|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 03:05 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RocketDriver, a leading mobile solutions and infrastructure provider, has experienced phenomenal growth over the last several months. Based on the ongoing, skyrocketing popularity and ubiquity of mobile devices, the company expects its growth to continue for the foreseeable future. "The mobile industry has been going full-speed ahead for some time," said Mike Rossi, one of RocketDriver's founders. "Currently, we're pushing to raise awareness about the exciting opportunities that are presented by this incredible growth. Our business model works precisely because mobile is bigger than ever, and it's getting even bigger all the time."
There are many entrepreneurs worldwide looking for genuine business opportunities. "Once we share the most current statistics about mobile use and other key facts of the explosive mobile industry, interest tends to be piqued tremendously by the entrepreneurs that are interested in starting a viable business," said Rossi. RocketDriver is currently focusing much of its marketing efforts on raising awareness about the incredible profit potential and other perks of selling its state-of-the-art mobile products.
RocketDriver has been developing a variety of marketing materials that are geared toward sharing crucial information with prospective resellers and partners. Some of the statistics that are being used in these materials include:
- According to eMarketer, an estimated 4.55 billion people will be using mobile phones in 2014.
- As reported by Morgan Stanley, 91 percent of adults keep their smartphones within easy reach.
- eMarketer also reports that, between 2013 and 2017, mobile phone penetration will rise from 61.1 percent to 69.4 percent of the total global population.
These facts have many important ramifications for business owners. "Considering the fact that more than 4.5 billion people will own mobile phones this year, a business simply can't go without having an effective mobile website," noted Rossi. It's not just that lots of people own mobile phones; it's also that they're increasingly using those devices to search for the things they want and need. According to SearchEngineLand, nine out of 10 mobile searches lead to action, and more than half lead to sales. "The bottom line is that business owners can't afford to ignore the importance of having viable mobile presences," added Rossi.
Where does RocketDriver factor in to all of this? The company is the only white-label mobile solutions provider that truly offers a total turnkey solution with, designers, programmers and support personnel. More importantly, RocketDriver provides motivated entrepreneurs with a rich array of tools that allow them to quickly and easily start earning considerable profits by selling RocketDriver mobile products. "We provide everything an entrepreneur needs to hit the ground running," said Rossi. "Unlike many other business opportunities, ours revolves around technology that is growing exponentially in popularity. Mobile is here to stay. If anything, the opportunities for entrepreneurs are going to become bigger and better as time goes by, and they're already considerable."
RocketDriver continues to compile statistics and information regarding the increasingly widespread use of mobile technology. Meanwhile, it strives to impress the importance of mobile websites and responsive web design on business owners. "We provide mobile solutions that allow companies to establish a single online presence that renders correctly across all platforms," said Rossi. "The benefits for business owners are incredible, and the benefits for our partners are incalculable." Additional statistics about mobile usage and more in-depth information about RocketDriver and its products and services are available on the company's website at www.rocketdriver.com.
CONTACT: Mike Rossi, [email protected], 212-548-4433
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