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    Website vs Mobile App, what is best for me?

    by OscarDavid999 ·

    I am working as a web analyst at ……., working on their website. As I also advised the team that you should also create a mobile app as it facilitates more users. But they refuse the idea that it wouldn’t work because it is already working best on the website. Kindly give me advice on what I am saying is right or wrong. If I am saying right then tell me tricks that how can I convince them

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    • #3978326

      Re: website versus mobile

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Website vs Mobile App, what is best for me?

      If you need a trick to be convincing, you’re probably wrong. And as a web analist, you should be able to answer the question, in stead of asking it.

      My view: an app is useful if you want a permanent relationship with the users. But I can’t imagine that needing a name for a new product is a recurring event, so very few people would take the trouble to install an app for it if it can be done on a website. So I think you’re wrong

    • #3978358

      No more apps?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Website vs Mobile App, what is best for me?

      At this point we have app overload. I use the company website over the apps. Seems these companies are being “sold” they need apps.
      The app I use the most on the phone is text, call, web browser and banking.

      Are you a bank?

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      Website vs Mobile App

      by echoinnovateitusa ·

      In reply to Website vs Mobile App, what is best for me?

      Mobile apps provide a adds on benefot to any business in this tech savy world. When all business parallels are going online. Having a mobile app to cater to your audience in a good decision. It helps generating a loyal customer base who will come to you recurrently. Websites are generally first hand impression . A person is likely to know about your brand first via your website only.
      There are lot of benefits of having a mobile app over a website these include:

      1. Seamless delivery of service
      2. Target specific audience
      3. Customized Customer Acquire Cycle
      4. Push Notification

      You can also develop a comprehensive webapp if you want the ease of website with benefits of a mobile app.

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