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Norah Guide Announces "Customer Appreciation" Month

February 04, 2013

You don’t need to be an astrology wizard to predict that the industry will need technology to survive in the future. Even an ancient art like astrology now needs science to grow its business.

So, deciding to take complete advantage of the new developments in communication technologies, Premium Technologies has decided to bring Norah Guides, a renowned astrologist, to more people by using the Internet. With websites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google (News - Alert)+, Pinterest, About.Me, and Tumblr, the astrology company is trying to make it easier to talk to the famous astrologer.

Now, it becomes easier for customers to get astrology reports and provide feedbacks, suggestions and any other comments easily on these social networking sites and other online platforms provided by the company.

Like many other online businesses, growing an online astrology business requires the same efforts and dedication. We often see online astrologers creating a strong presence on the web, and writing articles that talk about the systems they use. You can even see some astrologers offering a small amount of free astrological services to attract new customers and keep them coming back for more, paid services.

“No one could possibly know my childhood and what I have been through up to adulthood. It was like a breath of fresh air for someone to verbalize my suffering. To see it in written form, and to honestly know that someone can see my past and present and with pinpoint accuracy list all my attributes and what to do now...was a blessing. Thank you and God Bless:),” said Janice, a customer on Norah Guides website.

Norah is not a first astrologer to use technology to her advantage, and she won’t be the last either. Recently, some well known Hollywood Psychics unveiled a new service which allows the users to get their daily quota of predictions on any device they choose


Edited by Ashley Caputo

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