Apps for Local Businesses and Community Residents

HomeTown Apps give Community Residents easy, fast access to local information and business services.

Cost Effective Co-Op Marketing

 A HomeTown App is one of the most cost effective ways going to market your business or service.

I've been in the Direct Marketing business many years now, and can say with 100% certainty, there isn't a better method out there to reach new movers to town...let alone to communicate to people just visiting that are looking for services or things to do.

Once someone downloads the HomeTown App, they will be carrying your business or service information around with them all the time. You'll be there when they need or want you!

You can bring them in with "App" only special offers and/or create an "E" Punch Card program to increase store traffic and loyalty. No other form of advertising has that ability all wrapped into one neat package...

Take a look at the comparisons shown below.

Yellow Pages
From $500-$25,000 per year, per publisher depending on type of ad.
Billboards
Typical minimum investment of $4,350 production, minimum 3 months
Newspaper
An average of $380 for a one-time, 1/4 page ad
Coupon Mailings
Between $200-$900 per month (Coupon Saver, ValuPak, FamilySaver)
Television Ads
$350-$400 for one 30-second spot during prime time not including production cost
Radio Ads
$50-$150 for one 30-second spot during drive time
eMarketing
From $200-$1,200+ per month for ongoing SEO, ad management, etc...

HomeTown Apps

App Fee levels

To secure your business a spot in your HomeTown's App, simply go to the "Get Started" page and fill out the information form - then be on the lookout for an email from us for more details. See you on the other side!

Note: HomeTown Apps are not available in all towns and cities (at least yet, :-) ) Please contact me if you feel a HomeTown Co-Op App would be an awesome advertising vehicle for you and your town's business.

Interesting App Stats

  66% of Americans ages 24-35 own a smartphone (Source: Nielsen, 2012)


Sixty-five percent of mobile users said they used their mobile device to find a business to make an in-store purchase (Source: Google, 2011)


43 percent of smarpthone owners have used their mobile device while in a store for a shopping purpose (Source: comScore Inc., Shop.org and The Partnering Group, 2012)


Nearly 116 million Americans will use a smartphone at least monthly by the end of this year, up from 93.1 million in 2011. By 2013, they will represent over half of all mobile phone users, and by 2016, nearly three in five consumers will have a smartphone (Source: eMarketer, 2012)


64% of affluent app users say they view brands with mobile apps more favorably (Source: Luxury Institute, 2012)