Google Has A New Marketing App Called Primer

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Google has a new iPhone app called Primer aimed at "knocking some sense into marketing," or in other words, getting marketers to use more Google services. As the site explains:

Primer is a no-nonsense, jargon-free app designed specifically for busy startups. Our marketing lessons take 5 minutes or less and use real world experience.

With case studies, insider tips and interactive quizzes, Primer teaches you how to promote your business, get more customers and avoid common mistakes.

Lessons include search engine marketing, getting media coverage, and content marketing, but Google promises more topics to come.

The app works offline, so you can "learn marketing on the subway, in an airplane or anywhere else you may not have a signal."

While it's only available for iOS, an Android version is on the way. You can sign up to be notified when that's live.

Via TechCrunch

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