Zoomd Opens Platform to SMEs, Enabling Them to Market
Zoomd announces it will open its platform to mobile app-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and agencies, enabling them to market to over 200 million devices through the Company’s streamlined and centralized marketing campaign dashboard
Zoomd Technologies Ltd. and its wholly-owned subsidiary Zoomd Ltd., the marketing tech (MarTech) user-acquisition and engagement platform, announces it will be offering its user acquisition campaign management platform to app-centered small and medium enterprises (SME). App-centered SMEs, comprised primarily of indie developers and agencies, will be able to use the Company’s platform to execute tailored and specified mobile user acquisition campaigns on more than 600 media channels, many of which are limited by their native marketing tools.
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Prior to this latest expansion of its platform, Zoomd offered app-based SMEs a handful of media channels through which to run mobile marketing campaigns. As a result of the expansion of the platform, SMEs will be able to reach more than 200 million devices on more than 600 channels. SMEs that will use Zoomd’s platform will be able to design campaigns to suit their digital marketing objectives －be it app installs, user engagement, or any other type of campaign that is technically practicable on Zoomd’s platform.
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“We are excited to open up the opportunity to small and medium businesses to use our wide-reaching and objective-enabling dashboard,” says Zoomd Chairman and Co-Founder Amit Bohensky. “Our platform’s flexibility and wide-reaching nature will allow app-based, SME digital marketers to realize their goals, opening up new horizons for Zoomd in the app business community.
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