This week, Laurie Galazzo, our Inbound Marketing Manager, has answered the questions of Artyom Dogtiev from BusinessofApps. Here’s a preview of the interview. Read the full discussion right here. App Store Optimization (ASO) has become one of the major app marketing techniques. ASO is what drives native traffic for mobile apps on both iTunes App Store and Google Play. It’s equally important for a small indie app developer and a big app company powerhouse to …
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onTime : MNR FREE (Metro North Rail)
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- ● App Description
Your app description seems to be too short.
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It's only 977 characters. We strongly recommend writing at least 1.000 characters. Use content that makes your app unique (features description, characteristics, how to use your app, ...). Your description needs to convince people to download your app. Also, be sure to add important and relevant keywords in your description to improve your iTunes app page and optimize your SEO.
- ● Screenshots
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It is recommended to use all 5 available slots and to use optimized screen dimensions for each device. Make sure to include some text to describe your app on each screenshot. Don’t forget showcase your best features on the first two screenshots as they will be displayed in the Search Results on the App Store.
- ● Versions
Great! You have released a new version of your app less than 3 months ago.
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Version 7.6.1 released on March 13, 2017
Version 7.5 released on December 13, 2016
Version 7.4 released on November 22, 2016
Version 7.3 released on September 29, 2016
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Find the next Metro North Rail (MNR) train schedule in a New York Minute. onTime is fast and easy to use. It is designed with commuters in mind. With onTime : MNR, you can look up the MNR schedule anytime anywhere without having to carry and dig through paper schedules. No more carrying copies of paper schedule and trying to figure out the next train. Be onTime and be environmental friendly at the same time. FEATURES: - Automatic Background Schedule Update - Automatic Location/Station Detection - Paperless - Intuitive user interface - Track info - Count down to the next train - Peak indicator - Commuter Notification Service - Works on iPhone and iPod Touch without data connection - Trip duration - Metro North Rail schedules for - Harlem Line - Hudson Line - New Haven Line * Note: onTime App uses NYC MTA data but we are not affiliated with NYC MTA. * Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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Screenshots have a very strong influence on users when downloading an app. They are actually considered to be a decisive factor: if your screenshots are bad, people won’t download your app. However, if they’re well-designed, they certainly will generate multiplied downloads. Discover our 9 tips to optimize your app screenshots and therefore optimize your app marketing… (picture taken from AppTweak ASO Report for DoodleJump) Why are Screenshots so important? Last week we talked about the …