MOBILE APP MARKETING
Gallus Mobile App Marketing.
Your Golf Course: There's an app for that...
A Gallus mobile app for your course gives you the key to unlock new growth, increase revenues, and ensure the future success of your golf club. Take a look at a mobile app as the perfect way to engage your member or customer while at the same time utilizing the many features associated with the app to market to these same individuals. As distributors of the app across North America, we are pleased to introduce you to Gallus Golf, the #1 Golf App Company in the entire business.
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Your Golf Course App
The app provides a link between you, each golfer, and all their friends. This is a brand new way to exponentially increase your ability to reach more customers and create a buzz about your course. The features in your app (as shown below) are built around this concept, leverage the power of Social Media, and they will continue to grow. New technologies are always emerging and improving, and so will your app. We are constantly coming up with new ways to develop new features that will be fun for your golfers and also provide additional marketing power for your course.
Smartphones, Mobile Apps, and Social Media are 3 of the fastest growing technologies available today. The successful golf clubs of tomorrow will learn to embrace and integrate these technologies to attract more customers and create new revenue opportunities. The golf clubs that fail to recognize this will miss out on an extraordinary opportunity.
Smartphones are already the majority technology used by Core golfers (61%) and that percentage is growing rapidly.
Smartphone app users more than doubled from 2009 to 2010 from 18 million to 38 million users.
Over 62% of smartphone owners have downloaded apps on their device within the last 30 days.
The 18-34-year-old age group has led smartphone penetration since 2009.
From 1990 to 2006, golf has lost more than 1.5 million golfers in the 18-34 Age Group, and numbers have continued to indicate little improvement in golf participation from that Age Group.