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The Difference Between Websites and Apps

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If you’re confused about whether your business needs an app or a website (or both), you should know the difference between the two, says Mobile Roadie CEO Michael Schneider. For starters, apps offer push notifications, which can allow you to reach customers on their smartphones and mobile devices. Apps also offer location-specific data about customers, and information about whether someone is logged into Facebook and Twitter.  

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