The Mail Online- Daily News, Affiliate Marketing News, Advice and Tutorials
The Mail Online- Daily News, Affiliate Marketing News, Advice and Tutorials
Breaking News
Clickbooth Announces Two Events for Affiliate Summit New York 2015
Clickbooth announces two events for Affiliate Summit New York 2015 The [...]
Mailers Earning Highest ROI with Mobile Email Offers
The industry is buzzing with recent reports on the effectiveness [...]
A Brief History of Email – Little Known Facts!
Without email, affiliate marketing would not have grown into the [...]
Top 10 Tips for Effective SEO Campaigns in 2015
For good reason, search engine optimization remains one of the [...]
Clickbooth Invalidates Essociate Patent Claims
Sarasota, FL,  February 12, 2015 – On February 11, 2015, [...]
Digital Marketing Mistakes to Avoid
Digital marketing campaigns are a great way to grow an [...] has Made Buying Traffic Easier than Ever Before
A division of Media Breakaway, LLC, The Parking Place revolutionized [...]
5 Effective Ways to Split Test Digital Marketing Campaigns
Split testing is the best way to make a good [...]
How to Create a Successful Content Marketing Campaign
Advertisers have better potential of seeing high conversion rates with [...]
Current Trends in Online Advertising
According to a recent study done by Forrester Research, online [...]

During TheMail’s time at the Mobile Conference World convention last week, we were able to speak with a number of mobile app industry leaders and learn about what’s currently happening in the mobile marketing space. One of the interesting conversations we had was with CloudXtension CEO Gaurav Saran, who told us how his company is creating brand-specific apps that are custom tailored to the specific needs (or marketing strategies) of individual advertisers.

CloudXtension is a leading professional services and solutions company that specializes in mobile and cloud application development. The company’s mobile development expertise is expansive, covering all major platforms from iPhone/iPad, to Android, to HTML5, BlackBerry, Windows, and Symbian. CloudXtension enables its clients to design, develop, and deploy your mobile applications and optimize the application development by leveraging leading cloud platforms such as Azure, Amazon, and

When we asked Gaurav how CloudXtension is able to help advertisers engage users and increase the reach of their mobile ad spend, he said that it’s his company’s versatility and ability to create a successful app for any brand’s needs.

“For the advertising industry, mobility is one of the key areas for them to really expand and really get their word out,” Saran explained. “We enable the advertising industry by building specific applications, whether it be publication apps, whether it be reward programs, coupons…anything around mobility. So we can make those custom applications, along with a host of products that we provide specific to advertisers.”

It’s companies like CloudXtension who are truly enabling advertisers to successfully venture into the mobile space because they are able to provide custom made, brand-specific apps for any and all advertiser needs. To find out more about CloudXtension, their technology, and how their helping advertisers make money in the mobile space, check out the full interview with Gaurav at the top of the page, and visit their website at

For more performance marketing stories and exclusive content, make sure to like TheMail on Facebook, follow onTwitter, subscribe on YouTube, and sign up for our Email newsletter.

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

Facebook Twitter YouTube 

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>