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How to Optimize App Store Keywords

How to Optimize App Store Keywords

Posted on August 3rd, 2019

When you’re choosing your keywords for your app, you want to make sure you’re getting the ones that will help your visibility and downloads. You want users to find your app in searches, which will require targeting keywords that are in-demand and related to your app, then working to increase your rankings for them. As keyword optimization is a central part of App Store Optimization, we’ll review how to optimize your App Store keywords.

App Store Keyword Rules to Remember

App Store Keyword Rules to Remember

Posted on June 27th, 2019

When optimizing your app for the App Store, it’s important to choose your keywords wisely. Your keywords will determine what searches your app can show up in, and searches make up 70% of app discoverability, so the importance of keywords for App Store Optimization cannot be overstated. With that in mind, here are some App Store keyword rules and best practices you’ll want to know when optimizing your app.

App Store Optimization Strategies You Can Use Today

App Store Optimization Strategies You Can Use Today

Posted on June 22nd, 2019

App Store Optimization is vital to an app’s success, but often times developers and marketers who are new to ASO can have difficulty figuring out where to start. There are many best practices to learn and understand, so what are the key strategies for implementing them? Today we’re looking at some key App Store Optimization strategies that you can use when starting your ASO process.

Localizing Your App Store Description

Localizing Your App Store Description

Posted on April 11th, 2019

The app market is global, reaching users on every nation and in every language. Many developers have apps available in several countries, which requires localizing their App Store and Play Store listings for the languages they’re available in. As localization is an important part of App Store Optimization, it’s important to understand how to maintain ASO during the translation process.

How Casino Apps Stay Compliant

How Casino Apps Stay Compliant

Posted on March 7th, 2019

Many casino apps have to walk a tricky tightrope of compliance. They seek to provide an engaging casino experience, but they also cannot offer real gambling on the App Store or Google Play Store. So how do casino apps remain compliant, and how does this impact their App Store Optimization strategy?

Avoid App Store Rejection for Loading External Resources

Avoid App Store Rejection for Loading External Resources

Posted on February 23rd, 2019

Often times, users open an app or mobile game they’re eager to use, only to have the app say “Downloading… 1%” at the start screen. They wait, watching the download bar slowly progress, before the app finally finishes launching while a few hundred megabytes larger than anticipated. While this is often times necessary for an app to properly update or run, Apple does place guidelines on how these downloads are prompted and may reject an app if it does not follow them.

Understanding Total Keyword Rankings

Understanding Total Keyword Rankings

Posted on February 8th, 2019

Keywords are essential for getting noticed in the App Store and Google Play Store – not just the keywords with the highest search volumes or a few you’ve picked out, but all of them. In order to reach users, you need to show up in searches. If you want to improve your visibility in search, you need to understand the total scope of your app’s visibility. Understanding the keywords you rank for is one of the cornerstones of App Store Optimization, so let’s take a look at why it’s important.

Search Ads: Basic vs Advanced

Search Ads: Basic vs Advanced

Posted on February 1st, 2019

When Apple released Search Ads Basic and Advanced, it was evident that they’d be important tools for App Store Optimization. Now that Search Ads has become an essential part of improving an app’s visibility on the App Store, it’s important to understand the difference between Basic and Advanced as well as which app developers should use.

ASO New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

ASO New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

Posted on January 5th, 2019

2019 has begun, launching a new year of growth. As the app economy continues to grow, so too do the aspirations of developers and the competition within the market. With that in mind, it’s time for developers to make New Year’s resolutions for their App Store Optimization strategy.

Black Friday Apps: Who Did App Store Optimization Right?

Black Friday Apps: Who Did App Store Optimization Right?

Posted on November 24th, 2018

Black Friday is well underway, and consumers are busy buying both in-store and online. Shopping apps have been preparing all month for this day, as well as the upcoming Cyber Monday, knowing that ranking high in the App Store and Google Play Store search results for that keyword can be very beneficial. App Store Optimization is the key to earning those high search rankings, so with that in mind, we’ll take a look at how shopping apps have updated their ASO for Black Friday.

App Store Optimization: 3 Main Factors to Measure ASO Success

App Store Optimization: 3 Main Factors to Measure ASO Success

Posted on September 14th, 2018

App Store Optimization is vital for any app. It helps apps both reach users and appeal to them, through research and best practices. But once your ASO strategy is in place, how do you know if it’s working? What do we use to measure the success of ASO? There are several factors one can look at to determine how well their App Store Optimization is working.

The Power of Users: Can User Feedback Force Developers to Make Changes?

The Power of Users: Can User Feedback Force Developers to Make Changes?

Posted on April 6th, 2018

Users are the undeniable backbone of any product’s success. While it is best to develop a commodity that is well-received by users, it is just as crucial to keep users engaged and happy so they are actively using that product. To stay ahead of this, developers and companies maintain consistent Reputation Management strategies using user feedback to ensure that the needs of their customers are heard and to keep them coming back. But what happens if there’s an update or new product that isn’t well-received? If the users are unhappy and the developers stand their ground, can a company, product or app still find success? Let’s look at the power users have on apps, developers and companies and whether they were able to force change.