CES can be overwhelming at times. That's why we've outlined a few questions many exhibitors have asked us over the years.
Before CES is the best time to prepare your website. Here's a few things you can do to ensure you're maximizing your traffic:
1) Install SSL on your site to make it secure
2) Implement Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel and Google Remarketing Tag (All for marketing purposes)
3) Ensure all links are properly working - especially ones pointing to your social media sites.
Things start to wind down around 3pm. That's a great time to make that first touch and show your appreciation for them seeing you.
You may find it helpful to invite key people to events you are doing later in the day/night such as a drinks, food or coffee.
Emails are gold. Especially personal emails.
When you're at CES, make sure you make a separate pile of business cards for investors, potential customers, etc.
Put all emails/info into a CSV and upload to a CRM (you can have a VA do this for you) and make sure to put out an email to each of the potential customers.
The next, and probably most important step, is to upload your CSV to Facebook Business Manager as a Custom Audience. This audience can be directly marketed to or you may create a Lookalike Audience based on their profiles.
Note: Facebook profiles will only be found if their email is a personal email (unless of course they signed up with Facebook with their business email).
Keep the momentum going. CES is a great opportunity to get the ball rolling so keep leads warm, investors updated and publications rolling in.
Answered questions that we frequently get each year at CES
Most of our clients find the cost somewhere between $10,000 upwards of even $130,000. When it comes to the price for custom app development, it completely depends on your app's requirements and what it will do. You should also think about iOS vs Android vs Web. Unless you opt to use a technology such as React Native, we build each app separately for each platform, using completely different code. So you'll need to factor that into the cost as well.
For websites, we typically see timelines between 2-3 weeks for design and 1-2 weeks after that for developing it into HTML. This totally depends ultimately on the site and how "custom" the design or animations are, but on average it takes about 1.5 months from start to finish.
No way! For every client we work with, we will give you an estimate for the total cost of your app. That estimate will determine your monthly cost and estimated total number of months for development. Any extra time or even potentially less, is billed/credited on a per hour basis after that.
For mobile apps, we develop in Swift for iOS, Java & Kotlin for Android. Our backends are usually based on PHP or Node, with web frontends being done in Angular or React. We also offer React Native for mobile which allows for cross platform deployment.
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