Mobile use has grown so much, so quickly, that now a majority of the online traffic a business receives is more likely to come from a tablet or smart phone than through a desktop. Despite this, just 1 in 4 small businesses have a mobile app, though within the next few years, at least half plan to develop and launch an app. So, there’s no better time to get started.
Mobile apps are multi-faceted. Every day, your customers use them to perform a variety of tasks, including reading news, sharing videos, scheduling appointments, calling your main number or customer service line, paying bills, monitoring the weather, creating shopping lists, and editing pictures.
Businesses use mobile apps to communicate with customers, gather contact information through loyalty programs, provide product information, offer purchases, and expand branding and reach. You can:
Increase Leads and Sales
People carry their phones with them for most of the day. Incorporating dynamic content into your app allows customers to easily contact you with one-touch calling, order food from your menu, or make mobile reservations, to name just a few app advantages.
Stay Connected to Customers
Offering a mobile app lets you expand loyalty programs, collect user information, monitor feedback, and integrate third party features, such as for social media platforms. Users can also be sent push notifications to share news about events or sales.
Create an Industry-SpecificTool for Customer Engagement
There are several industries where users expect a mobile app to be offered, including restaurants, medical, education, hair salons, fitness centers, and real estate. Your app can be tailored to your specific audience or industry and then customized with multimedia, including music, video, and podcasts.
Take advantage of everything that the mobile has to offer your business! Higher Images can help you design an app to meet your business goals and increase your revenue.