The MobileDay JAMBOX Giveaway – Enter for FREE

Enter to win a JAMBOX™ by Jawbone, from MobileDay™ so you can CONFERENCE ON THE GO!

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JAMBOX by Jawbone

With a powerful, built-in microphone, JAMBOX, frees you to share crisp, clean-sounding conference calls anywhere – in the office, car, at home, alone or with a group. No more garbled, hard-to-hear chatter through your mobile phone or computer, no more being tied down by phone lines. Just crisp, clean wireless conference calls from your phone or computer. It’s also perfect for sharing video chats via iChat®, Skype®, Google Talk™ and more.

With MobileDay, you can now One-Touch into all the meetings on your smartphone calendar and use the JAMBOX in the conference room, your car or even in the park!  MobileDay operates with aall the conference calls in your calendar, including WebEx™, GoToMeeting™ and Google+ Hangouts™. Just a tap on the MobileDay app and you are in!

Participants may enter for free by:

1.)  Downloading the free MobileDay app at: http://mobileday.com/

2.)  Retweeting or sharing the MobileDay app message link to http://mobileday.com/ with others via: Twitter or Facebook.

3.)  Becoming a follower of MobileDay on Twitter (@MobileDayApp) and/or Facebook (http://facebook.com/MobileDayApp) to find out if you are a winner.

 

JAMBOX by Jawbone

MobileDay Inc. (“MobileDay”) Official Rules: MobileDay JAMBOX, Giveaway Terms & Conditions

No Purchase Necessary to Enter or Win: MobileDay will give away one (1) ultra-portable JAMBOX by Jawbone (Retail value $199.99) that will be delivered to the winner via parcel post when winner is selected. The MobileDay Giveaway is open and offered only to legal residents of the 50 United States and District of Columbia, 18 years of age and older.

How to Enter: Participants enter for free by:

1.)  Downloading the free MobileDay app at: http://mobileday.com/

2.)  Retweeting or sharing the MobileDay app message assigned using the http://mobileday.com/ link with others via: Twitter and/or Facebook.

3.)  Becoming a follower of MobileDay on Twitter (@MobileDayApp) and/or Facebook (http://facebook.com/MobileDayApp) to find out if you are a winner.

Participants may enter from December 14, 2012, until Midnight EST December 31, 2012. No purchase is necessary. LIMIT: ONE (1) ENTRY PER PERSON. Award date is December 28, 2012. Winners will be notified via private message on Twitter or available email and must respond within 5 business days or another winner will be selected.

Winner Selection and Notification: Winners will be determined via random selection of qualified entrants by MobileDay. Odds of winning are determined by number of qualified participants. Please ensure accurate name and contact information for verification and potential prize fulfillment purposes. Any attempt by an entrant to enter or participate contrary to these Official Rules will result in disqualification, at MobileDay’s discretion. Any attempt by an entrant to enter more than once will result in disqualification.

JAMBOX by Jawbone

JAMBOX by Jawbone

Eligibility: Eligible participants must be legal residents of the 50 United States and District of Columbia, at least 18 years of age, and not an employee or family member of MobileDay. Prizes cannot be transferred, assigned, substituted or redeemed for cash. Prizes will not be fulfilled outside the 50 United States or DC. Entries generated by robotic, programmed, script, macro or other automated means or by any means which subvert the entry process will be disqualified.

MobileDay is not responsible for any taxes generated by prize award. MobileDay is not liable for issues arising from the use of the Jawbone JAMBOX device, apps or associated services.

By accepting Giveaway, winner agrees to allow MobileDay to publish their name and release MobileDay from any and all liabilities that may arise from the use of the Jawbone JAMBOX.

MobileDay is not affiliated with nor partnered with Jawbone on this promotion.

Offer void where prohibited.

Sales Productivity – Evolve with Mobile

Sales is a business discipline that is really a life skill as much as it drives revenue for businesses. Becoming effective at sales is crucial to both a business and in our role citizens. The art of selling evolves over time and is often supplemented with technology. Increased quotas and a fixed time to achieve them say you’ve got evolve to survive. Productivity is a key to sales success, especially when you are mobile. Technology has long contributed to effective marketing and sales via the web. It’s difficult to argue that now mobile sales and marketing prowess are a large part of that evolution and a contributing factor of sales success. Some would say that grasping mobile technology is paramount to becoming productive and therefore more effective as a salesperson. It’s also not just about the hardware like iPhones, Android smartphones or tablets like the iPad. The mobile apps available to you in sales can help to leverage the devices that you have invested in and sell more effectively.

Don’t just take it from me. In no particular order, here are a few experts in sales and marketing that I spend time following who have opinions on this topic of mobile sales and marketing.

Donal Daly, Dealmaker365 (@dealmaker365)

“Unless mobile is a core element of the strategic plan of any business, the business will face severe challenges over the next few short years. For business strategists, marketers, sellers and buyers alike, mobile is becoming the hub around which business revolves.”

Donal Daly’s blog is a wonderful collection of deeply insightful content that goes into the heart of developing global trends that could have a profound impact on how sales are done. The blog also focuses in on changes that can be made to the traditional sales model.

http://sales20network.com/blog/

Anthony Iannarino, The Sales Blog (@iannarino)

“A great salesperson won’t need your best leads; they’ll produce them. If you give them the best laptop, smartphone, sales force automation, mobile hotspot, and sales collateral, they’ll put it to good use, but these external accoutrements won’t be nearly as important to their results as to what is inside them.”

The Sales Blog is run by Anthony Iannarino, the President and Chief Sales Officer of SOLUTIONS Staffing, as well as Managing Director of B2B Sales Coach & Consultancy. The blog is Anthony’s tool to provide readers with advice and insight on the many different aspects of sales, such as cold calling and sales fundamentals.

http://thesalesblog.com/blog

Mark Hunter, The Sales Hunter (@TheSalesHunter)

“Just as we rely on technology to make things run smoother, we also rely on our sales processes to keep our profits coming in. When we run into a glitch in those processes, our natural tendency is to let our attitude tank. In every difficulty, though, there usually is an opportunity to learn and get better.”

Aptly nicknamed the Sales Hunter, Mark Hunter (along with occasional guest writers) provides keen tips and motivational words of wisdom on his blog. With over 18 years of experience in sales and 14 years as a sales consultant, Mark has plenty to offer for sales people of all levels.

http://thesaleshunter.com/category/blog/

Tibor Shanto, The Pipeline (@TiborShanto)

“One impact of technology on selling, are the increased number of ways of organizations and individual sellers can “connect with their clients”, even when they don’t have to.”

Tibor Shanto is the founder and President of Renbor Sales Solutions, Inc., as well as the main writer for The Pipeline sales blog. Through his blog, he offers great tips for sales people, drawn from his own longtime experience in sales.

http://www.sellbetter.ca/blog/

Ivana Taylor, DIY Marketers (@DIYMarketers)

“Technology of the 21st century has led most business owners to use only electronic means to market their products and services. Though these types of campaigns can be successful for your bottom line, direct mail is still an incredibly effective marketing tool.”

Ivana Taylor is the publisher of DIY Marketers, a blog with a great mix of innovative ways to utilize technology tools (did you know you can use a 404 error page for marketing purposes?) and fundamental sales advice.

http://diymarketers.com/blog/

Nancy Nardin, Smart Selling Tools (@sellingtools)

“In the dynamic and high-demand world of selling, the evolution of tools has had a significant impact on our ability to perform our jobs, present our ever-expanding array of solutions, service our customers, and generate revenue—the life-blood of our companies.”

One of our favorite features on author and sales consultant Nancy Nardin’s blog is the Sales ToolSkool, where she introduces technology tools that can help increase revenue and efficiency. The blog also has some great insight on sales tools, as well as sales tips in general.

http://www.smartsellingtools.com/blog/

Miles Austin, Fill the Funnel (@milesaustin)

“As a sales technologist, I am always looking for the next new thing…As a student of change, I look at it from the other side of the table. As a sales person, I see opportunities.”

A well known expert on using Web Tools for sales, speaker and trainer Miles Austin uses his blog to share his favorite Web Tools, as well as how to use them effectively for sales.

http://www.fillthefunnel.com

Alen Mayer, The Science and Art of Selling (@mayeralen)

“Technology is developing at a pace that rarely anyone can catch up, and especially the last two decades many trained sales people are not in the position to utilize the advantages of the technology. In this regard, the technology can be your friend or foe.”

Sale expert Alen’s blog has many informative articles spanning various segments of sales. Carefully categorized, the blog offers gruseful content for anyone who may want to brush up on their sales knowledge and skills.

http://www.alenmajer.com/

Dan Waldschmidt, Edgy Conversations (@DanWaldo)

“Websites structured data with imagering and videos, allowing persuasive conversations to be prepared ahead of time. Then came video messaging and Skype which made peer-to-peer communication fast and free. And then it all came to the mobile phone. The conversation got supercharged.”

“Business is always looking for ways to make the conversations more effective. Stop worrying about the latest tools used to manage and create new conversations. The tools aren’t that important. It’s the conversation that matters the most.”

A CEO by the time he was 25, according to his biography, Dan’s blog is straightforward and no-nonsense in getting to the root of the problems that plague sales today.

http://danwaldschmidt.com/blog

MobileDay on Android Now Supports One-Touch into WebEx, GoToMeeting and Skype Mobile Meetings

MobileDay Has Been Listening

Thanks to our fanatical users for the fantastic feedback about how you use MobileDay on Android. We’ve been listening and, as a result, have implemented a few new things to make your work days even easier.

One-Touch Online Meetings

You can now join GoToMeeting®, Google+ Hangouts, and WebEx® meetings with One-Touch via multimedia or audio-only. MobileDay interoperates with these services so you no longer need to toggle between apps to enjoy the multimedia experience. We’re just getting started with online meetings and would love your feedback.

One-Touch Skype Audio

With our new Skype audio feature, you can join a Skype voice call anywhere in the world. MobileDay auto-detects Skype audio meetings in your calendar. MobileDay recognizes the following URL format to give you One-Touch into Skype audio calls: skype:chris.smith?call

 

 

Calendar Selection

You can now select which of your calendars appear in the MobileDay app. Simply go to the menu and tap “Calendar Selection” to choose which calendars to display.
 
 
 
 
 
 

We’ve Been Listening: New iOS Features Include iPad, Skype and VoIP Support

MobileDay on Your iPad

We’re excited to launch MobileDay for iPad. With the ability to One-Touch join WebEx®, GoToMeeting®, Google+ Hangouts, FaceTime, Skype audio, and to connect via VoIP for any call, it is time for an iPad version of the MobileDay app. Give it a try and tell us what you think.

 

One-Touch Mobile Skype Calls

With our new Skype audio feature, you can join a Skype voice call anywhere in the world. MobileDay auto-detects Skype audio meetings in your calendar. MobileDay recognizes the following URL format to give you One-Touch into Skype audio calls: skype:chris.smith?call

 

One-Touch Mobile VoIP Calls

You now have the option to join your calls via VoIP directly from the MobileDay app. If this feature is right for you, go to Menu and select VoIP Settings. MobileDay interoperates with Talkatone and lets you decide when you’d like to use it.

 

 

Canadian Call Sequences

MobileDay now dials a ‘1’ for long-distance calls placed from within Canada. Utilizing the phone’s location, the app automatically determines if a call will be local or long-distance, and dials a ‘1’ when necessary.