After Android App Development: How To Popularize Your App On Google Play
Along with the iOS, Android is one of the most cost-effective mobile platform. While Apple is the dominant player in the US and other developing markets, Android mobiles have a huge customer base all over the world. So, developing an app for Android is a respectable idea. But with over 600,000 apps, the Google Play app store is an easy place for your application to get lost. On the app store, hundreds of new apps are clamoring for attention every day. How do you make your app stand out? Here are three ways you can promote your app on Google Play.
Similar App Marketing with Development
Don't wait until you finish developing the app - start marketing while the development procedure is going on. The least you can do is set up a website about the blog. You can endorse the concept of the blog on social media sites. Going one step further, you can guest posts, write articles, and reviews on topics and goods related to the Android app that you are building. This will help you gain reflectiveness on the Internet and make folks familiar with the idea of your app.
Get a lot of tongues flapping about your app before you release it and you can count on a strong start after launch. But all the promotion that you do through social media and blog posting needs to be pertinent. Writing lots of blogs on lifestyle blogs won't be very useful if you are creating a business app. Likewise, promoting a games or entertainment app on LinkedIn may not be a smart idea: Facebook and Twitter would be more valuable in such a case.
SEO for Google Play Page
After you have submitted the iBuildApp app, it will have its own page on the Google Play store. A lot of people will reach this page through the links in your articles, blog posts and social media updates. You have just a few seconds to convey the worthiness of your app. For this, all the information on this page has to be perfect. In order to make it easy for the users, name your app smartly - the name should clearly reflect the purpose of the app. Also, make an unforgettable and eye-catching icon to represent your app. Pepper the page with high-resolution screenshots of the app.
As you do not have a lot of space for page's content, you must be tremendously careful with the keywords you use. The best practice is using broad search terms associated to your app and its offerings. Use a simple explanation with bullet points to carry all the info about the app quickly at http://support.ibuildapp.com/hc/en-us/articles/215454823-How-to-Use-Google-Play-Developer-Console-or-Apple-Account.