3 Tricks That Boost Your Mobile App Downloads
The holidays are upon us. For small businesses, that means the annual stress of going head-to-head with big-name competitors who always put the pocket dough before the pie dough, rolling out Black Friday deals on Tuesday (or worse). It’s rough to keep up, especially when all the price-cuts and overworked employees undermine the meaning of the holidays for you. Regardless, it is important to get your foot in the door with new customers during this time, and the best way to do that.
Giving Away an App Can Lead to Long Term Growth
They say if you’re good at something, never give it away for free; but what if I told you that free apps aren’t free? You’re not giving away an app out of the goodness of your heart (unless you’d like to). Instead, by building an app for free, you’re creating an opportunity for new revenue streams and clients. Never give away an app without knowing exactly what you’re getting back in return. Monthly recurring revenue, sponsorship, referrals and lead generation are all.
Mobile Apps To Be Included In Google Search Indexing
For the most part, what Google wants, Google gets. And starting in 2016, Google wants to change how apps will be ranked through their app indexing. All SEO agencies need to pay close attention to what is on the horizon. Recently the tech mogul announced that within Android, it can now organize and rank app-only web content; this is content that has no web counterpart and only exists within the app itself. Now that Google ranks app-only content apps in a mobile search, the users.
If Time Is Money; Think Annual
If time is money, does that mean money is time? If that holds true, then you should commit more time to make more money — right? The same idea can be put to use when it comes to subscription models; many companies offer solely monthly plans. The monthly price option seems friendlier and lacks the hefty commitment to reduce friction for new customers. With that being said, a company can use both monthly and annual pricing plans to boost revenue. Monthly payments may be the.
How to Market Your Mobile App
Congrats! You just published your first app to the app store, now what? Interaction is key for any app, but especially a new one. Without it, your app will fail. The entire purpose of having a mobile app for your business is to increase customer interaction, loyalty and (most importantly) sales. But so many don’t know how to properly promote their app. That’s what we’re here for. Here are a couple ways to help get your app on your customers’ phones: Print.