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Problems We Solve

K-12 Schools

1. You’re struggling with parent communication.

2. Your staff spends too much time answering the same questions over and over again.

3. Parents aren’t reading or engaging with the communications you send out.

Small Businesses

1. You’re struggling to find new customers.

2. You’re losing existing customers.

3. You know you need to do something to improve your business, but you aren’t sure what to do.

Employee Engagement

1. Your employees aren’t as productive as you need them to be.

2. Employee turnover is costing you time and money.

3. You need to increase profitability.
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What Our Clients Say About Us

"Castle Rock Middle School has had an amazing experience working with Rialto Mobile. Our app is user friendly, visually and aesthetically pleasing and has been such a powerful communication tool for us this year. Using the app for push notifications such as snow days and spirit nights has proved to be really powerful and valuable. Rialto Mobile is incredibly responsive and has helped us with any request we have pitched at them. This is a superb product with a ton of resources and support."
Lee-Ann Hayen, Principal
Castle Rock Middle School
"The mobile app is a central component of Pine Creek’s communication system and feedback from our parents and students has been overwhelmingly positive. Parents, students, and staff love the convenience, ease-of-use, and professional appearance. We’ve brought together our website, student resources, newsletters, push messaging, staff directory, and more in one place. Working with Tim Fitzpatrick and Rialto to develop our app could not have gone more smoothly. At each step of the process, Rialto was responsive and supportive, and the ongoing support has been equally impressive. This mobile app is a must-have for schools looking for ways to improve communication with the larger school community."
Levka Craft, Assistant Principal
Pine Creek High School
"I just have to say what a wonderful resource our app is for our community! All our school information is literally at the fingertips of the parents and students of our school...Use of the app has reduced phone calls to the office and the feedback from our parents has been overwhelmingly positive."
Andrea McNamara, Principal's Secretary
Cougar Run Elementary
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The Rialto Mobile Marketing Blog

By Tim Fitzpatrick 19 Sep, 2017
What exactly is online reputation management (ORM)?

ORM means you choose to take an active role in managing the online reviews for your business. It's about proactively seeking to get positive reviews for your business and minimizing the damage of any negative reviews.

The importance of online reviews for your small business can't be understated. If you aren't convinced, here are a few statistics from a recent BrightLocal Survey that may change your mind.

  • 84% of people trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation

  • 90% of consumers read less than 10 reviews before forming an opinion about a business

  • 73% of consumers think that reviews older than 3 months are no longer relevant

  • 74% of consumers say that positive reviews make them trust a local business more

These stats highlight the importance of managing your online reviews and having a system in place (online reputation management) to make sure your online reviews are helping you grow your business. 

If your business doesn't have a strong positive online review presence this needs to be one of your first priorities.  Why? Because most consumers will go online to check out your business before making a buying decision. If you have a lack of positive reviews, out of date reviews, or a low rating this will significantly impact their opinion of your business.

If you are spending money advertising and you haven't first squared away your online reputation management you could be wasting money. Get your online reviews squared away to ensure you make a great first impression that leads people to choose you.

Another often overlooked aspect of reputation management is that prospective customers aren't the only people checking out your company online. Referral partners and vendors/suppliers may also be looking at your online reviews...reputation management is not something you can simply ignore. You've got to proactively take control to ensure your business is perceived accurately online.

To help you get started with your online reputation management we've put together some tips.
By Tim Fitzpatrick 28 Aug, 2017
How important is school to parent communication? Whether you ask parents or school administration, communication will be high on the list of importance for most people.

Communication is a funny thing though. It seems like it should be pretty easy to communicate with people, right? As most of us know this is hardly ever the case. There are so many ways our messages can get lost in translation and so many different personality types.

How do you prefer to communicate with parents? For most schools, the popular communication channels seem to be email, phone, website and some social media. No matter what channels you prefer to use there are 3 secrets to ensuring your communication is top notch.

Implement these 3 secrets and your communication with parents will have a solid foundation.
By Tim Fitzpatrick 21 Aug, 2017
How are you spending your marketing dollars to acquire new customers? Content marketing? PPC? SEO? There is no shortage of ways to acquire new customers.

What are you doing to engage those new customers once they start doing business with you? Many of you will say "very little" or "nothing". You can spend as much money as you want to acquire new customers, but if you neglect to engage those customers once they start doing business with you then you are leaving money on the table.

How can you engage your existing customers?   Use a mobile app.

A mobile app is not a great tool for every small business. Check out one of our past articles for a more in-depth look to help you determine if an app is right for your business: The Only Reason Your Small Business Shouldn't Create a Mobile App .

However, if an app is a good fit for your small business you will find it to be a fantastic tool for creating customer loyalty, customer engagement, and customer retention. Should you decide to create an app for your business, the first step to take is to make sure you work with a qualified mobile app provider.

A qualified app provider will be able to guide you through the app creation process, help you market your app and offer the ongoing support you need to ensure your app is successful.

Keep these 5 tips in mind as you go through the process. They will help ensure your app becomes the customer engagement tool you need and want it to be.
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