Roy Derrick Launches Product To Reap Benefits From Mobile Web Revolution
Roy Derrick, one of the founders of Perfect Prosperity, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new product that allows individuals and businesses alike to benefit from the new mobile web revolution.
With future growth potential for retail services accessed via mobile web and apps predicted to reach 80% year on year, there has never been a better time to use mobile marketing to attract new businesses.
Indeed figures published by Canalys for the last quarter of 2011, show that smart phones out sold pc’s for the first time ever with smart phone sales at 158.5 million compared to 120.2m sales of pc’s thus demonstrating consumer’s ever growing appetite for mobile web.
“With mobile web usage increasing so dramatically you would think that most local businesses would be using mobile marketing as part of their marketing plan. However only 1 in 10 retail services currently use mobile marketing as part of their marketing. With this in mind there is a huge opportunity for individuals to make money by advising local businesses on how to introduce mobile marketing as part of their local business marketing. Our product gives step by step instructions on how to help local business owners to slash their marketing costs and increase sales using mobile marketing.”
What’s more, Roy’s products are 100 % risk free as he offers a no quibble, 30 day money back guarantee.
Many local businesses can benefit from this information. For example florists can remind husbands of those dates that they are not allowed to forget, restaurants can send out last minute offers to fill empty tables, dentists and doctors can send out appointment reminders to avoid costly broken appointments and car showrooms can lure passersby via Bluetooth.
“With us experiencing the early beginning of a massive phenomenon as mobile web plays a greater role in our lives, those who seize this opportunity quickly will reap the huge benefits on offer. It really will be a case of the “early bird catching the worm”.