Get Out of the Water!
Mobile application development using Unity 3D.
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I'm leaving the following paragraphs in service to small businesses that lack the advertising budget to buy premium placement in search engines and other outlets. Consider mobile applications.
Have you noticed? Smartphones are big. I haven't seen this many people pointing since I was a child. In school, at work, on the bus, on trains, and on planes.
So why not acknowledge this and update your business advertising strategy? Is page 343 of the Google search results not doing it for you? You say you're not faring better on Bing or Yahoo!? When out of pocket, customers are going to go to the business that interests and is convenient to them. They're not heading back to home or office to boot up a cranky old computer and search for your business.
Your goal then as a business should be to give your business the means with which to keep your business in the good graces of your customers.
This is where the partnership between your mobile application developer and your business plays an important role. With your customer's interests in mind you cooperate to develop a custom cell phone entertainment app as a convenient way to let your customers know you want their repeat business.
By placing your mobile app in their pocket, you've removed their need search for your address or phone number when they are out of pocket. You've given them and yourself a way to easily communicate.
The best way to do this is to get your customer's attention when they're in your shop. Or would you rather spend an exorbitant amount of money trying to get their attention again once they've left your shop? You already know that the customers you have now are interested.
So tell your customer that you want their repeat visits. Point them to your mobile app when they are in your shop.
You're not going to get a better shot than that.
How about increased profitability through new customers, higher repeat business, and lower advertising costs?
How about reducing your reliance on coupons, t-shirts, keychains, and pens?