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Facebook Contest Application Developer Offers Monthly Subscription Fee for Businesses(June 15, 2011)
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 15, 2011
Facebook application development firm SpryFi Apps today announced a new subscription based service for businesses wishing to offer contest giveaways on their Facebook pages. "Our application really sets us apart from the competition," said company owner Zack Shutt, "when a user enters to win a contest the application automatically posts a message to that user's Facebook wall for all of their friends to see. It creates a domino effect and can skyrocket the number of fans your business has on Facebook."
From its offices in Bountiful, Utah, SpryFi Apps has established itself as a top tier player in social media application development. According to survey results published on May 16 by e-mail firm Constant Contact, Inc., 73% of small businesses use social media as a marketing tool.
"The survey," says Shutt, "established that Facebook is used by 95% of businesses engaged in social media marketing and it reported that 82% find Facebook to be effective for their campaigns." Facebook states that more than 250 million people use its website every month.
In fact, clicking the like button on a Facebook page has become something of a national sport in the U.S. With an elite team of application development and social media marketing gurus, SpryFi Apps garners attention for its unique methodology as a Utah Facebook developer.
Referred to as "social media application Jedis" by CEO Dan Young of PC Laptops LLC, the SpryFi Apps group targets Facebook campaigns to reach a client's maximum market share. For PC Laptops LLC, SpryFi Apps created a marketing campaign for a contest application only open to fans of the company's Facebook page and to people who, in turn, would post the contest offer on their personal Facebook pages.
SpryFi Apps developed the programming application for the sweepstakes entry and incorporated a database tool which collected names, e-mail addresses, city, and state. When the campaign launched, it went viral. Fans on the PC Laptops Facebook page increased from 5,000 to a staggering 58,000. This is just one example of the power of SpryFis contest application.
Businesses which are not using social media to market themselves are out of the loop and are fast losing ground to their competition. Social media is no longer a teenager's game but is a sophisticated marketing tool for the digital age.
The old-line investment firm Morgan Stanley Smith Barney announced on May 26 that it will now allow its 18,000 brokers to use social media. This is a first for Wall Street. Andy Saperstein, the company's wealth management chief, attributed the decision to advisers' demands and to clients' demands.
About SpryFi Apps
SpryFi Apps is all things social media and application development. The company combines social media marketing with application development, to fill a niche market as the premier Utah Facebook development and social media marketing firm. Located in Bountiful, Utah, owner Zack Shutt leads the team of creative marketers and programmers, providing logo design, branding, graphic design and custom applications for the emerging mobile markets of Facebook, iPad, iPhone, and Android.
The website address is: http://www.spryfi.com
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