Many of you are looking to build an app empire, an app business that will take you away from the daily 9-5 routine and give you a decent work/life balance. With the app making tools provided by AppsGeyser this task is made easy. There are over 50 easy to use app making templates that will enable you to build an app empire in a short period of time. All you need to do is plan your branding style and focus upon your marketing techniques.
If you have decided to create online Android apps using AppsGeyser’s templates, you should have by now built a large network of apps. So, what is your next step? The next step that you should focus on is marketing your Android app empire, afterall, if you don’t promote your apps how will anyone know that they exist?
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How do I market my android app empire?
There are a number of ways in which you can market your Android app empire including the following:
1: Marketing to your existing audience from within your own network – Before I go to explain the different marketing strategies, I believe that it is important, no vital, for you to understand that growing your Android app empire really does begin with your existing app audience. Those that are already connected to your brand are your most loyal assets, they already know of your existence and also of your app quality. It is this audience that will not only download some of your other apps within your Android app empire but will also spread the news of your apps to their friends.
2: Splash Screens – A splash screen is the screen that appears when an app is opened. This screen is one of the most important times in which to grab your audiences’ attention to your other apps because when an app is opening it generally has the full attention span of the app user.. It is important, when deciding to add a splash screen, to remember that the splash screen is the first impression your user will get of your app. It is vital to invest time in ensuring the splash screen is visually impressive, relevant, and inviting. A splash screen provides the user with a quick response to their request and ensures that they are not left waiting for the app to open. We strongly recommend that you keep the details to a minimum so that the user is not stuck waiting for the splash screen to open and that in turn will delay the opening of the app. The image needs to be clear, appealing, and relevant to your brand, so the user doesn’t close the app thinking they’ve opened the wrong app.
3: Push notifications – Push notifications, also called alerts are a marketing tool that has been around for some time and is slowly gaining more and more popularity. Alerts are used by developers for a number of reasons, including; to remind the user they haven’t used the app in a while, to tell the user about a sale, or to let them know about a new product. You can think of an app alert like a text message that creates a little icon in the mobile devices’ information bar at the top of the screen. Using alerts to bring users from one app into another can be very effective, particularly if the apps are related.
4: Banner ads – Most people will think of banner ads as a way to advertise external resources as a way for developers to make extra income, however, this is not the only good use for a banner ad. A banner ad can be used to introduce a new app to your network, the banner can be a great tool.
As you can see, there are several paths available to you to market apps from within your own Android app empire. You have already created the apps, created an existing audience, and now you have the tools to market your entire network of apps from within.