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Outdoorlife4fun Launches New App – LIVOD

Outdoorlife4fun Launches New App – LIVOD

Outdoorlife4fun is doubling down with Go live. Any time. For any reason.  It is  launching a new app called LIVOD.  The download will be made available towards the end of July, 2016 on App Store & Google Play.

LIVOD is a live video streaming app catered around events, recreational activities, sports,  travel excursions, outdoor enthusiasts and much more.  The entire globe has shifted gears with the growing excitement and interest of live happenings.  Outdoorlife4fun wants to provide the opportunity for people to be part of a live event, e.g..  viewing a concert that a friend is at in a different part of the world,  a soccer game in Italy or visiting the Maldives for the very first time, etc.  The list is endless and live video streaming provides the opportunity to be part of an event world wide instantly.

Some of the features with LIVOD are:

phoneSocial Networking

LIVOD users can login with Twitter, share stream on Twitter, follow/un-follow other users within the app. Any other social network can be integrated for login or sharing.

Live Streaming Videos

LIVOD users can broadcast live streaming videos, other users can join and watch them. Recent streams can be also replayed, if other users have missed it when it was live.

Likes and Chat

LIVOD users can post real-time messages while watching the live stream, bringing the never-seen-before level of communication with the broadcaster. Users can like what they see by tapping on the screen. It will cause a beautiful heart animation to appear for viewers and for the author of the stream.

Push Notifications

Every time a LIVOD user goes a online all their followers get push notifications on their devices about that.

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These are some of the features that LIVOD currently offers but Outdoorlife4fun has already been actively working towards stage 2 and 3 of the app.   Be a part of this revolution by liking and sharing our app. Join our newsletter now.






Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular, 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi + Cellular, and 9.7-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi + Cellular.

Copyright © 2016, Outdoorlife4fun LIVOD.

Experts on Marketing Problem One

Experts on Marketing Problem One

In April 2016, the AMA unveiled its new intellectual agenda founded on seven big problems impacting marketing. These seven problems were identified through the rigorous collaboration of practitioners, researchers and experts. Of course, the nature of the industry shifts rapidly. With this in mind, the AMA is consulting industry experts to continue the discussion.

Do these seven problems capture the full scope of marketing’s changing landscape? Addressing the first problem are seven experts speaking for various parts of the industry. Take quiz below to see how your firm is doing.

David Rogers

Author of The Digital Transformation Playbook and faculty at Columbia Business School

“Is the CMO now the Chief Commercial Officer? For many businesses, the answer is yes. For years, the role of marketers has primarily been to drive demand for existing products and services through customer acquisition and retention. Today, dramatic changes driven by digital and other factors are forcing businesses to look for new sources of growth as old competitive advantages rapidly decline. Marketers are being tasked not just with “selling our stuff,” but with helping a firm transform its value to the market. If the unique role of the marketer is to keep the business focused on its customers, then an essential job of today’s marketer is to discover the next generation of products, services and experiences that can bring value to its customers and earn value for the firm.”

Jonathan Zaback

Chief Growth Officer at The CHR Group

“Need-based targeting is a great way to start. Find the market you want to serve and address its needs. Creating a product in isolation is risky—how do you know it will appeal to anyone but you? The best way to reach a market segment is to understand where that segment “lives.” Brands need to refine their stories, tell them well and communicate them in ways and places where consumers will respond. This is different for each market, but every market is reachable.

We all take positions: in our families, at work,  online. Products need to  do the same. Maybe a product is not for everyone. Is there a spin about the design? Is it organic and non-GMO? Is there a celebrity-endorsement, or is the focus that it is made by a 3D printer in Brooklyn? There are always stories to tell. Find your story and tell it.”