Channels of preferred communication styles and the words they will use and you adapt to use to build rapport

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Visual

Memorise by seeing pictures and are less distracted by noise.  Often have trouble remembering and are bored by long verbal ‘instructions because their mind may wander.  They are interested by how the program looks.

V    Visual

People who are visual often stand or sit with their heads and/or bodies erect, with their eyes up.  They will be breathing from the top of their lungs.  They often sit forward in their chair and tend to be organized, neat, well-groomed and orderly.  They memorise by seeing pictures, and are less distracted by noise.  They often have trouble remembering verbal instructions because their minds tend to wander.  A visual person will be interested in how your program LOOKS.  Appearances are important to them. 

  • See
  • Look
  • View
  • Appear
  • Show
  • Dawn
  • Reveal
  • Envision
  • Illuminate
  • Imagine
  • Clear
  • Foggy
  • Focused
  • Hazy
  • Crystal
  • picture

Auditory

Typically are easily distracted by noise.  They can repeat things back to you easily & learn by listening.  They like music and like to talk on the phone.  Tone of voice and the words used can be important.

A    Auditory

People who are auditory will move their eyes sideways (remember Richard Nixon?).  They breathe from the middle of their chest.  They typically talk to themselves, and are easily distracted by noise.  (some even move their lips when they talk to themselves.)  They can repeat things back to you easily, they learn by listening, and usually like music and talking on the phone.  They memorise by steps, procedures, and sequences (sequentially).  The auditory person likes to be TOLD how they’re doing, and responds to a certain tone of voice or set of words.  They will be interested in what you have to say about your program.

  • Hear
  • Listen
  • Sound(s)
  • Make music
  • Harmonize
  • Tune in/out
  • Be all ears
  • Rings a bell
  • Silence
  • Be heard
  • Resonate
  • Deaf
  • Mellifluous
  • Dissonance
  • Question
  • Unhearing

Kinaesthetic

Often they talk slowly and breathy.  They respond to physical rewards & touching. They memorize by doing or walking through something.  They will be interested in a program that feels right or gives them a gut feeling.

K    Kinaesthetic

People who are kinaesthetic will typically be breathing from the bottom of their lungs, so you’ll see their stomach go in and out when they breathe.  They often move and talk verrry slooowly.  They respond to physical rewards, and touching.  They also stand closer to people than a visual person.  They memorize by doing or walking through something.  They will be interested in your program if it “feels right”.

  • Feel
  • Touch
  • Grasp
  • Get hold of
  • Slip through
  • Catch on
  • Tap into
  • Make contact
  • Throw out
  • Turn around
  • Hard
  • Unfeeling
  • Concrete
  • scrape
  • get a handle
  • solid

AD Auditory Digital

They spend a fair amount of time talking to themselves.  They memorize by steps, procedures, sequences. They will want to know the program makes sense.  They can also sometimes exhibit characteristics of other rep systems.

Auditory Digital (self talk, or labelling system)

This person will spend a fair amount of time talking to themselves.  They will want to know if your program “makes sense”.  The auditory digital person can exhibit characteristics of the other major representational systems.

  • Sense
  • Experience
  • Understand
  • Think
  • Learn
  • Process
  • Decide
  • Motivate
  • Consider
  • Change
  • Perceive
  • Insensitive
  • Distinct
  • Conceive
  • Know

4 Industries That Will Disappear Before the Year 2030

Levi Borba

They employ a quarter of the workforce, but in less than 10 years these jobs will be history.

Levi Borba Newswire June 2021

Future events are uncertain, and detailed information about times to come is impossible. But we can use current trends, technological innovation, and reliable information to predict likely scenarios.

During most of my career, this is what I did while working for global airlines.

It worked fine — most of the time we were right.

Predictions saved considerable money for these companies.

Saving money. In that lives the biggest benefit of futuristic reflections. Predictions are useful when we are planning our next investment or career choice.

The billionaire Bill Gates wrote a book called The Road Ahead twenty-six years ago.

There he predicts the impact of the Personal Computer revolution.

Many of these predictions materialised.

In the same book, there is also a phrase that stands true to this time.

We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.

Considering the technological, socio-economical, and environmental changes of the next years, here is the list of 4industries that likely will disappear (or become niche) before 2030.

Telemarketing

This form of marketing will fade due to automation, and also because it is often annoying and intrusive.

In 2017, the Guardian published an article predicting which jobs would disappear. Telemarketing had a 99% chance to be fully automated in 15 years.

Nearly 70% of B2B buyers go online to search for business solutions instead of waiting for a call. Today, if you call up a prospect with an offer, the chances of making a sale are less than 5%.

The majority will hang up the phone.

There are still over 8 thousand telemarketing companies in the USA, but the effectiveness of most of them is questionable.

Besides, their business is changing from offering products to services like credit collection.

Therefore, instead of a telemarketing operator interrupting your dinner to offer you a new credit card, soon we will only receive a call if we forget to pay for the credit card company.

Staffed retail

As with telemarketing, staffed retail will also fade because of increasing automation.

Take a look at the picture of any supermarket 10 years ago and compare it with the same place right now.

Chances are that the number of self-checkouts at least doubled, reducing the need for human cashiers.

As a result, it’s been estimated that the self-serve kiosk industry will be worth $34 billion (£27.5bn) by 2023.

While the demise of the cashier is not a secret (it is one of the 4 professions that will disappear in the near future), other retail-associated jobs are at risk, like sellers or cleaners.

Places like the automated stores from Amazon Go will be everywhere.

In fact, Amazon themselves declared they plan to expand from the current 30 non-staffed stores to over 3000.

This plan, coming from a company that earned $300 million just by developing a button, looks plausible.

Customers who have the Amazon Go app just need to enter the store, grab whatever they want and walk out with the items. Later, their account is charged.

Of course, few retail sectors will remain staffed. While people do not need help to buy their groceries, niche industries like luxury stores will opt for the personal touch of sales assistants.

Staffed banking

A few months ago, I asked all my friends in our chat group when was the last time they visited a physical bank.

Of the 8 respondents (yes, not an enormous sample size, I know), only one answered less than 1 month.

On average, the last time they stepped into a bank was 3 to 4 months ago.

Ask yourself the same question.

Ask your friends and family too.

There are exceptional cases still requiring the physical presence in a bank agency, like a few businesses or people who are not tech-savvy enough, but they are becoming a diminutive minority.

Finance leaders warned that those in customer service, middle and back-office roles likely will lose their places to computers soon. 

IHS Markit estimates that 1.3 million bank workers in the United States will be affected, and 500,000 in the United Kingdom.

A report from GP Bullhound revealed that 91% of people prefer to use an APP than go into a branch.

That includes me and most of my social circle.

Unless you feel some peculiar pleasure by waiting in lines (I will not judge), I bet you prefer to make bank payments remotely instead of driving to the local branch.

Travel Agencies

Of all the sectors in this article, if there is one that I bet will disappear not before 2030, but even before 2025, are travel agencies.

Or at least the ordinary travel agency.

Besides all the data (see more below), I base this guess on my observation as a Hotelier.

Only 4 years ago we still had a considerable share of our guests coming from travel agents. Today they are rare.

Most people make their reservations using portals like Booking.com, Hostelworld.com, Airbnb.com.

Others book direct, using the resources from Google Hotels or TripAdvisor.

Even elders do that now.

But imminent change is on their horizon as well, Winding TREE innovations will completely remove commission based portals, they simply will not be able to compete.

In 2017, a report from Local Data Company (LDC) revealed that 700 brick-and-mortar travel agencies closed up shop in the UK alone.

The research found that the biggest reason is the competition from OTAs (online travel agencies)and short-term rental companies such as Airbnb.

A few travel agencies will survive, mostly in niches like extreme-sports adventure travel or group holidays for pensioners.

Or to travel out of the earth, like the nascent but booming industry of space tourism.

For that, you will need a travel agency since there are no rooms at the International Space Station available at Airbnb !


App stores are almost certainly on the verge of redundancy.

” The vast majority of small business do not yet operate an APP. “

New generation APP’s are a hosted product under the control of the small business owner.

They are cheap to manufacture, replacing websites and massively move the focus away from search engines to natural distribution on smartphone social media.

New generation APP’s do not require a distribution hub.

A prediction: App stores are almost certainly on the verge of redundancy.

Footnote Interview : Will Nicholls Director of The Maltix partnership.

Maltix Partners: A small squad won’t cut it. You need an ARMY, fighting to fill your order book.

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by William Nicholls | Jun 2021 | Partner Programme | 

Social media is ultra-competitive. AdWords and SEO take time, budget and are not suited to engaging senior business people.

You need an ARMY to advocate for you as CAPTAIN using LinkedIn.

Think about these numbers:

  1. Linked-In allows 400 invitations per account per month
  2. 100 of those invitations will be accepted
  3. If the message and target is right, 15 of those will show interest
  4. Depending on the price, you might close 1-3

1-3 deals a month doesn’t sound like much… until you scale it:

An army of 12 = 1200 Linked-In invitations per week = 12-36 deals per month:

An army of 120 = 120,000 Linked-In invitations per week = 120-360 deals per month:

The Maltix Captain Programme available to Maltix Partners
  1. Where does this ARMY come from?
    Anyone who is willing and able to use their own, personal Linked-In profile to reach potential business decision makers. They grow their personal network and introduce the promise of problem solving within a business. So the following people could join your Linked-In Maltix Army: 
    • Employees or work colleagues.
    • Your existing network.
    • Family looking to make extra money.
    • We can introduce you to existing networks.
  2. How much time do they spend and how do they get paid?
    They spend just two hours a week inviting and sending Linked-In messages to an audience specified by you. As the Captain of your group, you pay your army a commission per deal signed
  3. Who controls the message? The Maltix APP is pre-populated, just follow the procedure.
    • The wording of the Linked-In invitation message
    • The wording of the Linked-In acceptance message
    • The wording of all follow-up messages
    • The quality of the landing page
    • The quality of the target audience advice ongoing.

  1. Who trains them?
    Maltix provides a video and training manual. The software is simple and a low-level of IT literacy is required. The only requirement is a desktop computer and about an hour to work through the training.
  2. How is it measured?
    We deploy software on each computer. The software contains the instructions for your army to execute on Linked-In. We can see how many Linked-In invitations they have sent out, how many accepted and then pass their good quality replies and responses to their Captain. This is called a HANDOVER.
  3. Who owns the resulting database?
    Depending on privacy laws in your country, ownership of the (potentially massive) database and re-using that database in the future are discussed on a case by case basis. Suffice to say, Maltix can pull all data that your Army has collected from Linked-In into a central location.
  4. Who handles support?
    Your army will receive basic training, just enough to execute instructions and answer simple FAQ’s. They will therefore provide first-tier support and refer all other questions and leads to their CAPTAIN.
  5. Do we spam people?
    Absolutely not. In fact, we do not hard-sell your event on Linked-In. Instead, the Linked-In messages carefully nurture a prospect using high-quality content. For example, a short video or a captivating landing page.

Captains are recruited from within the Maltix Partner Programme.

Want to deploy an army to introduce you to your high level clients as a Maltix CAPTAIN ?

ENROL HERE

First name: Last name: Email: Note:

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Automating a charity

Deafness charity

A conversation with William Nicholls MD Maltix App and QR brochure company.

What Is the National Association of the Deaf? The NAD is a non-profit organization that works to protect and promote the civil, human, and linguistic rights of deaf and hard of hearing people.

Over 400 members.

The charity wants to update their brochure, a perfect time to introduce automation, particularly banking, subscription and education.

They regularly host lectures, seminars, exhibitions and courses alongside social and fund raising work.

Automating a charity to control administration costs.

As a non profit organisation they are open minded, and like the idea of switching from a static website to a dynamic APP, well suited to their Smartphone subscribers.

Firstly, the brochure can be designed to directly connect to the Smartphone using smart QR codes.

It’s important not to duplicate future printing costs, this can be achieved with new generation Smart QR.

Will Nicholls impressed:

Want to change an infomercial, an educational video, subscription charges after print ?

No problem, all changes made are part of the service !

Maltix build or create every aspect of the choices available on the self help link below.

Secondly the NAD want to place QR with a call to action within their building and on social media.

Example of a call to action

12 month subscription
Example using a clear QR code connected to banking via a smart form page

That’s a two-pronged attack says Will Nicholls.

Firstly strategically framed and branded QR can connect from within the building.

( Advice on QR size and positioning part of the service )

Secondly, connecting QR to their new Charity APP enables their subscribers and family to distribute directly within their Social media channels.

“That couldn’t happen with old APPS, they have to be downloaded from the APP store”

Websites are not suited to social media distribution.

All has changed with the Maltix Progressive Web APP (PWA)

In a Committee meeting all the options of what can be achieved were listed.

In fact, Maltix Partners use a smart form page as an aid in consultation, William was more than happy to share.

A little knowledge is everything, let your imagination explore the possibilities.

So many ideas!

Take a look!

Go ahead, tick the boxes, CLICK SUBMIT the email goes to your in box for future reference.

Self help prompt, what can I connect QR to in my business or organisation ?

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The competition has stolen your staff.

Hotel Directors

Hotel Directors listen up.

Amazon and Supermarkets have stolen half your staff.

The few you have left are stuck doing annoying admin and jobs they didn’t sign up for.

Will Nicholls
William Nicholls Director Maltix.

Thought Leader: William Nicholls

The competition has stolen your staff.

Technology isn’t here to replace human interaction.

The Hotel industry is in a recruitment crisis.

Covid hasn’t just cut guest numbers, it’s sent staff packing back to their countries… where they’ve stayed.

And they are not coming back.

Added to the nightmare is the local supermarkets and online retailers like Boohoo, Amazon and top supermarkets are paying better wages than hospitality.

Hotel staff are spending time multi-tasking, doing manual administration and tasks not originally in their job description.

And not focusing on their area of expertise or looking after the guest experience, which doesn’t always allow for an engaged workforce.

The only solution to this dilemma is using technology that powers your guest experience from beginning to end.

You can’t avoid it any longer – you need to make better and more efficient use of technology that will save your staff from doing time-consuming jobs and manual tasks,

Here are pain points that we hear time and again.

Will occupancy return to 2019 levels?

Does it matter?

You need to be at the top of your game regardless.

Staycations are booming at the moment, but are they going to be consistent?

The travel industry is going to change as international travel opens up and occupancy rates are bound to improve.

  • Have you ensured your technology will future-proof your business?
QR resurgence
QR Smartphone resurgence ( Dummy )
  • Technology has changed hospitality forever.

    The hospitality industry has relied on manual processes and staff to operate hotels and restaurants. Progressive Web APP’s (PWA) are designed specifically for the Smartphone user.

Does your hotel still rely on these manual processes ? you’re behind the curve.

Technology such as contactless check-in, APP food-ordering , Room service and bookings are now the norm, and will be expected by a large portion of your target market, ON THEIR SMARTPHONE.

  • A number of hotels have technology at their fingertips they aren’t making the most of. Having an integrated CRM system, for example, can be a powerful tool to use your guests data to market to them using upselling and cross-selling campaigns, using SMS and APP notifications allied to digital loyalty cards.

  • The technology available for your hotel can change the way you speak to your customers, and generate more revenue for you.
Room service
Room service off your clients phone
  • New normal and Covid readiness

    Covid has changed the face of the hospitality industry forever.
  • Guests are more concerned about safety than they have been before, and you need to make sure your hotel is as safe and reassuring for nervous guests as possible.

  • Using contactless technology, for example, will reduce the points of human-to-human contact, putting your guests at ease.
  • It also focuses on business flow, logic and touch points for happier customers within your Hotel.
CRM connected to APP
CRM connected to APP
  • The online experience is not about googled websites !

    According to our research, 55% of millennials research their holiday destinations on Facebook or Instagram.

  • You need to ensure that your online platforms (APP and social media presence) are accessible and enticing, and will draw your target market’s attention to choosing your hotel for their stay.
Social media share
Shareable discounts and promotions

  • APP in APP tools are essential for clients sharing your deals, vouchers, promotions and loyalty card naturally on social media.
Point your camera to QR
Instantly connect paper to Smart phone
  • Adopting social media as your natural APP distribution ledger is dramatically different to the tactics of SEO and Google search

Contact
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/wnicholls
Email: admin@maltix.co.uk

Book a Zoom call. Directors only please.

The Real Estate industry is resting on its laurels.

red herring

It wasn’t that long ago that Estate Agent offices disappeared and consolidated on the back of huge jumps in interest rates.

Now we have a Government manipulated property market alongside money so cheap it beggars belief.

But those are not the Laurels under scrutiny today, this market could last for years and whether prices continue to rise or fall a bit, thats irrelevant to the Millennials aged 20 to 50.

Julia Skern observations as a new house owner purchased on her Smartphone.

“We are not old enough to remember any corrections or problems in the property markets, its a none sequitur in fact it’s a red herring.

Julia Skern posted her joy of discovering and purchasing her new house on her Smartphone.

A republished Newswire article.

I’m 33 years of age, I know !

red herring
Bayr ny Skeddan , my red door on the Herring Way Isle of Man.

The Real Estate industry is resting on its laurels.

More than 70 percent of today’s buyers search for homes online using their Smartphone.

From blockchain to quality video tours, technology is shaping the real estate industry for the better.

Now is the time to focus on the Millennials expectations and that will hedge against any bumps in the market place for sure.

They love moving pictures to send to their friends on social media and they adore connecting to QR codes for property videos.

If they love it, then Property Agents can feel their love with a little focus on change.

“I noticed a wee Agents window in my village had made the effort to connect to my phone, and I bought the house.”


An article from Julia Skern a surfing and observational writer originally from Cornwall who has just bought her first house on the Isle of Man.

Julian Skern: Newswire article 2021

Restaurant food is not enough.

Shop window dislplays

An article focusing on clientele perception as a route to market.

Lord Sainsbury was the Chairman of a major supermarket chain in the UK.

He was once asked:

“Is the Sainsbury’s supermarket offering for the middle classes or for everybody “

He answered:

“Everybody”

The interviewer stated categorically “His brand would be damaged irreparably”

Many argue to this day that the brand never recovered from that statement.

So how a Business owner or Chairman perceives his clientele is critically important.

Using restaurateurs as an example, it’s probable that route to market and the target clientele will define the prosperity of a huge swathe of eating establishments in the future.

Especially if a restaurateur wants to do business with the majority section of potential clientele on their smartphone.

Much like Lord Sainsbury defining his supermarkets were “a shop for all”

A Restaurateur must firstly define if he can afford to wait for the customers to return.

Because if he cannot he has choices.

Restaurant food is not enough.

One: Are we a dining restaurant only and probably go bust ?

Two: Can we offer take away food?

Three: Can we deliver food?

Many restaurants have chosen to wait, but they cannot wait any longer, they are bleeding cash.

Some food establishments have opted for somebody else’s business model such as Bolt or Wolt, Deliveroo, Just eat and the like.

The upside of this is that your target clientele or who you perceive as your new customer base is relatively happy ordering on their Smartphone.

The downside is that the Restaurateur is paying 30% of the food cost directly to somebody else’s business model.

Secondly:

The food delivery business model is built on data capitalisation.

In other words the individual Restaurateur is donating his/her client data to another business model for FREE.

Restaurateurs do have other options:

One: invest in their own delivery APP

Two: Use the features and components of the APP to satisfy their Smartphone user target audience.

Use QR, SMS, Notifications, Driver notification, digital loyalty card, low cost payment gateway, APP in APP hosting, opt for a non-downloadable Progressive Web APP

Three: Retain and recycle their clients data.


Launching a food delivery APP for profit.

PWA blog

Questions and Answers

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How DARK kitchens steal food delivery business.

Ghost kitchen

ghost or DARK kitchen is a delivery-only restaurant.

Other names are virtual kitchenshadow kitchen or commissary kitchen.

Our favourite is DARK kitchen.

Sound much more sinister doesn’t it ?

Almost ominous.

A DARK kitchen differs from a virtual restaurant.

A DARK kitchen is not necessarily a restaurant brand in itself.

A kitchen space and facilities for more than one restaurant brand

With more than one food offering.

This kitchen contains the kitchen equipment and facilities needed for the preparation of restaurant meals.

And has no dining area for walk-in customers.

Lower costs incurred by using kitchen facilities located outside of high-rent, high-foot-trafficked urban locations.

Dark kitchens have emerged as a business model in response to the rapid growth in consumer demand for restaurant delivery meals.

This frees up parking taken by the delivery vehicles, and allows them to enter new postcodes at low cost.

An opportunity for DARK kitchens to develop multi ethnic menus.

Compete directly with established restaurants in their back yard.

Using a DARK kitchen allows established restaurants with dining-in service to expand their delivery operations without adding stress to the existing kitchen.

How to set up a dark kitchen
How to set up a dark kitchen

How DARK kitchens steal food delivery business.

Individuals can set up a DARK kitchen to start their own brand, which is identified with their own online restaurant.

Each DARK kitchen has its own Progressive Web APP on a set of sub domain names delivering singular food styles or multi offerings into specific postcode delivery areas.

Every takeaway container has a dedicated APP QR code on its lid with a clear call to action for repeat orders.

This is where the DARK side of owning a PWA really becomes distributive.

A Progressive Web APP is incredibly cheap to own and host.

There is no room for the vanity of restaurateurs .

Most restaurants actual name is easily forgotten.

Much more likely a Smartphone user will search Indian food Frogmore street or Pizza Cardiff west or Fish and chips Brighton seafront.

Perfect for the Black kitchen to weave its work.

All the tools for repeat business !


PWA investment
PWA investment

BLACK kitchen requirements.

Own their own Progressive Web APP.

Manage their own drivers.

Define their postcode area.

Control their own payment and banking.

Print QR codes onto sticky labels.

Retain their client DATA for SMS and notification campaigns.

Get creative with their integral Digital loyalty card.

Cook competitively price quality food.


Questions and Answers BLOG.

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Launching a food delivery APP for profit BLOG.

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Launching a food delivery APP for profit.

Making the right commercial choices to invest in a food delivery APP is the start of an exciting journey.

Selecting a Progressive Web APP professionally hosted with well thought out components is one thing.

Launching a food delivery APP for success is another.

Take a Coffee break read and discover how to launch a food delivery PWA for PROFIT.

Restaurant premises.

Your PWA have it covered.

It has all the tools for:

Table booking .

Table service

Menu

Payment.

QR in your restaurant is the new normal

Home Delivery.

Your decision to invest in a PWA food delivery system is probably based on the ridiculous delivery costs of the delivery companies.

30 % of your profits on every delivery is no joke.

And to make matters worse these companies are adding YOUR client data to their business model for valuation proposes.

You may also be looking to head off Ghost kitchens stealing your postcode business.

Our initial advice : Continue to use your food delivery companies to launch your own APP.

Having a plan based on best practice is essential.

The essential APP components are the tools of your trade:

Notifications.

Every client who downloads your PWA or even touches your PWA agree to future free notifications.

You can send notifications to everyone for free !

IDEAS:

Early doors: 6 to 7 pm home delivery Monday to Thursday for 20% off

SMS included in your hosting package.

Add all new and existing telephone numbers to back office.

IDEAS:

Order your Home delivery for the big game and receive a free £10 coupon for your next order.

Email marketing:

IDEAS:

Export your emails into a regular newsletter campaign with coupons and deals

Digital loyalty cards.

IDEAS:

Free bottle of wine with all order over £75

Free main course with your 5th order.

QR codes on your packaging.

IDEAS:

Your PWA has a dedicated QR attached to it.

Print off QR onto sticky labels and attach to every single food delivery carton that leaves your premises.

Add a call to action: Order direct for 10% discount….forever.


Food home delivery APP Q & A

PWA blog

“Delivery packaging QR with a call to action”

Packaging QR

Click for investment guide:

Why pay 30% delivery fee

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Smartphones have become dominant.

Never the twain shall meet

This is problem for small business.

Websites are predominantly built for research.

APP’s are built for sharing and two way comm’s

“Never the twain shall meet”

Smartphones have become dominant, the answer.

Smartphone users are demanding new experiences that a website was never designed to fulfill.

APP in APP especially

Maltix is showcasing the all new Progressive Web APP or PWA.

A PWA is very light on its feet, and doesn’t clog up Smartphone memory.

Super fast and actually works offline in tunnels or with poor reception.

A PWA gives the manager exciting two way options to engage a Smartphone user.

The PWA “APP in APP hosting ” is the secret to explosive growth for small business.

And distributes on its own merits through social media. Some industry specific examples

Perfect for small business promotions & ideas that focus on customer satisfaction.

And advanced business management, e.g filling quiet slots, sales, promotions, deals etc

A PWA enables your business distribution via social media.

Happy clients refer off their phone to their friends and their friends friends.

No APP store required !

Your PWA has wings , we say it’s as infectious as laughter !


The benefits for small business focusing on customer service.

Good news

Customer service is key to the sales cycle.

The new Progressive Web APP enables the Smartphone referral on social media.

A PWA has the ability to dramatically reduce expenditure on SEO and marketing.

Social media is the natural distribution ledger for a PWA.

The challenge.

The expectations of the Millennial and Z Gen Smartphone user.

They will control market share by 75% within 5 years.

And demand immediacy and succinct continuity with a focus on A to Z business on one device.

More good news

A PWA appears as a website on a PC and an APP on a Smartphone.

It doesn’t have to be downloaded and works offline.

“touch it and you’ve got it technology”

Packed full of communication technology that’s expected by the Smartphone user.

Very good news

Your existing website can stay as is.

The PWA runs off your website URL and automatically snaps into action on a Smartphone.

Maltix joins up the dots for your new PWA.

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