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How Advertisers Can Use No-Code Platforms to Stay Relevant With Their Customers

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Traditionally, creating marketing materials would require in-depth coding and design skills, which can be pretty costly when making them on a large scale. However, as technology develops, there has been a transition to using platforms where coding has already been done, allowing users to create their designs with a more user-friendly interface. These no-code platforms make advertising better and more accessible for both companies and consumers.

No-code platforms are a recent innovation in technology that has allowed anyone to step into design. These tools allow creators to design without the coding skills that were previously required to yield similar results. Intuitive drag-and-drop systems make it easier for the average consumer to create designs that are of professional quality without requiring the level of work or financial investment that an actual professional designer would necessitate.

Most of these no-code platforms originated in the field of web design, created to allow business people and other individuals without an extensive coding background to build websites quickly. That said, web design is not the only field in which no-code platforms can be helpful. New software has come out which allows designers to use these same drag-and-drop principles to create other materials like graphics, interactive elements, and other advertising materials used to drum up engagement.

Critics of no-code platforms have claimed that this type of tool causes homogeneity and genericism. While that may have been true when the technology was first introduced, recent developments have shown that this is no longer the case. There are many more features for customization in many of today’s tools, and the result is a product that feels more individualistic and represents the brand more effectively.

Beyond the core draw of the convenience and ease of use of no-code platforms, there are several benefits to no-code platforms for both the company and its customers. Using no-code tools speeds up the process compared to the typically slow and costly process of coding from scratch. This means companies can stay on top of trends and be ahead of the curve with a simplified workflow. Especially when resources are limited, this can be very helpful in reducing the strain on the marketing team.

One of the more significant benefits of using no-code platforms for advertising is that they can increase customer engagement. Most recent no-code marketing tools have emphasized interactivity in forms like polls and trivia. It’s known that consumers tend to have more engagement with advertisements that require an action from them, but the coding to pull this off can be rather complex. No-code platforms eliminate that difficulty for designers and make them accessible rather than an expensive luxury.

Additionally, the use of no-code products for advertising helps increase customer satisfaction. The intuitive creator experience translates to the user with an experience that is much easier and more desirable. Consumers don’t want to see boring ads made the traditional way — they want the fun and innovative marketing that can be made with this type of software. These designs can make it to where a consumer doesn’t even feel like they are looking at an advertisement, but something that represents the brand while still offering a service of its own.

No-code platforms benefit advertisers in several ways by letting them create better, more engaging results for less of an investment. It’s more important than ever to make advertising that leaves an impression on the consumer, and the best way of doing that is to create something interactive and attention-grabbing. The capabilities of new no-code platforms allow advertisers to focus on their audience in ways that were impossible before.

About the author


Gil Rabbi

Gil Rabbi is one of Israel's digital pioneers, founder & CEO of Storycards, The no-code platform for engagement products, and Founder of Rabbi Interactive. He was chosen among the most influential people in the “40 under Forty list for 2018”, and for one of the 100 most influential people in the digital fields in 2016. His focus over the past decade has been developing interactive technologies that make users stay longer on sites and apps. He’s been featured in International Business Times, Entrepreneur, Israel National News, and more.