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Patrick Mork

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Lead global marketing and strategy for Google Play - Google's content ecosystem for Android and Web entertainment...
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Google Play Marketing Advices For App Developers

Google Play Marketing Advices For App Developers | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
Let's talk a little bit about how to market your app on the Google Play Store.
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Optimize Your Google Play Store App Details Page

Optimize Your Google Play Store App Details Page | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
We've been talking a lot about App Store Optimization on the blog. While some posts had some advices for both the App Store and the Google Play Store, the focus has been mainly made on the iOS app details page so far.
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How to Write an App Store Description (For iTunes) | COPY HACKERS Copywriting

How to Write an App Store Description (For iTunes) | COPY HACKERS Copywriting | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
Think writing a website is hard? Ha! Try filling up – or, even harder, not filling up – the “description” for apps on the App Store (iTunes). See, in the ...
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How to Design App Icons for iPhone and iPad | Tips

How to Design App Icons for iPhone and iPad | Tips | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
Mobile iOS devices have seen some tremendous growth over the 2010 period.
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App Icons are Itty Bitty Banner Ads

App Icons are Itty Bitty Banner Ads | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
An old blog post I wrote last year about a decades old humor article on icon design is actually remarkably relevant to today’s App Store market. Years ago, Apple published a developer magazin...
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Split-Testing Your App Icon Design | AppClover.com

Split-Testing Your App Icon Design | AppClover.com | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
In many ways your App's Icon can be the most important element of your marketing plan. A great icon can make an app and a poor icon can really hurt sales.
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10 Reasons to Develop for Android First

10 Reasons to Develop for Android First | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
As part of our desire to help our readers see more of the Internet and social media marketing landscape we will be bringing in guest authors...
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10 Reasons Why You Should Put Your App On The Amazon Appstore

10 Reasons Why You Should Put Your App On The Amazon Appstore | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
There's been a lot of talk this last few days about Amazon, between the launch of the Kindle Fire HD/new Kindle Fire, the fact that the Amazon Appstore reached the 50,000 apps milestone and that it is now available in new countries after 18 months...
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Making money in a crowded App Store: it's dog eat dog and Spy vs Spy

Making money in a crowded App Store: it's dog eat dog and Spy vs Spy | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it

Pricing analysis by TUAW

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Leo Chan's curator insight, May 29, 2014 1:39 AM

This article is about the current problem in App Store, 

People tent to think that any apps which more expensive then a 0.99$ apps is over priced. Also record showed that it will get a massive sales increase when the price when down.

Is this a concern? Or is it normal behaviour of any free market?.

If companies able to find any other way to earn money, such as free to pay with ads. Do apple still need to educate their customer that they also need to look at higher price apps?.

I think each different apps price tiers are targeting different customers, it is always true that the highest tier will contain the least amount of customers while the lowest tier will contain the highest amount of customers. 

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How Winning App Icons Are Made

How Winning App Icons Are Made | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
Guest post of Risto Haukioja, Appington (@ristoh, www.appington.com) At Appington we’ve spent the last few months interviewing a ton of gamers and doing research on critical aspects of success in the app ecosystem.
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Faceplanting: an app launch horror story with a twist

Faceplanting: an app launch horror story with a twist | Marketing Android Apps | Scoop.it
tasty bits for your iPhone...
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