Today we are not going to discuss review prompts. Instead, we’ll talk about how to manage the reviews that are already published. Apparently, with the right approach you can even turn negative reviews to your advantage.
Today’s post will be short. Yet very actionable.
You know how every iOS developer can get up to 100 promo codes per app release. At first glance, using them is super easy: you just create the codes and then share them with bloggers, app reviewers and other influential people who might get interested in your app.
However, there are a few things you need to know to make this easy process more rewarding.
They say it’s not worth putting your effort into writing a good iOS app description. As it doesn’t impact the rankings anyway.
Of course, app icon and screenshots deserve more of your attention. But is the description really that useless?
What functions does it have to fulfill?
And how does one easily craft an effective description for their iOS product?
Today we’ll find all the answers
What do successful apps have in common?
Well, they are perfect in fulfilling a certain need, they stand out from their analogs, they provide flawless user experience.
What else? Their design is breathtaking, and, last but not least, they all have juicy and memorable App Names.
How do they come up with such names? Unfortunately, they don’t share their secrets. But clearly, they don’t make typical app naming mistakes.
Today we’ll go over these very mistakes that sometimes result in app rejection. On top of that, we’ll share some winner app name formulas.
Sounds like a great plan. Let’s get started!
You know that App Store Optimization is important. You’ve heard that there are lots of tools out there that can help you define those very keywords that will lead you to success.
When it comes to submitting your iOS app to the App Store, you hardly get round to a brief keyword brainstorming. Just because the whole process seems so complicated and time-consuming.
But ASO is not complicated. If you think about, it’s one of the most rewarding and cost-effective part of app marketing. But like with any complex process, ASO requires a plan.
And that is what we can help you with. Plan. Presenting today – the ultimate App Store Optimization cheat sheet! Come look under the cut!