How to Convert Your Website to a Mobile Application
The last time I wrote about mobile applications it was about how you can create mobile applications without coding. I’m glad a lot of people who know nothing about programming have an alternative option to develop their tech ideas.
Now, some people have been asking me how they can make money from their mobile applications. I promised to shed more light on this soon. I feel there’s one more group of people I need to carry along before we talk about how to monetize your app.
This post is for people who already have a website. I know you’re reading this, I’m going to introduce you to how you can convert your website to a mobile application, enhance your mobile application with cool features, and have it available on Google and Apple stores, all with just a few clicks and within minutes.
After that (soon), we can discuss in detail, the various options available for you to earn from your mobile application. You can join my Cliq to stay updated.
Why you need a Mobile Application
The relevance of mobile applications in today’s growing tech economy cannot be overemphasized.
A Mobile application for your brand will enhance your brand reputation and exposure, promote better Communication and customer loyalty, and leads to better marketing and more money. And since it’s going to be on your customer’s device 24/7, you have a better chance that they’ll engage with you more often. It’s up to you to maximize your chances.
But above all also, you stand a better chance to earn more and have a stronger connection with your audience via mobile applications.
Website first, then mobile applications
Owning a functional website is one of the ways to establish your authority in the market and strategically build a reputation for your brand.
It is also a very good way to earn residual income.
So, If you own a website, that’s good. If you’re not making money from it, that’s not good.
A website is not just an online brochure of what you’re into, it should be a virtual representative for your Brand. It should be able to answer customer’s questions and perform basic repetitive tasks that you would normally have to do.
In short, this idea is for people who have a website that performs some basic functions, blogging is a perfect example.
In my book Digital Brand Marketing, I used the analogy of websites being building addresses in a world where the internet is a city. A building where no activity is performed is soon abandoned, the idea is to keep performing valuable activities in your building. That’s how you can attract more visitors.
A building where no activity is performed is soon abandoned, the idea is to keep performing valuable activities in your building. That’s how you can attract more visitors.
Warning: don’t convert your website into a mobile application if you don’t have enough traffic or download leads. It’ll be a waste of your effort and costs you more time to build the audience that will be willing to download your mobile application.
The best Websites to Mobile Applications conversion platform
I found a lot of interesting ways you can convert your website to a mobile application. I performed some experiments with the test periods I had on some platforms, and compared a lot of factors, like customer satisfaction, convenience, cost, ease and accessibility, before finally deciding on the best platform for you.
Web2application has a free version for testing and a very affordable fee of $14 (5,000 NGN) per month, compared to the likes of gonative.io where you might spend more than $20,000 per year.
Web2application has a lot of cool tech features including elementor widget and WordPress plugin. Common! That’s something no other platform can beat. This is because most people build their website with WordPress and Elementor. web2application really knows what you want, and they know you want to have the flexibility and creative freedom with your mobile application.
This is because most people build their website with WordPress and Elementor. web2application really knows what you want, and they know you want to have the flexibility and creative freedom with your mobile application.
You can watch this video to see how it works and click the link below to get started.
Remember: There’s a free version. You can test the waters before you jump in for the swim.
You can ask me questions in the comment section below.