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hi there

do you know the best applicaton for mobile marketing ? suggest me please ?
and how to collect the mobile list ?
#application #mobile
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  • Profile picture of the author Thaniya
    7 Ways You Can Promote and Monetize Your App!

    As people are spending more time on mobile apps than on their desktops, building a mobile app has become the best way for a business to advertise itself. Not only can you get greater visibility, you also get to monetize your app.

    You may build the best app in your category. But you need to build effective ways to market the app, promote and monetize it. In this article, we look at some of them:

    1. Tell your website audience about your app

    This is the first step towards promoting your app. You need to tell your primary audience, whether in the form of a link or a separate page, about your mobile app and its features.

    2. Use social media effectively

    Integration with social media is crucial to get visitors to use your app. Create a page for your app on FaceBook, Google+ and Twitter. Use app Infographics to explain the stand-out features of your app. An image stays in mind much longer than a piece of text.

    3. Advertise online aggressively

    Advertising online does have its benefits. It helps you get traction among a targeted audience. You can gain through this if only you don't mind spending a few shillings.

    4. Engage actively on online forums

    Online technical forums are an effective way of engaging with the user and clarifying on many aspects of your app functionality that you can’t communicate with the lay user. It is here that you can focus on giving more insights on your app’s design and development to the informed.

    5. In-app purchases

    Any app maker’s first focus is on getting visibility for his app. For this, you need to market your app with methods such as premium services, option to take-off ads, etc. These ensure you get the much needed investment to further focus on improving your app.

    6. Functional design

    Your design must not only focus on being visually attractive, but also seamlessly blend into the core functionality of your app. Don't clobber your app with too many features. You should focus on minimal features with maximum usability.

    7. Remind users to use your app

    You need to gently keep reminding users to use your app. Studies have shown that apps that come with background notifications and those that use push notifications are used more than the apps that don't have these.
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  • Profile picture of the author shim333
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  • Profile picture of the author nikhiljoseph
    Try using Mobile CRM App Zoho, Salesforce and Apptivo.
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  • Profile picture of the author to pang
    Depending on what your strategy is there are different mobile marketing apps you can use for example in social media, you can use Hootsuite, Nimble, or Buffer. Blogging apps like Wordpress and Blogger are also useful. If you are more on the professional side, you can make use of LinkedIn to communicate with the professional side.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hiep Le
    Can you provide more details for your needs?

    If you need sms marketing (text marketing). You can try iMarketing Center that support automation marketing. This app will safe you a lot of time with auto reply, auto subscription, auto followup, unsubscription....

    Check out iMarketing Center app to send bulk sms marketing and bulk email marketing from your android phone.

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  • Profile picture of the author debite ful
    You can take a look at different mobile applications that can help you with your specific needs. You can use SMS tools, definitely, you need to make use of analytics tools that will help you track your marketing performance like Google Analytics, Flurry, etc., Local mobile services that include GPS and LBS, like Skyhook, deCarta, etc.. There are more tools out there, you just need to tailor-fit it to your needs or target users.
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