Facebook App Development From Scratch
The world's largest social network. Over a billion users. Around 550 million of them using apps. Is your app one of them?Not every one needs an app. Not every app needs to be social. But Facebook just provided a lot more motivation for marketers to include a social hook in any app made for Facebook and mobile devices.
Facebook and Facebook's app ecosystem does not need any introduction.
Companies and brands whose target market falls in the typical Facebook user demographic have stuck gold with well designed Facebook apps. Beyond likes and shares, Facebook apps can help you get more engaged users, increased traffic to your own website and spikes in revenue.
But designing Facebook apps is not the same as designing a mobile app or a site. There are a number of factors in play here. You have to
Facebook will soon generate a billion social actions every hour. The boost has to do with changes to Open Graph.
It is time to take your idea or business to a social networking level. Developing a Facebook application is no easy task and should be considered with the same depth as a new website (or more).Why Facebook Apps?
There are many reasons why you may want to consider using Facebook apps. They can provide communication between your customers and your customer service team, allow people to sign up for and receive your newsletter or provide your customers with special rewards.
Each of these uses can help you create a deeper relationship with your customers and foster brand loyalty. If you use a fangate to conceal the content on strategic app tabs from non-fans, you can also increase the number of likes your Page is getting.
Why this course?
Gautam is a Web Application Developer and an astonishing entrepreneur, Gautam's work experience includes back-end DBA, PHP Programmer, and more than 4 years of solid experience in Information Security after being Certified as Information Security Expert. He has been teaching online for more 3 years.
Gautam loves to help people break down learning barriers.