Consider Building an App for That
Posted on 02/06/2012
There was a time when cell phones and computers were both mammoth sized objects that were a rarity to own. Back then, you probably communicated on a landline telephone if you needed to talk to somebody. But now, thanks to the development of cell phones and tablets, we have the opportunity to reach someone in seconds. And with access like that, it just may be a great way to reach your customers.
By now, most companies are utilizing mobile technology in a variety of ways, but many have yet to take it to the next level. Many of the traditional marketing methods such as direct mail and point of purchase support the mobile environment. Most times having a mobile version of your website created is all many businesses need. But other businesses can benefit from building a mobile app. Here’s how to get started.
Why It’s Easy
What You’ll Get
One advantage to having an app versus simply a website is that an app can be accessed in places without Internet once they are downloaded. If you store company information and things your customers would need to know on the app, they can have access to it anytime as long as they have their device with them. Creating an app may not be just for your customers either, as you could build apps that help make your employees more efficient in their job, especially if you have some workforce in the field.
Is It For You?