When the posters of politicians vie for humans’ 

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everywhere, the Adyar police is the use of the equal to create attention most of the public, specifically the younger techies, approximately cell cellphone snatching to lessen such incidents.

Mobile apps for small business owners are becoming more common as smaller businesses have found apps to be one of the main cornerstones of marketing and for branding their business.

In the past, apps were only available to “large” companies due to the high costs involved in developing a custom app. App developers spent many hours designing and coding the apps to the exact specifications for the company which leads to the extremely high price tag. But, as it has pretty much played out in the past with other automation, technology has caught up with the trend and we now have made apps that are more affordable for the medium to small business owners  But the more focus is wanted a few of the public about the incidents on the way to be vigilant. Initially, we created awareness via audio system fitted on patrolling jeeps however none struck to listen. Some of them were irritated over this. Then we brought value-powerful approach — sticking notices which are seen to the general public. Notices explaining specific modus operandi of the culprits have been displayed on each road and street from SRP equipment and Chemmanchery.”

Look at your smartphone right now. Every one of those apps that you see on your screen was developed for a specific reason. To check your email, local weather reports, social media, work calendar… etc. Then mobile apps for business marketing came into existence and the whole world of marketing exploded. Now businesses can buy, sell, trade… or just about any transaction you can think of that you could do in person you can now do on your smartphone. Business marketers had developers create mobile apps for their business to take advantage of this new marketing strata.

What do you see when you watch people walking through a mall or shopping area. Most will be looking down at their phones interacting with someone or some business. Now it can be argued that this practice can be somewhat risky, especially if you’re not watching where you are going. But that’s another discussion at some other time.

However, here’s what’s refreshing about a mobile business app. It can be referred to as an “electronic business card”. It is always in front of a business’s customers. As the smartphone user scrolls through the apps and they have your app for your business they will see it multiple times a day. A business can only grow with that kind of exposure.

What do you see when you watch people walking through a mall or shopping area. Most will be looking down at their phones interacting with someone or some business. Now it can be argued that this practice can be somewhat risky, especially if you’re not watching where you are going. But that’s another discussion at some other time.

However, here’s what’s refreshing about a mobile business app. It can be referred to as an “electronic business card”. It is always in front of a business’s customers. As the smartphone user scrolls through the apps and they have your app for your business they will see it multiple times a day. A business can only grow with that kind of exposure.

What do you see when you watch people walking through a mall or shopping area. Most will be looking down at their phones interacting with someone or some business. Now it can be argued that this practice can be somewhat risky, especially if you’re not watching where you are going. But that’s another discussion at some other time.

However, here’s what’s refreshing about a mobile business app. It can be referred to as an “electronic business card”. It is always in front of a business’s customers. As the smartphone user scrolls through the apps and they have your app for your business they will see it multiple times a day. A business can only grow with that kind of exposure.

Here is a great example of a mobile business app operating. A customer, we’ll call him John, who had downloaded the app from a local pizza place, places a pizza order from the app for a little gathering of friends at his house. John knows they make great pizza and sure enough one of his friends wants to know the name of the place where he got the pizza because it is NOT a major chain. John says “here’s the name of the pizza place and you can download their app from the app store”.

Word of mouth is the best advertising money cannot buy.

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That pizza business picks up another customer they would normally not get. AND, when John’s friend downloads the app, the pizza place is on his phone and he will see multiple times during the day or night.

That is only one-way mobile business apps work for businesses.

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Notices at the methods utilized by cellular smartphone snatchers have been stuck at bus stands and at the partitions of streets and roads to alert the those who talk on their telephones even as strolling or sitting in a single location.

M.Rohit Nathan, Deputy Commissioner of Police, told The Hindu, “Here we have greater humans working in IT agencies on Old Mahabalipuram Road. The children use the mobile smartphone for messaging and get in touch with at the same time as they are walking on the road thinking that they are saving time. Utilising such events, the culprits strike the walkers on street and rob them in their mobile telephones. After the attention marketing campaign, the instances of mobile snatching reduced drastically.”

V.Srinivasan, Assistant Commissioner of Police, stated, “We mobile alert detected police nearly 90% cases of snatching cell phones. But the more focus is wanted a few of the public about the incidents on the way to be vigilant. Initially, we created awareness via audio system fitted on patrolling jeeps however none struck to listen. Some of them were irritated over this. Then we brought value-powerful approach — sticking notices which are seen to the general public. Notices explaining specific modus operandi of the culprits have been displayed on each road and street from SRP equipment and Chemmanchery.”