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What is Marketing and How Can I Market My Android App?

November 23rd, 2015 2 Comments »

Wouldn’t the world be a wonderful place if we could all just create a free Android app in a few clicks, add in our app content, and straight away have an audience of millions installing and using our apps?

Well guys, time for a reality check. The world, although it is a wonderful place, certainly is not perfect. If you do not put effort into your marketing (I mean really learn how to market your Android app) then you will be desperately disappointed.

Marketing is not what it once used to be. You do not need to be a millionaire to purchase ad space all over the world to achieve high exposure. Marketing in the modern world is split between social marketing, online marketing and old fashioned traditional marketing.

Traditional marketing

If you want to invest your time and money into traditional marketing, you are looking at investing in purchasing ad space, printing brochures, attending events, having marketing materials with your company details printed on ready to give to your potential clients and, of course, you are looking at formal and physical networking. Most of the traditional methods of marketing will  be very costly and need to be very specific to get the most from your efforts. There is no point in taking out a $1000 ad in the statewide Building Contractors magazine if you are a local carpenter. You need to clearly define your audience and focus your efforts on this small niche only.

Online marketing

We are looking at your online presence. Does your company have an online website? Do you currently have a blog? What information is available online about you and what you do? In today’s world, a business will never make it big if the audience is not able to turn on the net and find out more information about the company, the product and the people behind the business.

Social Marketing

Social marketing is the closest you will come to actually engaging with audience members prior to them being your actual clients. This form of marketing is what we like to call real life word of mouth marketing. When social marketing, you are engaging without giving a hard sell about your business or product. The whole point of social marketing is to build a fan base that can relate to your subject area. Through your social interactions you will build trust in your ability and knowledge. The sales are something that follow from the loyalty that you are building.


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If you’re interested in making your own Android apps, start creating apps here.

How Do I Join Amazon App Store? Android App Distribution Questions

November 20th, 2015 2 Comments »

AppsGeyser wants only the best for it’s app makers. This includes providing top-rated templates that cover all aspects of app making. AppsGeyser offers templates ranging from gaming templates, to more creative image templates and templates that can be self-coded too.

In addition to the templates on offer, AppsGeyser also offers app makers advice on marketing their app, and assistance in Android app distribution.

Android app distribution

Android app distribution – Amazon app store

In the past few days, AppsGeyser has launched a new Android app distribution incentive for app makers. App makers that choose to distribute their app via the Amazon app store will be PAID $1 per app for every app submitted during the period of November 15th to December 15th 2015. App makers can distribute up to 50 apps, and earn up to $50. In addition to the cash reward, payable via PayPal, app makers that create and upload over 25 apps will also qualify for a FREE Kindle Fire worth a staggering $199.

Amazon app store is a simple app store to use. Firstly, we suggest that all apps are reviewed on your device before you submit to any app store. Once you are happy with your content and the quality of your app, simply follow the easy steps here.

Android app distribution to app stores, such as Amazon app store, has never been more simple. Time for you to create your app empire and begin to distribute your app today.

We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook or Twitter.
If you’re interested in making your own Android apps, start creating apps here.

Amazon App Store – An App Maker’s Friend

November 19th, 2015 3 Comments »

Did you know that Google Play is not the only app store for your Android app? Yes, we are fully aware that GooglePlay comes with your mobile device, and is therefore the most obvious place for app users to download their apps from, but, with millions of apps in GooglePlay, as an app developer, you will find that your app quickly gets lost.

Amazon App store or GooglePlay?

Amazon App store or GooglePlay?

No one is saying not to use Google Play. This would be a huge mistake. However, we strongly believe that you need to build your app audience, and Google Play may not be the best place to do this. Amazon Android app store is quickly proving to be an Android app maker’s best friend.  Amazon Appstore comes pre-installed on a number of Android devices, including Verizon devices, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and the HTC One M9. Another fact you need to take into account is that with many people having Amazon accounts for their personal shopping needs, an Amazon app is often an app that they will quickly add to their device.

If you are looking to build a new audience, you want your app to be searchable. In an app store with millions of apps, you will find your app is almost impossible to find in GooglePlay, even if you have ensured the app is optimized. Amazon will help you to get your app into the hands of your audience, giving your brand exposure to over 200 countries worldwide.

Time to upload your app to Amazon app store.

Don’t forget to enter your apps to our Amazon initiative and get paid for the first 50 apps you upload between November 16th and December 16th 2015. If you upload over twenty-five apps, we will even give you a free Kindle worth $199.

We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook or Twitter.
If you’re interested in making your own Android apps, start creating apps here.