Making millions from mobile apps and games is not a rocket science. You are just required to acquire some basic ticks and secrets which are very valuable.

If you want to make money from your mobile apps and games, you will need to grow your apps or games. This report expose to some valuable and useful tips, tricks and secrets to grow your app.

 

The most valuable strategies to grow your apps are here:

  • Marketing Your Mobile App: Know Your Audience
  • Nine Things to Know When Marketing Your Android App: Know the Competition
  • Twelve Reasons to Give Your App a Facebook Page
  • Six Steps to Bring More Fans to Your App’s Facebook Page
  • Five Reasons to Use Twitter to Market Your App
  • How to Use Twitter to Get Your App Noticed
  • Eight Ways to Get Started Advertising Your App on Empire Avenue
  • Using Social Media for Customer Service
  • Marketing Your App: 8 Great App Review Blogs
  • How a Facebook App’s Growth Strategy Can Work for You
  • A Super Secret to Getting More App Downloads

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  1. Marketing Your Mobile App: Know Your Audience

When marketing an app, knowing the target audience is crucial. If the app is designed to appeal to mothers, for example, then focusing on tech blogs to get word out is probably a mistake. For a horoscope app, targeting to blogs against astrology is not a great idea. There are a few steps to determining who your audience is.

  1. Think of your friends. Which ones would use it?
  2. Think of different groups of people and how they might use the app. Would businessmen use the app? Would college students? Would mothers?
  3. Describe in words how the app would be good for these groups. For example, if it’s a game, businessmen might use it to blow off steam between meetings; mothers might use it while waiting for appointments, and college students might use it to kill time.
  4. For the group or groups that make up your target audience, find blogs that they read, Facebook groups that they join, and influential Twitter users.
  5. Join your audience to get to know them and become part of the conversation.

After joining the conversation with a target audience, telling them about a great app is a natural part of the process. Be sure to stay engaged, though. It’s important to hear critiques from users so the next version of your app will be even better and even more finely honed for your audience.

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  1. Nine Things to Know When Marketing Your Android App:

Know the Competition

The Android Market is open to everyone, so it’s likely that there’s another app a lot like yours. To make your app successful, it’s important to make your app stand out. The only way to do this is to learn exactly what the competition is doing and how the market is reacting to their actions.

  1. Search the Android Market – who is on the front page for your area?
  2. Are the apps free? If not, what do they cost?
  3. Read the reviews! This is probably the most important part. See what features people are asking for and what pitfalls there are.
  4. What is the competition’s key messaging (the three main points that they focus on in their marketing.)
  5. How is the market responding (you can check compete.com and alexa.com for website numbers)
  6. What are the advantages to your app and are they being clearly communicated to your market? When writing your app’s description:
  7. Explain your app’s unique selling point. What features does it have that aren’t available in the competition’s app?
  8. Explain how your app avoids the pitfalls that users complained about in the competition’s app – without mentioning or criticizing your competition. For example, “The most information available in a weather app. Our app gives you…” Show Android users that you’re offering them something they can’t get elsewhere and they’ll download.

 

  1. Twelve Reasons to Give Your App a Facebook Page

A few years ago, if you had a product that you were trying to sell, you would put up a website and build up content so that people could search for the product and find it. That meant doing a lot of search engine optimization and search engine marketing in the hopes of being found online through search. Today companies can go where their users already are – Facebook. Users have changed. They search directly on Facebook, they ask friends for recommendations, and they look at what their friends like to find out what they might like. Giving your app a

 

Facebook page gets you into the loop, because your page does several things that a website can’t do:

  1. When people ‘Like’ your page, their friends may see it, meaning they may ‘Like’ it too. Remember that most people only see updates from their top 150 friends, so this isn’t a sure thing
  2. Unlike e-mail, a wall post is automatically listed on the customer’s screen when they open Facebook. It’s all but impossible to hit ‘delete’ without reading at least some of it.
  3. While a blog requires full articles, Facebook posts just require one idea, so you can connect with customers much more easily and much more frequently. (But the blog is important too!)
  4. Many people won’t read something long, but it’s easy to read a short snippet on a Facebook wall.
  5. It’s easier to get a customer to click through to your blog when you post a short description on Facebook than to get them to subscribe to your blog.
  6. Convincing a customer to hit ‘Like’ is a lot easier than getting bookmarked.
  7. Facebook allows you engage your followers in discussions, both about the product and about related subjects.
  8. Everything you share with your users on Facebook can be easily shared with their friends.
  9. Many people search Facebook instead of Google. It’s important to make sure your product can be found.
  10. Once users have liked your page, it’s easier to get them to your website.
  11. You can have users add content by asking for photos, quotes, stories, and more.

12.SInce you’re in constant contact with users, you know what they want, giving you more opportunity to create viral content.

 

 

Building a Facebook page takes just a few minutes, and gives you a whole new way to communicate with your audience. Just remember that creating it is only the beginning. We’ll be talking more about how to build up and engage a fan base soon.

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  1. Six Steps to Bring More Fans to Your App’s Facebook Page

Last month, a friend created an app, and asked me how to market it. I said “Get it out on Facebook.” My friend immediately built a Facebook page for it and sat back and watched… as nobody ‘Liked” it and the page sat empty. After a day, he sent out an invitation to all of his friends, and many of them joined the page. There were even a few friends of friends who joined the page, but all told, it was only about 60 users. After some analysis, he dutifully put up content regularly, and still the page had no discussions, few new users, and very little going on.

This is all too common a scenario with Facebook pages. A Facebook page doesn’t really attract traffic on its own. There are a number of ways to make a Facebook page attract traffic, though.

 

 

One important thing to know is that you can use Facebook as the page. This will allow you to post things as the page instead of as your username. You do this by going into the top right corner, where it says “Account” and selecting “Use Facebook as a Page.” Once you are using Facebook as a page, there are several ways to draw attention to your page:

  1. Search for pages that are relevant to your app and ‘Like’ them.
  2. See if there are any discussions going on. Contribute to the discussion. It may seem tempting to plug your product, but it will seem like spam and may even be removed. If you contribute to the discussion, people will see your name and logo and be interested in finding out whom you are.
  3. Go back to the discussions and watch them. Keep commenting as long as you have something interesting to say. If a discussion ends, join another one.
  4. Ask people to upload stories, quotes, or pictures.
  5. Encourage people to vote for their favorites. (Many pages run contests or sweepstakes,but it’s important to check Facebook’s rules before running a contest, because some of these can run afoul of Facebook’s Terms & Conditions.)
  6. Once you have people joining your page, make sure there’s content there. Post things that are interesting, ask for people’s input, and respond to what people say.

A Facebook page can be a great tool for getting your app out there, but it only works if you have active, engaged fans.

 

 

  1. Five Reasons to Use Twitter to Market Your App

When Twitter first came out, I signed up with an account, looked at it a few times, and just didn’t get it. As time went by, I tried out Twitter a few times, but I didn’t quite understand what it was good for. Then I started learning, and my instructor said “Get on thee on Twitter.” (She’s spent too much time playing D&D as a kid.) So, I sat down with @shiraabel (aforementioned boss) and said “I don’t get it. Why do I need to be on Twitter?” Over the next few days, she gave me her answer in bits and pieces. Here are five key points that she explained to me:

  1. It’s short and sweet. You don’t need to come up with paragraphs of copy. Just get one idea and put it out there.
  2. You can talk to anyone. Find someone who’s talking about something related, jump into the conversation, and anyone who’s following them can quickly see what you’re saying too. You don’t need to wait for an invitation or even a follow to jump into any conversation.

 

 

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  1. Get brand exposure. Even if you never talk about your product, if you’re talking, people will keep seeing your name and get curious about what you do.
  2. Find people where they are. People are already on Twitter, waiting for content to fall into their laps. You don’t have to hope people search for you, just use keywords that relate to you, and anyone looking for the topic will find you.
  3. Find out what everyone’s talking about. With a quick search, you can find out what topics are hot in any specific area of interest, and you can fine tune your message to that.

 

  1. How to Use Twitter to Get Your App Noticed

In the last section, we talked about why Twitter is such a great tool for getting your app out there, but we didn’t explain how to use Twitter. For a new user, Twitter might seem like walking into a room where there are multiple conversations going on and some people standing on soapboxes spouting information. And it kind of is. Which is totally ok? You can join the conversation, say what is interesting to you, find out what is interesting to others, and establish a rapport with people. Remember that your goal is to create conversations. Here are five tips to help get you started:

  1. Fortunately, someone doesn’t have to be following you for you to have a conversation. If you use their username preceded by the @ symbol (e.g. @afrikgold), they will almost certainly see your message.
  2. Find interesting people and follow them. Look for people chatting about subjects related to your app and follow them. Some of them might follow you back, but even if they don’t, you can watch their posts and talk with them.
  3. Look for people who have followers and actively engage. If they aren’t following anyone, the odds are they won’t follow you. On the other hand, if they are following everyone and chatting with them all.
  4. Retweet the interesting. People like to be retweeted. If you retweet someone, they might take a look at you. Even if they don’t, your followers will appreciate being told the interesting information. And when you’re retweeted, a “thank you” is always nice.
  5. Be your awesome self. Nobody wants to talk to a robot. Laugh at things that are funny, ask questions, talk about your life. Don’t make the whole discussion about your app. Give people a chance to talk to you, not your app. People don’t follow apps, they follow people.

 

  1. Eight Ways to Get Started Advertising Your App on Empire Avenue

Empire Avenue is generating a lot of buzz. You can read Scott Monty’s article on the Gamification of Social Media or Mashable’s article entitled Why Top Brands Are Investing So Much Time In a Social Media Leaderboard to find out more about Empire Avenue and why it’s a great tool for your brand.

Empire Avenue is a whole new way of connecting to people, and you can use it for a lot more than app marketing. First and foremost, it’s a game. You buy and sell stocks, you chat with people, and you get dividends if your stocks perform well. How well you do is measured by your holdings and your stock price.

Each person or business – you can register as either – has a stock ticker, a profile, and a share price. The share price goes up with achievements, people purchasing your stock, and your activity in social media.

 

 

So how does one use a stock exchange game to market an app? Like all social media, your goal is to connect rather than just to advertise. It’s not a black and white process, but here are some tips to start you off:

  1. Make your ticker name the name of your app or similar to your app name.
  2. Set up your profile so that anyone looking at it will get information about your app.
  3. Make sure that at least some of the interests you have listed are in line with your app.

 

People find you when you have common interests.

  1. Buy stocks in users that have similar interests to you, and leave them a shout out that will pique their interest. Don’t advertise your app. Try to start a conversation. If your shout out is interesting, you’re likely to get a response. Shameless plugs don’t start conversations.
  2. Join communities that match up with what your app does and leave interesting notes on the bulletin board.
  3. If your app is location-specific, be sure to join the city that’s nearest to the target location.
  4. Be sure your Twitter account and your app’s fan page are connected. Connect your blog, too, if you have one!
  5. Enjoy the game. If you’re not playing the game, you won’t be able to make your mark.

 

Another important aspect of Empire Avenue is that it provides you with a realistic look at how you’re doing in the social media world. If you’re not making good dividends, it’s because you’re not out there enough. Playing Empire Avenue reminds you to keep yourself out there interacting with all of your potential customers.

Empire Avenue is still fairly new in the social media world, so the rules for success aren’t hard and fast. You’ll need to explore the possibilities to find your niche. If you’re looking to buy

 

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  1. Using Social Media for Customer Service

A few months ago, I downloaded a screenshot utility from the Android Market to my Android phone. I had to pay for it, but I needed it for work, so I was fine with shelling out the dollar or so that it cost. (It was actually 100 Japanese Yen.) It worked great and I loved it. I used it for the screenshots in my app and in many of my blog posts. About two weeks ago, my phone started acting weird. The home screen didn’t come up right, so I asked my husband, who in addition to being a juggler, is also an engineer, and he said “reset it.” I reset the phone, and it worked perfectly. My contacts are stored my SIM so I didn’t lose any. I went to Android Market to download the app again, and something had changed. The app wouldn’t download to my phone. It registered that I owned the app, but the app was no longer compatible with my phone. I looked at the developer’s information, got their Twitter handle, and tweeted them a message. Within minutes, they asked me to email them, and within the hour, they’d changed whatever they needed to change in Android Market to allow me to download the app again.

 

 

This is an example of what you should be using your social media for – getting problems solved.

There are a few things to take away from this example.

  1. Try to be on top of things. Speed is important. You obviously can’t be on 24/7, but try to be on at least once every 24 hours. The faster you get to a complaint, the less time a person has to spread the complaint to all their friends.
  2. Take complaints out of the public forum. Get them to email you immediately. Once they’ve emailed you, everyone sees you’re working on a solution, and no one has to see if the solution fails.
  3. Try to give your customer a good solution. Even if your product is inexpensive or free, you still want your customer to take away a good experience so that they’ll recommend you to others.
  4. If you can’t give the customer a solution, apologize, but not too much. Let them know that you hope they’ll find a good solution and that you’d love to have them use your products another time.
  5. If a customer paid for a product and can’t use it because of a flaw in the app or a change in the app and you can’t find a solution, refund their money. This might hurt, but it’s good business. It also means you won’t get a negative review from them. Remember that negative reviews also hurt your ranking in the Android Market.

 

  1. Marketing Your App: 8 Great App Review Blogs

You’ve created an Andoid app. It’s a great app. You’re so proud of the app you want the world to know about it. A great way to let a lot of new people know about your app is to have it reviewed by someone with an apps review blog. There are a number of great app review sites. Here are some that we particularly like (in no particular order):

  1. AppBoy Blog reviews mainly utilities, but also reviews games
  2. Android Tapp reviews all kinds of different apps for Android and for iPhone.
  3. Androinica reviews apps rarely, but a review there is great press.
  4. Lifehacker – Create an account to log in and “send a tip” if your app is a life-hack
  5. Android Geeks reviews really top-notch apps
  6. iKid Apps reviews games for kids
  7. Best Kids Apps is another reviewer of apps for toddlers and little kids.
  8. Droid Android Games is a great place to get your games reviewed.

How to get an app blogger to review your app:

  1. Read their blog to see if your app is the type the app blogger would review.
  2. Read through the site to make sure they haven’t reviewed your app yet. If they have, thank them.
  3. Check to make sure that they don’t have a business relationship with your competition.
  4. Look for contact details on the site and follow their contact instructions.
  5. In emails, be friendly and polite.
  6. Represent yourself honestly. An app creator shouldn’t pose as a disinterested user.
  7. If the reviewer says no, thank them for their time and ask them to keep the app in mind for the future. Don’t take it personally.

After a blogger reviews your app, thank them and let them know how many downloads you received after their post.

 

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  1. How a Facebook App’s Growth Strategy Can Work for You

Active9′s Full Version for Facebook is an exception, because they’ve managed a great strategy for engaging their audience and growing their app.

They created an app that allows people to use all of Facebook’s features in the standard, browser-based way, instead of the way that the Facebook app works. To be honest, their app isn’t anything Earth-shattering.

Download their app, and get a screen like this:

Click either option and it takes you to Facebook’s mobile web page option as seen here:

It’s easy to build something like this on Apps Plartform system in three easy steps:

  1. Create an HTML page that links to http://touch.facebook.com/

(You can also link to other sections of the website like http://touch.facebook.com/#!/ messages/ for getting directly to the messages view, for example)

  1. Add links to your blog, Facebook fan page, or other relevant pages.
  2. Convert your website URL into an app.

 

 

Despite the fact that this app is simple to create, doesn’t offer a particularly unique functionality, and isn’t the official Facebook app, half a million people have downloaded Full Version for Facebook. There are a number of reasons why:

  1. The app gives users something they want.
  2. The app does only one thing.
  3. It has a great name.
  4. The icon is attractive.
  5. The description is simple and clear.
  6. The developers have an active Facebook page that encourages users to share their experiences and talk about the app.
  7. There is a suite of products that all do similar things, leading customers to believe that the outfit has specific expertise.

When you’re growing your app, look for these factors, and you too can grow your app to astounding numbers of users and usages!

 

  1. A Super Secret to Getting More App Downloads

Up until now, we’ve talked about basic ways to get more app downloads. We’ve talked about :

  1. Naming your app
  2. Giving your app a great icon
  3. Giving your app a great description

These are all crucial steps in driving your app to the top of Android Market. Today, we’re going to reveal a secret way to increase app downloads even more.

 

 

The secret to more downloads is regularly updating your app

That’s right. Updating your app is a great way to increase downloads. Every time an app is updated, it gets placed in the “What’s New” section of its category. This means more views, and more views means more downloads.

 

 

Don’t abuse this. Be sure to change something before performing an update. A good idea is to look at user comments and implement a feature that users have requested. This will make improve the app, please the users, and justify updating the app all at the same time. Don’t update too frequently, but don’t let it slide either. A good rule of thumb is to update every four to six weeks.

 

 

Since app downloads are highest on holidays and weekends, time updates to coincide with holidays and weekends in order to maximize the benefit.

Be sure to use this secret wisely, and enjoy the benefits of many more downloads!

 

This report has equipped you with strategies, tricks and secretes to grow your app. This can be applied to different type of apps. You can use to grow your own app. You can offer it as service to your clients.

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