The future of mobile marketing is smart and simple. Why? Because your customers are now using their mobile devices to browse the internet and search for what they are looking for – your vital business information! No need to spend thousand re-developing your website or creating native apps – mobile apps are the answer!
zapplab.net is taking on the app stores by offering businesses a true alternative to smart-phone presence and marketing. App stores are jammed with millions of apps from all types of businesses and continuing to expand.
We have an excellent beta offer: for just €49 you get all this:
1. zapp editor to easily build and update your mobile app.
2. Hosting for 6 months.
3. Unlimited users
4. Map/GPS functionality
5. Contact information at a click of a button
6. Embed video/audio/RSS
7. Share functionality
8. QR Code
9. Regular zapplab software updates
Why zapp your business?
30% of users are now browsing on their mobile devices.
Over 98% of websites are not mobile compatible in Ireland, unlike our competitors in America and Asia.
Managing Director of ziggiapps.com, Aidan Haughey said;
“Getting on to smart phones is essential for businesses who want to grab customers attention; your standard website will just not hold them. Users only browse for 20-40 seconds at a time and if they don’t get the essential information quickly you have lost them.”
zapplab.net’s solution is simple; strip your website down to the four essential parts of communication: Who, What, When and Where.
The four page zapp allows businesses to deliver their essential message and can be updated regularly using a very simple online editor.
Is a web-app the same as a native app?
In the past there was a very clear divide between apps and websites. The main difference was that applications could access the hardware on phones such as GPS or camera features. But now, thanks to HTML5, the line has blurred and web-apps are now so similar to apps, most customers won’t realise the difference.
Distribution of zapps are also simpler than conventional methods. Via QR Codes they can simply be downloaded from a website/social site or can be emailed or texted to customers who can the open them on their phones. QR codes can also be displayed on print media allowing customers to easily digitise your leaflet or poster to their phone in seconds.