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Why Mobile Apps Are Beneficial For Small Businesses

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In the ever-growing and changing world of technology “app” is a word heard all throughout the day. Whether it’s an alarm app that gets you out of bed, or a reviews app that helps you figure out where you want to have lunch, there’s no changing the fact that society as a whole uses mobile devices and the apps that accompany them to plan out their lives. Because of this growing lifestyle change, it’s important, especially for small businesses, to keep up and have your own app made specifically for your audience. Tailoring your app specifically to your niche industry and your market will ensure that when people turn on their phone and need to look up whatever product or service you may be selling, your small businesses’ mobile app will be just as readily available as your corporate competitors’ app that is currently on the market.

Apps Can Earn a Profit

Yes, it can be costly to develop an app. However, custom mobile apps for small businesses don’t have to exceed your budget. In fact, they can actually earn you money in the long run! But first know that you don’t have to have the fanciest app design out there. After your app launches in its basic, most functional form and you’re seeing the impact from your app, then you can try an update with the bells and whistles. In your app, you can not only market your business, but you can also utilize in-app advertising to continue making money, actually helping your business earn a profit from your mobile app.

Apps Help You Reach More Customers

It’s not a surprise to most that the new generation is more “plugged in” than the previous. They have not spent a lot of time without Internet and gadgets readily available. As business works, they’re generally going to be your new client base, so reach out to them. Plus, this new generation not only has many gadgets on hand, but they’re utilizing search more as well. By creating your app with search in mind and tagging it with relevant SEO keywords, you’ll pop up in searches and gain new customers. Not only can you gain these customers, but also the world of small business mobile apps isn’t as cluttered as websites have become. Because they haven’t been around as long, there’s less competition and your business is more likely to show up at the top (or close to the top) of search results, more so than on the web.

Apps Allow You To Showcase Your Products

It’s one thing to get people to come out to your store to look at your products or services based on a special promotion going on. It’s completely different though when the person coming out to see you knows exactly what they intend to buy and knows for sure they’re going to get it. Showcasing your products and services on an app, whether through pictures, descriptions or video, will help lure more customers in to purchase your products and services. Plus, once they’re in, they’ll see all the great other things they can purchase as well. Now you’re making even more of a profit, all from a seemingly small, inexpensive iPhone application, Android application, or iPad application.

The world of apps is one that is growing and changing, even as you’re reading this. However, the one thing that is predictable is that they’re here to stay for a long enough period that it’s important to bite the bullet and invest in a mobile app for your small business. As proved above, investing doesn’t have to be hard or expensive and can help your business out in the long run.

Ready to develop an app? The team at SevenTablets can help you get started on your smartphone app development project. Our developers are experts in creative UI/UX designmobile security and mobile analytics.

In addition to app development, we also specialize in custom software development, data governance, and system integrations. Located in Dallas, SevenTablets maintains regional offices located in Houston and Chicago. To discuss your development project, contact the team today.

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Lacey Williams-McGhee

Lacey Williams-McGhee

Lacey Williams is a marketing professional and Harvard graduate student living in the great state of Texas. When she's not working at the SevenTablets headquarters, she can be found on the next flight to the Bahamas, hanging out with her husband and fluffy golden retriever, or studying! Lacey earned a B.A. in journalism from Baylor University. Sic'em!

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