This is probably the easiest way to getting more downloads of your apps...
In the world of “internet marketing” … or should I say the “internet marketing how-to space” people do something called “joint ventures” all the time. They are talked about endlessly.
In many other markets however, they are almost never done. In fact, when it comes to App Developers, this golden opportunity is missed unless its someone like Trey Smith who has a background in the internet marketing how-to space thanks to his cousin Frank Kern.
How many more downloads of your apps do you think you can get if you and five or ten other developers all agreed to cross-promote each others stuff? How much more money do you think you could make from a 5 or 6 times increase in the number of downloads? Continue reading
The Incredible Truth No One Is Telling You
Here’s the deal, lets say that you follow all of the advice from the App Developers Toolbox (you have gotten that haven’t you? If not, Click Here Now to get it). Then lets also say that you follow all of the additional advice that I give here on the blog.
The overwhelming likelihood is that your first three or four apps will NOT succeed. It’s possible that it will. It’s possible that you’ll create some fantastic viral hit … but it isn’t likely.
The reason for that is simple. As you create an app, and it gets downloads, you’re also creating something called an “app network.”
That’s basically all of the people that have downloaded your app. Having something like that (assuming you’re following the advice from the Toolbox and this blog) means that each subsequent app you create is easier to get more downloads because you can use things like “in app messaging” and “push messaging” to get the word out about your app.
Each app that you create makes each subsequent app that much more likely to be successful. Continue reading
Use this little used strategy to dramatically increase your downloads
When it comes right down to it, in the mobile apps game, it’s really about the downloads. The more downloads of your apps, the more money you’re likely to make.
Of course there are a few other factors involved, some of them I’ve talked about in the post about improving your iTunes ranking. However, at the end of the day, lets face it, more downloads = more money.
So in this first weekly strategy tip I want to talk about a little used strategy you can use to increase your number of downloads with VERY little actual work. Continue reading