Archive for June, 2010

miniDraw is on Wikipedia

June 29, 2010 Leave a comment

miniDraw app is on wikipedia >>List of vector graphics editors – now, we just have to find the time to write an article there … right now it just links to an empty page 😦 … but it is a treasured software – look at its neighbors on Wikipedia 🙂

Facebook contest: Win a miniDraw HD for your iPad

June 29, 2010 Leave a comment

Designers and graphic artists will be happy to discover our Facebook contest, where you can win a free miniDraw HD app license on July, 31th, only by subscribing to our Fan Page.

Just a reminder: a week ago, we launched the miniDraw HD -vector graphics editor app. Discover how you can give life to your graphic designs on-the-go by visiting miniDraw’s site.

You can also>>

download  the free iPhone version from the AppStore and see some of the features & design,

view some of designs created by miniDraw on our gallery or read some reviews from customers on our discussion section of the site or directly on the  iTunes.

ipad & iphone vector graphics app

Remember: In order to be eligible for the contest, all you have to do is to subscribe to our fan page on Facebook here.

P.S. And you need an iPad, of course.

miniDraw HD just went Live – vector graphics software for iPad

June 22, 2010 Leave a comment

After the launching of the 4th version of miniDraw iPhone app about a week ago, today we launch the iPad version-miniDraw HD – available on the AppStore.

Some of the new features of miniDraw 1.4 & miniDraw HD are:

  • Copy/Paste
  • Import/Export- you can export your work to miniDraw HD
  • Email PNG
  • Post to Facebook & Twitter
  • Separate Remove Line & Remove Point icons

For miniDraw HD, the user interface was re-designed.

miniDraw, the vector graphics software for iPhone & iPad has launched a little contest on its FanPage on FaceBook.

You can win a free miniDraw HD license on July 31th when 5 lucky fans will be selected from the our fan list.

All you have to do is to subscribe to miniDraw’s fan page>>

Check out the customer reviews of miniDraw 1.4.for iPhone on the AppStore >>

View some of the beautiful drawings sent to us by miniDraw’s users>>

Why should you advertise on Social Media?

June 15, 2010 1 comment

Why should you advertise on Social Media?


Why should you promote your business through Social Media Marketing?

Well, here are some of the reasons I found:

  • 22% of the time spent in the “online world” is on social media networks – you don’t want to miss the chance to be where your customers are!
  • building relationships with your customers, partners or leads is the biggest asset of your business – you want to build their trust in order to gain their loyalty

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Advertising Commercials – Automotive Lubricants

June 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Yesterday, someone found my blog through a very interesting long-tail keyword -[mobil 1 consumer advertising commercials] – today’s  post is based on this particular query.

I looked up some of the most popular automotive lubricants commercials on YouTube and I found some amazing commercials. If you’re passionate about the automotive industry, you have to see these videos:

Mobil 1 Commercial – Spain – Toro Campaign – “La Sangre de Porsche

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New WordPress feature : the “Like” button

June 4, 2010 1 comment

As I visit my blog 10-15 times a day, I can say that there aren’t any changes that pass me by….

The last 2-3 days , I noticed a new feature in WordPress ( I bet you all did) … the “Like” button a.k.a. “Thumbs Up” in other social environments … first thought:

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My vision on Web 3.0 – Artificial Intelligence

June 1, 2010 3 comments

Lately I have been reading lots of articles on web 3.0 concepts and visions of various online marketers.

The words “Semantic Web” and “Sentiment” are on everyone’s lips when it comes to envisioning web 3.0 new technology. One of the most fascinating articles on the web 3.0 features is on;  this article got me thinking to one particular thing: Expert Systems.

Expert systems are artificial intelligence applications which operate with knowledge base in order to provide solutions to a particular problem by clarifying uncertainties for users and giving multiple answers to the best course of action in a given field.

Expert systems operate with user queries, much like search engines – the difference is in the type of base : data vs. knowledge. The expert systems, as I defined them above, are a little part of the future web 3.0 as I envision it; this “semantic web” will probably operate with a knowledge base in order to provide answers to user queries.

The “sentiment” component is also a big part of the future web 3.0 because the knowledge base has to be filtered somehow. The way I see things, the sentiment is in fact the number of positive reviews of a product or service versus the number of negative reviews of that product or service.

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