November 23, 2014

Smore Launches New Tool That Builds One Page Mobile Sites for App Promotion

Smore, a service that gives small companies and individuals the ability to build single page websites called “flyers,” is rolling out a new service that gives that same ability to app developers who want to build a single page mobile site to promote their apps.

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The new mobile service focuses on making it as easy as possible for marketers and app developers. Smore can even pull data directly from the app store and put together a page about the app in seconds. Of course, marketers can then edit the design themselves and even choose from a selection of built-in styles provided by Smore. And once sites are created, they can be launched instantly.

The service is aimed at startups and small businesses that don’t have huge advertising budgets to promote their apps or other products and services. The mobile service is currently in beta and free to try. In addition to the ability to quickly and easily build these sites, Smore offers promotional tools like SEO optimization, email compatibility and more. Users have the option of using their own custom domain name or choosing a unique Smore address.

Once marketers or app developers put together their mobile flyers and send them out via email and social media, they can view basic analytics data with Smore’s built-in analytics tool. For those who want a more detailed look, Smore does support integration with Google Analytics, and it has plans to roll out more detailed built-in analytics tools in the future.

Smore launched its public beta earlier this year and has now helped thousands of small companies and even individuals launch online flyers. Though there are other DIY website builders similar to Smore, the focus on one-page, easy-to-build, easy-to-promote, design conscious sites makes Smore stand out from the crowd.

Those using the regular Smore website tool can build one-page sites for anything, not just apps. Content can include text, photos, videos, tweets, products, reviews, and more. And those sites can also be viewed on smartphones and other mobile devices.

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Annie Pilon - Staff Writer


Annie Pilon Annie Pilon is a staff writer for Small Business Trends, covering entrepreneur profiles and feature stories. She is a freelance writer specializing in marketing, social media, and creative topics. When she’s not writing for her various freelance projects or her personal blog Wattlebird, she can be found exploring all that her home state of Michigan has to offer.

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  1. Hey Annie, thanks for covering such a valuable informative article’s topic to write about because it is really a good deal for the newbies.

  2. Annie,
    Hello from a fellow Michigander. I enjoyed your article on Smore, but am concerned because the flier resides on Smore’s website. This means anyone who clicks on the flier is directed Away from your site to Smore.

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