Saturday, 7 July 2012

Creating a Mobile App for Your Web Site, Business or Brand

Everyone knows that more and more people are using their mobile devices to browse the internet and stay connected 24 hours a day. Even Facebook is struggling with the transition to mobile and how they can continue to monetize their traffic of almost a billion users that are on their network. Even though Facebook isn’t serving ads to the millions of users that have the Facebook App installed on their phones, the sheer volume of people using their app is still quite powerful.
Mobile apps and marketing are quickly becoming one of the top methods for increasing traffic to web sites and businesses. With that in mind, if you don’t currently have an app of your own, you need to be asking yourself why? It’s not just web sites and blogs that should have a mobile app of their own, but also local businesses, sports teams, events, organizations, brands and really anything else you can think of.
One of the biggest reasons why so many people and businesses still don’t have an app of their own, is simply because they don’t know how or don’t have the money to hire a programmer and designer to put an app together. Fortunately there are online sites like which makes the design process much easier and cheaper than finding your own design team. specializes in making the process of creating mobile apps easy. Once you sign up to their web site you can walk through the creation process, design applications to match the look and feel of your current web sites and brands, and all add any additional content, rss feeds or other features you may want to add to your app. This sure beats the process of having to find a programmer and designer on oDesk or eLance and continually working with them to create something you like, then dealing with the higher freelance costs.

How Shoutem Works & It’s Many Features
Visual examples are always the best way to learn about a service or product before getting your hands on it. Check out the short video below to watch the design and creation process for creating your own app for Apple or Android mobile devices. Once you complete the video, you can visit the Shoutem web site, create a free account and start playing around with their creation tools and see what you can make for your blog.

 Creating an Application to Match Your Site and Brand

No matter what type of business, organization or even you have, a mobile application can open up a word of opportunities. From delivering your web site content to mobile users, keeping local customers updated with your latest promotions and coupons, or even keeping your fans updated with pictures, release and tour dates… it’s all possible through the creation of your own mobile app.
Using the advanced customization modules available through Shoutem, you can create a mobile app that matches the look and feel for your business or web site, while also sending your latest updates right to your mobile device.
In addition to matching the look and feel of your site, you will also be able to setup the following:
Pull all existing news feeds from your website into your mobile app
Sync your posted events into your mobile app automatically
Link your web blog posts to locations in your app
Embed your mobile app’s updates, top places and top users widgets in your website and promote your app.

Create Your Mobile Application Now!

As more people continue to ditch their own cell phones and upgrade to Apple and Android phones, we will continue to see a massive push of companies, brands and local businesses trying to take advantage of the mobile app market. If you haven’t thought about creating an app for your business, it still isn’t too late… but your competition may already be establishing their mobile presence while you are falling behind.
Visit the Shoutem web site and start creating a mobile app for yourself or your business. There is no credit card required to get started, and depending on the features you would like included in your app there are a few different membership levels to choose from, starting at just $29.90 per month.

author:Zac Johnson

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