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Every Social Media User Needs At Least 1 App A Day

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. You must have heard of this old saying by now. But if not, let this blog note introducing new readers to the Instagram likes app (and there are others; an Instagram followers app, for instance), explain. If you are reading this note well enough by now then you are doing well in acclimatizing yourself well to the use of one the world’s (if not, most) widely spoken languages.

This is a curious language, is it not. It is littered with so many metaphors and similes. It is also a show and tell of just so many fables and riddles. Like the one about an apple a day. No one can deny that the apple is one of the most wholesome fruits around. It is a formidable buster against all kinds of diseases and ailments. Find another fruit that has as many vitamins and minerals. Well, maybe the miraculous and very tasty avocado is a likely rival.

And to think that so many people confused this wonder food as a vegetable. It is quite understandable; given that it remains a popular ingredient for mouthwatering salads no matter which culture is yours to be proud of. Yes, even the once-sour old English have adopted this fruit, not vegetable, as their own. So, there you go; an apple a day keeps the doctor away. May as well add in the avocado now too.

Just in case you are still struggling to make ends meet with your new business venture on social media (switch to Instagram if you haven’t already done so, and get an Instagram likes app too while you’re at it) know that these two formidable fruits are great hunger busters too. They keep you from going hungry for hours on end. That way you can stay focused on your work without your tummy (stomach) grumbling.

And while an apple a day keeps the doctor away, at least one app a day or week will keep your business afloat. But do be wary of loading too many apps onto your smart mobile device. This is far too much clutter than you can handle and it’s going to confuse you to bits. Stay focused and prioritize. Only use apps that are essential for your business development. The pizza delivery app is one that has to go.

When last have you used it? You couldn’t afford it, right. You can afford apples and avo’s, of that you can be certain (but there’s no delivery app for these as far as is known). The insta apps are the ones you keep. They are useful tools to help you with the monitoring of your new business. You can keep a clear track of how many new followers have joined your venture. You can see clearly how many people out there approve of what you are trying to achieve.

And of course, you can also use the app to make new purchases when the need arises.

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