One hot summer day, a year ago, two friends decided to jump on the mobile wagon, and start their own mobile app businesses.
Both of them were much alike. They both were the same age. Went to same school. Taught by same teachers. And started to learn about mobile app development at the same time, from same courses.
However, there is one thing that’s different.
One of them, John, thinks that you only need to have a good app and that people will somehow find out about it and use it.
The other guy, Peter, knows that having a great app is not enough. He knows that you need to strategically promote your app, if you want to reach out as much targeted people as possible.
And Peter is right.
You can’t expect your app to be successful if you don’t have a plan to promote it.
Think about it.
There are already millions of apps in any niche imaginable.
More and more big names are releasing their apps and games, and have millions of dollars for their marketing and advertising efforts.
And at top of all, cost-per-install is going up each month.
This means that it gets harder and harder to get attention from bloggers and journalists. Much more harder to do cost-effective advertising. And much more harder to get attention of targeted audience.
Much more harder to make a significant income from your app, so you could quit your exhausting 9-to-5 job, and life a lifestyle of a true online entrepreneur.
How does that make you feel?
Doesn’t that make you feel angry? Frustrated? Mad? Maybe even discouraged?
Of course it does!
You’ve put month and years into learning and developing your mobile app.
You’ve missed who knows how many parties and drinking adventures with your friends, so you could work on your app.
You invested blood, sweat and tears into your app. Your dreams. Your hopes. You gave your best to this app.
And you want to see some goddamn success!
You deserved it!
Let’s get back to John and Peter for a moment.
After deciding to start their own businesses, John moved from New York to Chicago. (I have no idea why he did that.)
Peter decided to be a little more drastic, and decided to move to Thailand for some time. (Him I understand.)
To keep long story short, a year after that, Peter came back to US to John’s wedding.
On the way from the airport to John’s house, they talked about their app businesses.
John, guy who thought that marketing is waste of time, said that he has some users, some ratings, and gets a new downloads now and then.
Peter’s app, on the other hand, has more than 50,000 users, and gets an average of 100-300 new downloads per day.
His app was featured and reviewed by some of the top bloggers and journalists in the niche.
And his app brings him a sustainable income, month by month. And that income enabled Peter to come from Thailand to US to John’s wedding. Flying first class.
Oh, and there’s one little detail I forgot to mention…
Both John and Peter created their apps in the SAME NICHE!
Peter invested his time into strategic promotion of his app. John didn’t.
Which one do you want to be? John? Or Peter?
If you want to be John, who creates his app and hopes to get users and get featured on top blogs, stop reading now. This is waste of your time, and you shouldn’t read it.
But, if you're Peter, who creates an app and then invests time and energy (and some money, maybe) to promote it, and to let more people know about his app, keep reading.
Step #1: Define your target audience. Learn as much as you can about them. The more you know about your potential users, the easier it is to do other steps.
Step #2: Create a website for your mobile app. This shows that you’re serious about your app. Also, it makes it easier for bloggers and journalists to feature your app, and drive you a traffic of potential users. Create a mailing list of interested people.
Step #3: Be active on social media. Share your progress. Update people. Ask questions to get feedback. Answer questions people have.
Step #4: Communicate with people.
Step #5: Reach out to bloggers and journalists who reviewed similar apps in your niche.
Step #6: Repeat steps 3-5 over and over.
As you can see, having a website for your mobile app is the essential step in the process.
It shows that you are serious about your app. And it makes it easier for bloggers and journalists to drive traffic to your app, by linking only to one website, instead two or three app store links.
I think so.
Now, the only question is what mobile app website template to use? There are hundreds of them out there.
Which one to choose?
Why to use App Street?
The typical development from scratch for template like this takes about 1-2 months. With an average developer cost of $59/hour, it could cost you up to $2,000to develop a template like this on your own.
That’s not cost-effective.
We wanted to make App Street available and cost effective for everyone.
That’s why we decided NOT to price it at full cost of development of $2,000.
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Not even at $50, which would be a complete bargain.
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Why just $17? And how?
Well, I could ramble on and on, but the answer is actually really simple: we want to make it affordable for every mobile app developer on the planet.
Also, we decided not to go with a WordPress theme, but with pure HTML template. This way, we avoided hiring another developer, which would increase the development cost, and the product price.
And that's why and how we managed to get just $17 price for AppStreet.
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