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Thursday, 23 May 2013

Why does your Business need a Mobile App?

As smartphone usage continues to grow at astronomical rates, your business has the opportunity to thrive, expand and more importantly, develop. Let us tell you how to seize that opportunity with a mobile app.


Firstly - a mobile app is convenient for your customers. Imagine your logo on your customers’ homescreen, just one click away from a phone call, an email or a tweet at all times. Every time your customer checks their smartphone, your logo will be one of the first things they see. This will keep your business at the forefront of your customers’ minds - and therefore, keep them coming back! (And may even intrigue the commuting stranger peering over your customer’s shoulder...)

Secondly - a mobile app can blow your competitors out the water (or at least push them into the deep end). By building a mobile app for your business, not only will you be thousands of miles ahead of your competitors technology-wise, but you’ll be impressing your customers by doing so. They’re an inquisitive bunch and if they’re interested in your business, they’ll be interested in your app! By securing a position on their mobile homescreen, they’ll effectively become addicted to your business.

Lastly - a mobile app is a money maker. With a built-in sharing feature, customers and owners can easily share your business’ app on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, vastly widening your audience in the process. Once your app is shared to thousands of Facebook friends and Twitter followers, your business name will be on tips of tongues and your app? In their pocket. And the beauty of this type of marketing is that your customers will be doing the work for you! Social media... *applause*.

In just three points, it’s easy to see just how powerful a mobile app can be. Creating an app for your customers with Appsme is the best (and easiest!) way to unlock this potential -- so what are you waiting for?
Make your app now

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