Tag: Growth Strategies

4 Ways to Boost Organic App Installs

Organic app installs are affordable to produce and pack a punch when it comes to value. I’m giving you 4 ways to boost your organic app installs. You’ll surely want to put these methods to use. There’s nothing to lose and only installs to gain.

Common Mobile App Marketing Mistakes

It comes at no surprise that many marketers tend to make fundamental mistakes when tackling mobile app marketing. Get on the right track by avoiding these commonly made mobile marketing mistakes

How to Reach Your Target Audience

You know what your target audience looks like. But that is not enough. How can you actually get the potential users to know about your app or to install it. We’re covering the platforms and strategies in this article.

How to Find Your Target Audience for Mobile Apps

A target audience is a group of people that your product or service is intended for. It is the foundation on which you build your design, development and marketing strategies. But how to build it? Find out here

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What are Mobile Ad Networks?

Monetization seems to be the end goal to everything these days. The app industry is no exception. In-app purchases, freemium models and what we’re going to discuss today, in-app ads are all widely practiced app monetization strategies.

Apple Search Ads: How to Optimize Keywords

Apple Search Ads is not only a lucrative paid channel but also one that will get you organic keyword uplift. To get the best bang for your buck, here are the Apple Search Ads keyword strategies you need to put into use.

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Top Mobile Games Marketing Strategies 2019

Having an actionable mobile game marketing strategy is crucial for mobile game success. That’s why I’m letting you in on the secret. This is how you get more players for your game.

What are Apple Search Ads?

Apple Search Ads, what are they and how can they help you grow your app? Let’s find out. Apple launched this ad feature only in October 2016 with the intention of helping app developers get their apps found by more specific audiences.