Have you ever seen a blog post and thought, “Wow, this looks really nice”? On the flip side, have you seen a post with a wall of text and no images, and thought, “Wow, this looks really ugly”? Did you even bother to read the second one?
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but newsletters are popular right now. They receive far less attention than the latest technology, like live video, personalisation, and interactive content. But that doesn’t mean they’re not popular and powerful.
We talk a lot with our clients about our content first approach which we find is an excellent way to build passionate subscribers to their brand. What company wouldn’t want this – subscribers, a loyal following? For us, it is all about communicating and engaging with our subscriber base.
If you’re going to build something, don’t build on land someone else already owns. You want your own land, your own domain, your own sovereignty.” Why? Simply put, once you publish on someone else’s platform, you do not own the subscribers or assets associated with that content.
A stereotype of a typical gamer has been around for awhile now and tends to be thought of as male, in their 20’s and living with his parents. This preconception is being challenged by the emergence of mobile games and the rise of the female gamer.
Some consider analytics to be the dark side of mobile game marketing. A growing market means understanding and utilising your data can help you stay ahead of the game. The growth in analytics has seen ad tech companies come up with fresh solutions to understand your data. Here are some important steps to remember.
So you think you know who your mobile gamers are? Think again! Gamers have grown up, they no longer fit the solo gamer stereotype but rather they now have gamer kids, families are gaming together and the devices they play on have changed. Big Fish Games reports that 48 million people play games on smartphones and tablets in the US alone.
In our last post we covered our first five tips to achieving social media success starting with: setting goals; how to stay organised; making it personal; targeting your audience; and making friends. Part two provides our last five tips on how to achieve and maintain social media success.
So you have decided to build an app? You’ve tested your ideas with your family, friends on social media and everybody that is willing to help you succeed. But you need to take your app to the next level and that will probably involve a few thousand more friends. So what are some of our top tips to achieve social media success.
Marketing your mobile game is essential for its success. A marketing strategy is your road map to help ensure you don’t get burned by the highly competitive, and often highly expensive, mobile game marketing landscape (or buried among the nearly 900 apps released in the App Store each day).
App Store Optimisation (ASO), or “Mobile SEO”, is gaining popularity as the number of available applications continues to grow. As it becomes increasingly more expensive for developers to buy installs via paid channels, ASO will become an essential app marketing practice.