If you are having a problem where you iPhone apps open for a second then close on you, read on for the solution! The reason the apps keep opening for a second then closing is because you iPhone doesn’t think they have been ‘Authorized’. All you have to do is tell the iPhone “Hey foo these are Authorized Apps!” and to do this simply:
- Hook up your iPhone to your computer
- In iTunes (in the main menu on the top) go to Store > Authorize Computer
- Enter your user info and authorize the computer
- Sync your iPhone after you have authorized your computer – That’s it!
As soon as the Sync is done your phone should now understand that your apps are authorized and the problem should be fixed. If not please add a comment below so we can explore further.
If you are learning CSS the Box Model is one of the first things you should learn and w3schools provides a perfect example. All HTML elements can be considered as boxes. In CSS, the term “box model” is used when talking about design and layout.
The CSS box model is essentially a box that wraps around HTML elements, and it consists of: margins, borders, padding, and the actual content.
The box model allows us to place a border around elements and space elements in relation to other elements.
The image below illustrates the box model:
Explanation of the different parts:
- Margin – Clears an area around the border. The margin does not have a background color, and it is completely transparent
- Border – A border that lies around the padding and content. The border is affected by the background color of the box
- Padding – Clears an area around the content. The padding is affected by the background color of the box
- Content – The content of the box, where text and images appear
In order to set the width and height of an element correctly in all browsers, you need to know how the box model works.
When it comes to starting a business online 99% of people expect everything to be free (thanks google…). In this post I will briefly go over the two popular business models for starting a ’FREE’ business online and how to convert free into dollars and cents.
1. Advertisement Driven Business
If you can produce content or a product that will get a lot of people to view or use with a minimal cost start up then advertisement is the route to go. Think of it as every person who reads or uses your product converts over to $1 a year (this person will probably consist of 100 or so visits a year, so the $1 is NOT equal to a visit but the impact one person will have). A great way to start advertising is to use Googles AdSense it allows you to quickly place ads around your content. The down side is that you have to share the revenue with Google. The other alternative (after you have a proven base roughly 30-60k views a month) is to venture out and find company’s that would benefit from your target audience. Look at competitor’s sites/blogs and see what company’s are advertising on their sites and contact them (and like companies). There are different variations on advertising online IE: Pay-Per-Click, Per-Impression… but I don’t want to go into those. I simply want to convey that if you build it, and they come… Toss some ads on there if you’re looking for some dollars and cents.
2. Premium Product
Another way of producing money, but also offering a free product is to have a stripped down version of your final product. IE: Only let people read half of your eBook, If its an image sharing site only allow free users to upload 10 images and where the premium (paid) version allows people access to the entire product/system. This is a good way to hook them in with the free version, and then show off the benefits they’re missing without the premium version. You could also put ads in the ‘free’ version and no ads in the premium version. There are a lot of ways to play with this model.
The difference between offering something for FREE and offering it for .01 is HUGE. People don’t have to think; don’t have to pull out their credit card… If all people have o do it click to use/view your product then you will start a base that you can then tailor to you ultimate goal > $$.
Bob Parsons says it best, coming from a man who has been in the trenches. On his video blog he goes over 5 things that are not taught in school but are essential to every entrepreneur.
- Start Small
- You don’t have to go all in
- Get a proven idea that works before ‘going all in’
- Always have a fall back (IE: keep your day job)
- The Best business Partner, Is no partner
- Two heads are not better than one, right? Wrong!
- Typically you will spend more time negotiating and compromising than working on the business.
- You need one clear leader
- Solve you own problems
- You don’t need mentors
- Solving your own problems will give you breakthrough advantages
- Don’t fight fate
- Once opportunities start to present themselves be prepared to act
- IE: Yamaha started out only building pianos, now they build motorcycles and so on…
- Do you feel lucky?
- Luck plays a big part in success
- Be prepared to take advantage of lucky breaks when they arise
Stay out of your comfort zone.
There is no question that Peyton Manning is in some pretty funny commercials, but is he the funniest QB the NFL has ever seen? Is Brett Farve more funny? What about Joe Montana, Now I think I’m just talking jibberish… Mr. Manning and his funny bone:
Who can play a better air guitar? Gary hall Jr.?
This is a milk commercial, right?
Who is the funniest QB ever?
“Words create impressions, images and expectations. They build psychological connections. They influence how we think. Since thoughts determine actions, there’s a powerful connection between the words we use and the results we get.” —Nan S. Russell
I read an interesting post today by Michael Dalton Johnson where he goes over how you can stimulate people you talk and can easily convert day to day conversations into more sales by simple changing as little as one word in a phrase.
Successful salespeople know they will sell more by using positive language. Example: Instead of saying, “We can’t ship your order until next Tuesday,” they will say, “We can ship your order as early as next Tuesday.” Put yourself in the buyer’s shoes; which statement is more satisfactory?
Simply changing or adding a few words to a statement can make it more compelling. “You will get a full 30 percent discount,” blows away “We are offering a 30 percent discount.”
When you accentuate the positive and create imagery you will make more sales.
I had to smile when I read the creative imagery of a restaurant menu that offered, not simply “bacon and eggs” but, ” Two farm fresh eggs with country bacon.” It’s the same breakfast but one description sounds a lot more appetizing.
Which would sound better to a buyer? “Our product will save your company 2500 a month” or, “You will save your company 30,000 dollars a year with our product.” Obviously, the second statement is more attention-grabbing because 30,000 “dollars” is far more dramatic than 2500, even though they amount to the same savings. More importantly, “You will save your company…,” makes the buyer both intelligent and a hero. Buyers want to save money. Buyers like to make smart decisions. Buyers love to be heroes.
Because sales are all about what the buyer gets, “We offer excellent technical support” pales in comparison to “You will get world-class technical support.”
Instead of saying to a business owner, “Your employees will really appreciate this program,” consider saying with a smile, “Your employees will stand up and applaud you for giving them this program.” Don’t worry; the buyer will allow this bit of poetic license. Even though he/she knows the employees won’t really stand up and applaud, the mental image of them doing so is powerful.
The practice of using positive words and phrases will help you achieve more results than you ever thought possible. This skill is developed simply by using it. Start today with prospects, co-workers, family, and friends. You’ll begin to reap the rewards that come from accentuating the positive.