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App Marketing Strategy: Major Differences Between Lifestyle And Entertainment Apps

Topic: Mobile Apps | Author: Thomas Kriebernegg
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All apps are not created equal – so don’t make the mistake of applying a one-size-fits-all app marketing strategy to address your target your audience or achieve your marketing KPIs. An app marketing strategy that works for a gaming app will never work for business or productivity app – and the other way around. I take a look at the two most crowded and competitive app categories - Entertainment and Lifestyle apps – to show you the big differences and how you must factor them into your overall app marketing approach.

Massive Mobility Trends And How They Impact The Enterprise

Topic: Mobile Enterprise | Author: Paul Jarrett
Mobility trends for the enterrpise

Enterprise mobility broke boundaries and set records in 2016 - and this continues in 2017. With employees now leading the smartphone revolution, businesses are subsequently finding ways of leveraging the latest mobile (and other) technology to improve processes, reduce costs and connect staff. And as the mobile landscape continues to shift, understanding the latest trends, and how they can be incorporated, has never been so vital. Here are the 4 massive mobility trends you should keep top of your radar.

Use Your Soft Launch To Produce A Hit App

Topic: Mobile Apps | Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Your app is serious business and that's why you must map out a soft launch strategy to find out if it has hit potential before you burn cash launching it to major markets. You have to test the waters (ensuring your app has what it takes to be a commercial success) before you take the plunge. To help you determine if your app and strategy are on the money I caught up with Oliver Kern, who has helped app companies ranging from indies to market giants launch and scale their mobile businesses.

Cognitive Unites Mobile And Digital To Deliver Personal Experiences

Topic: Mobile Enterprise | Author: Peggy Anne Salz

Granted, the advance of digital, the explosion of social and our own addiction to mobile have come together to make 'mobile-first' a must. But smart brands and businesses are building the cognitive capabilities to interact with us in ways that are people-first, not just mobile-first, placing mobile at the center of an approach that connects the 'data dots' in our mobile, social, digital, and real-world actions.

How Mobile Is Bridging The Digital And Physical Worlds

Topic: Books | Author: Peggy Anne Salz

A seismic shift in our collective behavior in underway — because we instinctively reach to our devices to interface with the real world around us — that effectively endows mobile with an exciting new capability: the ability to bridge the digital and physical realms to influence and trigger activities in the real world conversions, interactions and other 'calls-to-action'.

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