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About the Team
TheAppTimes is the brainchild of Eddie Gear, a marketing analyst by day and an inbound marketing consultant by night. Eddie holds a bachelor’s degree in commerce. He started blogging in 2007 as a hobby. He has drawn inspiration from bloggers like Darren Rowse, and Brian Clark and is striving to establish his mark as an entrepreneur in the online world. Since 2007, he has been able to successfully establish an inbound marketing firm – Genuine SEO (SOLD), and also a tech blog theapptimes.com. Eddie has also been a guest author on HellboundBloggers and JohnChow.com.
Adeline Gear joined the blog as senior editor in Nov, 2010. She has experience as a senior Instructional Designer in a leading e-learning company.
Adeline also has developed a course to help out newbies in learning the basics of Excel 2016. The course is called Microsoft Excel 2016 Training for Beginners Course and it is available on Udemy for a nominal price. She is also working on an intermediate course which should be out in a couple of months.
About The App Times
TheAppTimes was launched in August 2010, with the aim to educate users on how to use computer and web applications. In just 3 months, theapptimes has received more than 7000 page views per month, and is steadily covering ground. The site aims to make apps easy to use and leverage each individual to use apps to improve their productivity.
TheAppTimes currently features articles on all the hottest apps and games in the Android, iOS and Windows 10 ecosystem. It also looks at all the latest gadgets and tech devices that are launching with an effort to help users gain a better understanding of what’s on offer and how it can best serve their needs.
The site features countless reviews on apps, gadgets, and other software. Anyone who is interested in a review can reach out to Adeline at email@example.com.
In order to keep the blog running, TheAppTimes does accept advertisements and fees for some of its activities including publication of reviews. However, all reviews are unbiased and totally the views of the writers. (Be sure to read our Disclosure Policy on this.)
In 2016, TheAppTimes also started to become active on YouTube, where you will find a decent collection of video tutorials and guides.
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