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A little assistive technology. A little consumer advice. Some reactions to breaking news, and plenty of rants. What else did you expect from a Serotek blog?

Unveiling the Serotek Ambassadors’ Club

In my last post I alluded to an upcoming opportunity to reward those of you who help promote our products and services. We’ve hammered out the details, and I am proud to announce the launch of the Serotek Ambassadors’ Club.

The Serotek Ambassadors’ Club allows you to make extra money for signing up new customers to designated products. We’ll give you a unique URL you can use in your websites, blogs and social networks to direct customers to our website. If the new customer makes an eligible purchase, you get a percentage of the sale.

Connecting the Community Open House

We're going on a road trip around the Lone Star, and you're invited! Join Serotek Corporation and HIMS, Inc. at one of two locations to interact with cool technology.

The Houston Lighthouse

Thursday, September 19
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: The Lighthouse of Houston
3602 West Dallas Street
Houston, TX 77019

AFB Center on Vision Loss

Thursday, September 26
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: American Foundation for the Blind Center on Vision Loss
11030 Ables Lane
Dallas, TX 75229

Truth in Cliches

Curiosity may’ve killed the cat, but the satisfaction of experimenting with great features and low prices brought the beast back. That’s the fuel that’s kept the Serotek engine humming these past eleven years.

Moving Forward

My name is Michael Fox and this is my first, though certainly not last, post to the Serotek blog. As many of you already know from having read the blog post from Mike Calvo, there has been a change in leadership at Serotek. Since Mr. Calvo made the announcement that he would be taking over as executive director of the AIR Foundation and I would be assuming the role of CEO at Serotek, we have had a tremendous outpouring of support from the community.

The Next Chapter

If you’ve followed this blog, or watched me on Facebook or Twitter, or if you've known me personally for any length of time, you know that I don’t do anything in halves. Whether I’m teaching a Bible study, conducting a podcast or even visiting Disney World with my kids, I am focused on that activity with my heart and soul, to the exclusion of all else.

The Burden of Standards

Has Apple really taken a tumble from hot to not? Maybe it's the absence of game-changing devices, the long stretch between product releases, or the waning influence of the late Steve Jobs. Regardless, the distinct drop in Apple shares points to a current reality where iDevices find themselves catching up to the market rather than controlling it, which prompts the question: What does this mean for the blind consumer that made Apple the new gold standard for accessibility?

SPN Special: State of Technology with Mike Calvo

In the latest Mobile Special the Serotek team reflects on the state of technology. Among other things we discuss ebooks, screen readers, and the future direction of Serotek Corp.

Catch up on this and other SPN updates on our SeroTalk website, or click here to download the podcast.

Accessibility Anywhere Turns One

July 1 marks one year since Serotek unveiled its most ambitious disruption to the assistive technology market. Other companies develop singular products and pitch them to the consumer base as standalone products. Well, we do the same, because we understand you want to choose what goes into your toolbox, but we also understand the limits on your wallet. Unlike our fellow peers, we do something about it.

Announcing SPN Weekly!

Serotek's iBlink Radio app has been the place to find information, entertainment, news and great commentary about the world around us since 2009. If content is king, it could be said iBlink Radio remains the undisputed ruler.

Consumer Tip: Protect Yourself from Bill Shock

The diagnosis is grim. Approximately 30 million Americans suffer from an epidemic known as bill shock. Victims report symptoms of suspicious fees, unauthorized charges, and prolonged headaches brought on by confusing jargon. Discussing the symptoms via phone is a lengthy appointment, but early termination triggers a different condition known simply as broke.

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