Apps make everyone’s lives a whole lot easier. Apps allow businesses to have direct communication with their audience through push notifications and give users instant access to content whenever they need it.
If you find yourself thinking, “I know I need an app for my business, but I’m not sure how to effectively utilize one for my business.”
I’m here to help you out.
Today, I’m breaking down a bunch of different niches and how you can effectively structure an app in each one.
- Coaching & Consulting
If you’re in the coaching or consulting niche, your app can be a valuable tool for your audience. Not only will you be able to share announcements with your users, but you will also be able to have a database full of all your valuable content for your users to access.
You can also offer your users the option to instantly book a session with you through your app. This will make your audience feel like they have total access to you at all times (which they will love!).
- Events & Speaking
An app can be beneficial in the events & speaking niches because it will allow your users to have access to your most up-to-date schedule for your upcoming events. You will be able to instantly update your schedule at any time so your audience knows exactly when and where your next event will take place!
You can also use your app to share livestreams/virtual events (since we are still kinda in a pandemic) and previously recorded events that users can watch at any time.
If you’re in the marketing niche, an app will allow you to share a ton of free content with your audience that is organized exactly the way you want it. Sharing free content on Youtube or Instagram is great, but it can make it hard for your audience to find the content they are looking for. Having an app makes this content easy to find and access instantly!
- Mindset & Spirituality
If you are in the mindset or spirituality niche, you can use an app to post daily quotes, verses, readings, or meditations for your users. Plus, this is a great way to utilize push notifications to remind your users to complete their daily readings or meditations.
If your business is in the food niche, you can use an app to share recipes, host cooking challenges, and share tips and tricks. If you own a restaurant, you can use your app to share your hours, location, and any promos you have going on.
- Courses & Training
If you have an online course or training program, an app will be valuable for your business in many ways. Not only will you be able to offer your users easy 24/7 access to your courses (because your course library will literally be in their pockets), you will also be able to create a “members area” in your app where you can offer exclusive content to your members and give them access to a community of other likeminded people.
- Health & fitness
An app can be super essential in the health and fitness niche. Since health is a lifestyle, your audience needs to be able to check-in and have access to tips, recipes, and workout videos at any point throughout the day. An app makes this possible!
You can even host challenges through your app and use push notifications to remind users to track their progress each day. This helps make it a fun and interactive experience for your users!
If your business in the writing niche, you can utilize an app by providing tips and resources to your audience, daily or weekly writing prompts, and writing challenges. Apps also make it easy for you to offer your users access to a community of other writers who can provide peer review or feedback on their writing.
An app can be a very vital part of your business if you structure it the right way. Hopefully, these examples helped you come up with some solid ideas for your app moving forward.
If I didn’t cover your niche and you’re still not sure how an app could be used in your business, leave a comment down below and I would love to help you out!