So you may have read our post a couple days back on how most apps don’t turn out strikingly profitable. If you didn’t, TL/DR: They don’t. What can we do about that, then? Well, the biggest stumbling block is discovery, we’d venture that pretty much everyone would agree. So here’s some thoughts on that:
… The question with “app store SEO” is what keywords should you choose, and how do you get your app listed at the top of those keyword searches?
Invantory, developers of a new Craigslist app have written a pretty insightful post as to the tools and process they used chose keywords that made a dramatic increase in the number of downloads their new app has received…
Not bad, not bad. The secret sauce here?
Perform App Store SEO, track your competitors, dispense your apps’ promo codes effectively.
Check out their slideshare.net presentations:
And check out their U.S. store search engine:
Aside from guessing your competitor’s keywords, we can predict your app store search position and help you track it.
Good stuff, good stuff. At $14.95 a month, certainly seems like it’d be worth a spin to see if you can get results like the Invantory folk!
Another option in this field is MobileDevHQ:
Don’t let your app get lost in the sea of apps. Over 65% of consumers find apps via search in the app store. Use MobileDevHQ to analyze and optimize your app store presence and beat your competition…
Finally, for a case study in how to plan to make an initial splash, some good thoughts for you in