We often discuss the importance of building an app business in order to find Android app success. From day one, your goal should be to create a long term business plan and development strategy to keep your apps in the eye of the public. Today we are going to discuss your first app and why it is important to get it out into the public eye and into an Android app market as soon as possible.
The world is turning more mobile every minute of every day, meaning the window of opportunity is slowly slipping away. It is time to establish your place in the Android app market before you lose your opportunity.
Your first app on the market is not going to be your best app. After all, we all learn from mistakes. Trust me when I say that you will learn through the app making process that you have made mistakes, and you will very quickly need to revise and update your app. The important factor is, you will have an app out there and will be able to being the building process for your app business.
Build your audience
You need to be active on mobile in order to gain the trust and loyalty of your audience. This is one main reason why we suggest you do not hold back on the distribution of your first app. What you will need to make clear through your engagement with your audience, is that the app is only the beginning of your empire. You are not producing a one app wonder, but a well-made app leaving the door open for more apps to follow.
The launch of your first app is there to open the doors to your audience, to start the avalanche of engagement. Your aim is to find out more about your audience and what they want and what they like. You should entice feedback, encourage conversation and address every little piece of detail you have heard. This is the beginning of your path to Android app success.
Keep your audience happy
Your little app, sitting lonely in the Android app market is waiting for its sibling app to make an appearance. It is not only your lonely app that is waiting for more, but also your audience. The launch of new apps, answering to the needs of your audience members will be the stepping stone you need to move forwards up the path to Android app success.
Although you know your plan was intentionally to build one app and then move forth, your audience will perceive the new app releases in a different light. They will see that you have listened to them personally, and you have developed an app that has answered their needs. Your job is to continue to engage your audience and inform them of new releases, highlighting how much you have listened to their needs.
Remember, once you are engaging customers and showing that you are responding to their needs, you are gaining customers that will return. Returning customers are those that make Android app businesses succeed.
Time to start creating your Android app now.