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6 Ideas To Leverage Augmented Reality For Marketing & Sales

Author: Andrew Makarov, Head of Mobile Development at MobiDevPost by Andrew Makarov,

Head of Mobile Development at MobiDev

Augmented reality is capable of delivering some of the most exciting advances in marketing since the very introduction of the internet. Business applications for this tech aren't just limited to the design or presentation space; indeed, some of the best uses for augmented reality can increase sales, maximize customer engagement, and improve customer satisfaction. By connecting users to the products they buy in a real, visual way, you can bridge the gap between your intended audience and the products or services you sell

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