National Mail Order Association
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NMOA Network Newsletter for
April 11, 2011
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Wholesale Only: This product is
available only to resellers
Winners of an International Silver Medal
Dirty hands spread germs. With the new
Handwash Reminder there are no more
excuses for not washing dirty hands.
This new product enforces handwashing better
than anything on the planet. We all know,
the more you wash your hands, the better
your chances of not contracting or spreading
viruses and diseases, such as the common
cold, the flu, or norovirus.
This new infection prevention device has a
motion sensor that activates a pre-recorded
message that says "Please, don't forget to
wash your hands." Yes, it actually talks to
you. By providing a voice, it creates what
is called "an ear worm affect" and the
message stays stuck in your head.
Signs sometimes get overlooked, ignored, or
are used for employees only, however, you
cannot avoid a voice reminding you to wash
distributor prices available upon request.
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Order Association (NMOA) Launches New Small
Business Group in California
In an expanding effort to inform and educate
small businesses and entrepreneurs in the art
and science of making money, using direct
marketing, and internet selling tactics --- A
new small business group has been formed in
California by the National Mail Order
Association. Ruben S. Gonzalez of Dot
Fulfillment Services has been appointed director
for the group in the Orange County area.
Full details here:
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Does Your Business Really Need An App for
By David M. Mastovich
Smart phones now account for 27% of the mobile phone market led by nearly 50
million iPhone or Android users worldwide. Those seemingly smart consumers
want to be able to communicate, buy, and enjoy whatever they want, whenever
they want. As a result, more than 400,000 mobile applications or apps have
been developed in the last three years.
So does your business need a mobile app right now?
The most used mobile apps are for playing games,
catching up on news, sports and weather, social
networking, and listening to music. But there
are a number of successful business apps too.
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