Featured Hidden methods of android app promotion

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  1. shanedex

    shanedex New Member

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    1. Create Stickers
    Stickers can be a cheap way of getting the word out about your app and don’t require more work after you create the design and get them printed. stickers should be “cool” if you want people to use them. They should either be iconic, funny, or make people curious. This is one of the best ways to use for android app promotions.
    2. Create Business Cards
    If you don’t have business cards for your app, you should really consider having some made up. They are great for Meetup groups or other events, but you can also leave them with your bill at restaurants and mail them with your bills. Most companies use this method to promote android apps on their website. Well it's promising.
    3. Giveaways
    You can giveaway notebooks, pads, diaries, pens and other, day to day usable items with your stamp on it. Using this method people will recognize you and pay attention to your store. This is a great advertisement strategy and works really well. you can also giveaway calendars, coffee mugs, and other usable things. People love free gifts,
    4. Partnership
    You can make some company partnerships in letting your app on their products covers and websites. By this, you’re gaining more android app installs, and people will automatically think that your app credibility as the partnered company. You can become a partner in advertising of your related business to maximize the reach of the advertisement.
     

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