Since integrating into the Google Chrome Store about a month ago, our lead traffic has increased 321%
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
While e-commerce and tech giants like Amazon, Netflix, Match.com, and Dropbox have significant resources to drive qualified traffic and increase their app store rankings within iTunes and Android Market, there are endless smaller businesses that are seeing the value of Google Chrome Store to find new users and potential customers. With the announcement of the yet to be launched Facebook App Center, startups will now have another large distribution point for their mobile apps and web apps.
One such SaaS firm, Uberflip, recently had their web app accepted into the Google Chrome Store and is already seeing significant growth in leads through this affordable distribution portal that only costs $5 to list within.
“Uberflip is a cloud-based tool that allows marketers in all types of firms to take a dull PDF and make it interactive and trackable,” says Uberflip COO Randy Frisch. “Since integrating into the Google Chrome Store about a month ago, our lead traffic has increased 321%. At the same time, we’re also providing existing customers an easier access point to our Application through the Chrome tab.”
Google Chrome Store allows companies to list their web apps while also enabling users to review the app and add it to the homepage of their Google Chrome browser. Potential customers investigating web app solutions can quickly browse their options and receive unbiased reviews and ratings from other users.
As for Facebook, based on the information that’s available, it appears that they will take their app store even further and allow all platforms to be listed there – be it iOS, Android, and web apps. They will also list both free and paid apps.
“Ultimately these app stores are a great way to expose ourselves without spending six-figures on customer acquisition campaigns, such as AdWords, that might ultimately fall flat without providing any real brand awareness,” says Frisch. “Our service is a web app that delivers content using HTML5 for mobile devices, and Flash for desktop reading. We support these app stores that realize how showcasing web apps is just as important as native apps.”
Uberflip, previously known as Mygazines, has amassed over 1,500 users off their Chrome Store listed web app in just 35 days. “Within Google Chrome Store and Facebook App Center, apps and web apps will be judged and reviewed, and companies with quality apps will get increased exposure. That’s our hope for the Uberflip web app” adds Frisch.
Uberflip (http://www.uberflip.com), formerly Mygazines, makes it easy to enhance, distribute and track PDF content on tablets and other devices. Within minutes, documents are converted into page-turning experiences where leveraging links, video and social media integration is just the beginning. The Uberflip Application allows marketers, publishers and other content creators to meet all distribution, security, monetizing and tracking requirements for their content. Uberflip's solutions help companies save costs and make money through new marketing channels.
Clients and partners include Thompson Reuters, Dupont, Research in Motion, Grant Thornton, Minden Gross LLP, HP and Cornell University.
Uberflip can be found in the Google Chrome Web Store. To experience Uberflip first-hand, visit their monthly newsletter Going Digital.