Legal Nurse Consulting

 

[New BIZ.EDU App Review]

http://legalnursebusiness.com/BizEdu

Time to upload the BIZ.EDU App is reasonable once I got the password. There must be a fetch form email because I just started a new email account for Nurse Becca Consulting that has a handful of Pat Pat Iyer emails.

These are duplicates from my other email account.

It may be an auto respond or cookie feature, but it solidified a theme of valuable thoughts for transition into the fifth generation of technology.

With sophisticated artificial intelligence, the landscape of advertising will take on new parallels.

Creating Apps: This idea is appealing because one way to provide service is to solve a problem for people.

The Ap solves the problem of a perceived need to be mobile and accessible at all times.

This particular app solves problems for legal nurse consulting business by gathering marketing information into one hub, like a consortium. It is a useful resource for anyone wanting to learn writing skills.

What is an “App”?

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Apps are made for mobile access on an Android or iphone.

An app is abbreviated application made to perform a specific purpose on a cell phone or mobile device. There are apps for virtually everything in the virtual world. Because there are so many functions technology is capable of performing, the ideas are endless.

How do you make an App for that?

This is a program, primarily for mobile devices. This review discusses the use of the BIZ.EDU App, but does not teach specifically how to program an App. Companies usually hire a professional to make an App if they do not have a tech team able to do so.

To buy an App for your business or learn how to build one is not a primary purpose of this review. Someone looking to get more information on making or purchasing an App can do so with searching and doing research to find or build an App.

Buying an app can be a large investment. The most expensive apps can cost up to a million dollars!

 

Testing the water

According to Appster.com, the way to ensure an app can make it from idea to sales is by double checking with people in that niche market to determine if they are interested in the app. This may be a good time to try a survey or split testing to make informed decisions on whether an App would be a good investment in your niche market.

Remember: The best success is seen with apps that solve a problem.

Every icon on a cell phone is an example of an App. If you think of how many people use cell phones every day, you can easily imagine just how popular the general category of Apps can be. And their potential for growth with tech expansion unfolding.

There are several App programs that do not require more than beginner computer skills, for those who are still overwhelmed by the expanse of technical tactics on the internet. It does not take advanced skills or knowledge to use and benefit from apps.

BIZ.EDU App is for legal nurse consultants, and writers. Pat Iyer offers this benefit to help navigate the wide array of content available.

The App for BIZ.EDU has 4 icons which have options within. Every icon is further divided. These Categories are helpful to have an oragnized feel when navigating through the new BIZ.ED App.

Cell phone apps

One theme I noticed is the repetition of sales for products and services.

Although it reminded me of the character with a caffiene seizure and a sign on the corner for income tax prep, pizza or mattress sales, with more reflection it occurs to me:

The nurses who are here volunteer to be subjected to marketing. However, The changes affecting web growth from the surge of internet ads in banner blindness and ad numbing internet spammers have caused can about guarantee this is an amount of add on sales pitches which may overshadow the valuable education.

It is this commercialized process that helps Pat Iyer’s group of services profitable despite not being as expensively priced as Vickie Milazzo’s training. There were not as many different requests to buy more things within the VMI training sessions. Pre-made marketing materials are an add on slightly advertised in VMI seminars.

I think the turn toward banner burnout may be a sign to switch to less amount of commercial type advertisement. For instance, it may be possible to briefly mention the store and provide the link to get to it but not ask for an additional sale after each video.

Although I am not a marketing maverick, I have spent large amount of time researching affiliate marketing in a kaleidoscope of niches. The increased ads on the BIZ.ED app may better serve elsewhere, such as blog or forum. Or maybe a separate tab for commercials would cater to an audience of more quickly shifting trends which are a result of Ad overloading spam.

A mobile popover like Amazon may be helpful to accomplish this. Since cell phones will be the primary access point for the BIZ.EDU App, this may be effective and less bombarding than a shiny blinking banner.

The elements of learning in the short and easy to understand videos is a great value. The part about it being a YouTube makes it sound like repurposed content. It is a great idea to repurpose YouTubes, blogs and nd trainings and streamline into the BIZ.EDU software program. There is a request for comment below, but if there is not an actual comment thread, that may need to be edited. Or a small explanation to use the question icon for submitting a comment.

The appearance of our trusted and elegant hostess, Pat Iyer, is polished and portrays a dependable and focused instructor. Closed caption is a great addition in order to increase understanding. I recently made a training video about how to add closed caption, why it is important to be accurate. I struggled through creating captions and then learned several different programs.

The closed captions on the Iyer App are fairly accurate, possibly YouTube Automated translation skips a few words or mistakes them here and there, but the quality standard for accredited institutions is 95% accuracy and the BIZ.EDU Instruction webinars appear to meet this percent pr better with the closed captions it provides.

The adjustment for larger font print is another added value. All of these are great effort toward making the presentation and teaching as understandable as possible.

In all of the content, linking back to coaching and mentoring for authorship, Pat Iyer takes under her golden wingspan and curates nurses in business. Read More on Iyer’s Insights.

Google DoubleClick Dart Cookies are part of the BIZ.ED app, as documented on the privacy policy page. According to Google search: ” Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet. ” This can function to targeting audiences which are pertinent to the content that is presented based on user interests.

This is also part of the autoresponder feature to capture email lists so people can subscribe to updates. Despite the automated response function, Pay Iyer personally attends to her messages, and has privately coached me providing actionable steps with mentoring that goes above and beyond the power of web with a caring human touch.

When first attempting to sign in, I received a code that was forwarded and somehow fixed. The password was not on my original message, but Pat Iyer personally sent me the new code.

BIZ.EDU App

Error message on home screen, resolved by Pat Iyer.

The personal service with an influencer and brand authority for legal nurse consulting, Pat Iyer surpassed all exoectations of exemplary service. The error message and inconsistant color coordination of the app in comparison to the branding and themes other online engagement for the business image was a small amount of confusion. The top right grid also is obsolete since it is the same menu on the home screen, but provides a logout option.

Looking more at BIZ.EDU the rainbow logo does not really match the other buttons. It still looks nice, and the physical layout does make it easy to see what area you’re looking for. Everytime I look at it the rainbow icon, it reminds me of the Reading Rainbow, and brings me back to the day with singing along, ” Take a look, it’s in a book the reading rainbooooooow!”

Once the password was worked out, Nurse Becca review of courses commenced. All of the information is broken down in easy to understand terms. The writing is that of excellence in spelling, grammar, layout and engagement.


Review Summary for BIZ.EDU App

For your convenience, here is a Bulleted list summarizing Nurse Becca’s Favorite Features on the new BIZ.EDU App:

  • The bottom right, there is a question mark that you can use to get your questions addressed quickly
  • In order to get prompt response and immediate support, users can expect to pay a membership fee or premium. That is not the case with this App.
  • There are many free features and benefits, covering a wide array of useful topics to help LNC business achieve and enjoy sustainable success.

Legal Nurse Consulting home screen menu of BIZ.EDU AppA highly organized home screen!

  • Hamburger menu, top left is a quick view of options in the App
  • Works with Android well
  • Functional in offline mode, you can access courses without wifi
  • Pat Iyer is inspiring and teaches with a passion for ongoing education

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Comments (20)

  1. Todd Matthews

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    It’s simply amazing that if you name something, there’s an app for it these days, and it’s the first time I came across. The BizEduapp has a clean look, which is something I like, since any app I download has to have a certain layout or else I probably wouldn’t use it. You state there are a lot of awesome free features with the BizEdu app, but is there a premium option with even more features?

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Hi Todd!

      Thank you for your comment and question. There are additional books, services and fairly priced tool downloads or paid coaching sessions. All kinds of stuff but no particular premium that I know of. I will edit more with SEO as well. I appreciate your feedback to improve this post! I think Pay Iyer herself will edit as well haha!!! I am excited. She gave good input on Iyer’s Insights🙂

      Thank You & Kind Regards,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  2. RoDarrick

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    Interesting review you have done up here concerning legal nurse consulting biz app. Apps have become the very best means of getting anything and everything done in the world of smartphones and mobiles. I personally favor most agencies or programs that makes provisions for an app. This consulting biz app is another stride in the development and accessibility that mobile apps make available to us. Very cool app with great features. Cheers

    • Reply

      Thank you for reading and sending me a response! I am glad you’re interested in my work. Reviews are great research opportunities. I hope you will try out Pat Iyer’s app. Thank you again for supporting nurses in business.
      Best Regards,
      Nurse Becca
      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  3. Edwin Bernard

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    I had no idea that apps existed for nursing consulting services. Since apps have become ubiquitous, this should not surprise me. It is an interesting thought that lawyers can benefit from access to nursing advice in the legal sphere. 

    Is this app directed mainly at professionals and not for the public at large? I won’t be surprised if there are apps for doctors too! 

    One lives and learns. 

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Dear Edwin,

      Hi over there in LA!:) This particular App is for Legal Nurse Consultants and teaches business, marketing and a wide array of other services. I am very glad you asked this question because it is not necessarily for lawyers, but anyone with a passion for writing can learn from this App. I think you can get in because I did not see an indication that it is for nurses only. I highly recommend the free writing tools, they are great. The marketing principles are useful in any niche as well.

      Sincerely,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  4. Matthew

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    Look, I’m not going to lie to you but I have no idea what the biz edu app is or what it does but I just got taken to this post after I typed into Google ‘how to build an app’ and this post came up so I thought I would take a look 

    I would love to be able to build my own android app but I have no experience in nurse consulting, although, I give a brilliant bed bath if I may add, I get into all the nooks & crannies, lol

    It seems like every business is going for applications to improve their businesses these days so I’m hoping there will be some easy platforms that will help me out to create my own very soon and hopefully earn some serious money like that guy did with his ‘annoying” Flappy Bird Game App

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Dear Matthew,

      There are some programs to build your own app. This one is designed for legal nurse consultants to build their business through marketing and expanding skills. I agree, the potential for apps makes it a worthwhile investment to learn more about the many uses, functions and features as well as how to incorporate into niche marketing. The Angry Bird App? Is that what you’re referring to? I think I have seen this as a video game. Even Pat Iyer, who is a genius in the LNC realm apparently hired for building this app. My guess is, it was created in the UK. I know the cost can be substantial, and it is a worthwhile investment with good research. Thank you for commenting and reading my blog post!

      Sincerely,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

      • Reply

        No, there was an app that was called flappy bird which made over a million in just a week and the creator couldn’t handle the pressure of it being so popular and how much money he was earning from it in such a short space of time and he killed himself
        It wasn’t a happy ending, lol

        • Reply

          Oh my goodness that is so sad. I had never heard this story but it is heartbreaking. Flappy Bird must have been tragic for the family. Or the pressure of having too much money may make one more pressured than being flat broke and getting the power and phone shut off running out of gas and toilet paper. I guess that is one of my weird fears. I know there are countries where these things we take for granted would be luxury but I can understand that more than suicide over having too much fame and fortune all a sudden. I’m not trying to sound juggernaut judgmental, I have never been confronted with flappy bird piles of cash. But holy moly poor fella.
          Thank you for explaining because I had a totally different vision of the game with the birds haha.

  5. RoDarrick

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    In all honesty, I wouldn’t say I’m not intrigued with the features of this app. Seriously, apps have become an integral part of our user experience as a mobile user and definitely, everything is getting back to apps. Since most apps are just hastily built, I have decided to have a layout of things I expect from an app that I will use and I can say boldly that this new biz edu app has virtually everything needed. From a great and friendly interface to easy access to the know how and the various features it has. Its simply an excellent app that I’ll look forward to downloading and using

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Thank you for reading and replying! I hope you will enjoy the tips here. I think they are quite valuable and agree with your assessment of the quality.

      Have a great night RoDerrick🙂

      Sincerely,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  6. Alex

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    This is a very concise overview of the app. I must admit I did t realize such a specialized app expect dyed in the field. It just goes to show the power of a well designed application and how it can improve a business or industry. This one seems to have a clean layout and be fairly intuitive to use, which I always look for. I’m glad legal nurse consultants have access to this for their businesses. 

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Thank you for your interest and kind response. Pat is a great influencer in this field, and has spent years helping to build business. I first read her writing on a battered woman, and always has compassion apparent in her work. I’ve been listening to her poscast for quite some time, and am not the least surprised she is on the cutting edge of technology with her dedicated to teaching and learning. There are writing resources in this app free for you to try out with proven strategies as well. I wanted to write about this to encourage not only nurses, but anyone interested in writing quality content.

      Thanks again!

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  7. Pentrental

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    This looks like a pretty nice app especially for Legal Nurse Consultants. I can’t imagine that there are too many quality apps that cater to this particular field, so finding a good one is really helpful for those who might be looking. I’m glad to hear that it’s has quality course material. What I like about about BIZ EDU is that it doesn’t charge a membership fee or premium and yet at the same time provides a quality product with what looks like an easy platform to navigate. I’ll be referring your page to some nurse friends, well done!

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Thank you so much! Yes, please do share with nursing network.🙂🙂🙂  Also, this is a good mention for anyone who wants to learn more about marketing or writing. Thanks again for your great input.

      Warm Regards,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  8. Eddie

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    Hey there,

    Good job overall writing this article. I was a bit lost in the content. Is this a real app? I googled: biz(dot) app, and couldn’t find a website nor app. I understand from your article, that this app would be good for RN consultants. Would you recommend it for  an already established consultant, or one still coming up?

    Thanks for your article.,

    Eddie

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Dear Eddie,

      It is BIZ.EDU app and it can help novice or seasoned consultants. Another feature is for writers to get the resources and support for successful authorship. The information can help any website owner for their blog, ezine articles, ebooks, or any other writing adventure. The marketing practice can assist companies with the very same strategies in different niche markets. I just watched a podcast video about lumpy mail and 3D advertisement that has improved marketing return on investment up to 3000% and it did not cost anything to view it.

      I hope this helps out. I hope you will return to my site. I appreciate your visit and comment.

      Sincerely,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

  9. Joachim

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    Hello Becca,

    great article, which I learnt a lot from! 

    I really appreciated your bulleted list at the end, it made it so easy to understand what I just read! Obviously I know what an app is, but I don’t really know what it “is”…I mean, most people would claim to know what an app is, but I think I’m not the only one not knowing how to make a new one, how to go about it, or even just what potential an app really has. Describing the upsides of this in detail was great, and although it seemed overwhelming at first, your bullet points made it so much easier to understand, and actually made me go back and read it again. Made even more sense then!

    You say that the developing of an app can cost up to a million dollars if you buy this service…most budgets aren’t really made for that, I presume, but what would be a more average price?

    Thanks again,

    Joachim

    • Rebecca Nixon

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      Dear Joachim,

      HI there. You’re quite welcome of course! I loved your reply. The attached it the google result for your question, top answer quotes average apps without too many features run 10,000$ and up. I have a feeling it will get easier with 5G tech to tell your phone to make an app and it pops up without costing an arm and a leg. Modest apps can still run up to 500,000$, and there are apps to everything including shopping apps which makes a good user experience because they can tailer to suit what they prefer instead of mere annoyance.

      I am glad you found the bullets helpful. Please do come back and visit again, a pleasure you stopped by🙂

      Sincerely,

      Nurse Becca

      -R. Nixon, RN, CLNC

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