phones work, 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, month in and month out. Love it. Dr. Haddox


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