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Smart Market Apps makes it easy

Smart Market Apps makes it easy for businesses to connect with customers on mobile


New Zealand-7th April 2014 – Smart Market Apps (www.smartmarketapps) is helping New Zealand SME businesses, restaurants and clubs connect with their customers on mobile by publishing their own affordable branded mobile apps.

“Almost everyone has a smartphone these days. Mobile web and apps present easy, one-touch access to important service information and on-demand bookings.
Market research have shown that people are getting used to searching on their mobile devices, even when there is a PC nearby.’ Says Rosalina Pang, Marketing Director of Smart Market Apps.

A Google-Nielsen study of ‘Understanding How Mobile Drives Conversions-March 2013’ reports that “mobile searches trigger quick online and offline actions. “63 percent of mobile search-triggered actions occur within 1 hour of the initial search.”

New Zealand’s economy is made up of small and medium sized businesses.
With Smart Market Apps, SMEs can afford to develop and get their own app published and capture their customers on mobile.

Key benefits of a Smart Market mobile web app:
• Creates a more personal and user-friendly experience
• Keep customers engaged social sharing
• Offer loyalty offers with social sharing
• Offer Mobile shopping and reservations to save time and increase sales
• Schedule and send timely offers and reminders to events
• Easy to use messaging system with geo-location broadcast

Beside designing and publishing custom business apps on apps store, Smart Market Apps add value by offering free demo, mobile marketing consultation, reminders and tips.

About Smart Market Apps
Smart Market Apps provides affordable mobile marketing solution to help business connect, promote and engage customers through their mobile devices.

Smart Market Apps is trading under Revive Me Marketing Ltd and is based in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

About Revive Me Marketing Consultancy (REMC)
REMC is a results-focus and SMART marketing consultancy that helps organisations and entrepreneurs achieve positive results with the right mix of marketing investment.


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