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More and more app marketers are using Apple Search Ads as a prime mobile user acquisition channel.
When you promote iOS apps via this network, you enter the most common app discovery place – App Store search: as per Apple, 70% of App Store visitors use search to look for apps, and this search generates 65% of all app installs. It makes sense to compete for the blue-colored ad spot, isn’t it?
Another advantage of Apple Search Ads is its impressive average conversion rate of around 50%. Additionally, iOS app publishers who use this user acquisition channel get access to high-quality users willing to download and subsequently interact with the app.
The SearchAdsHQ team is very excited to announce the release of column presets. This feature helps sort out the list of required columns and save the created selection. Next time you need this column combination, you’ll just have to make a few clicks to find the preset saved upfront.
Nowadays, winning users hearts is not an easy task it used to be at the dawn of major app stores. The industry matured and the competition is enormous. Judge for yourself, there are approximately 2.1 million Android apps in the Play Market and almost 1.8 iOS apps available in the App Store.
There’s no use developing a random app in the hope of overnight success. You have to play it smart and validate every single idea before bringing it to life. The best possible way of doing it is mobile A/B testing in pre-launch.
Around 70% of App Store visitors use search to find apps which, according to Apple, provokes 65% of all app installs. Together with the average Conversion Rate of 50%, such statistics argue for the fact: there’s no better place for your app to hit than App Store ads.
Publishers running Apple Search Ads used to have access to 13 locations. But Apple’s advertising network has recently expanded its coverage, now present in 59 countries and regions. After the release on March 27, you can target users in Africa, the Middle East, and India as well as Latin America and the Caribbean.
The App Store ads support 59 Apple Search Ads storefronts after the latest update. The enhancement of available countries and regions doesn’t only mean wider coverage and more options. It also calls for smarter management approaches for Apple Search Ads.
SearchAdsHQ streamlines work with various Apple Search Ads storefronts thanks to the latest update. Now you can create campaigns with multiple countries and regions, make storefront edits to the existing campaigns, duplicate campaigns to different regions, create rules and filter data based on storefront parameter.
There are approximately 2 million apps out there on the App Store. Visibility and discoverability in this huge ocean of apps may be quite a challenge for app marketers.
Apple Search Ads has emerged as a tool to reach out to potential highly motivated users at the exact moment they do the app searching. Apple claims remarkable performance of its paid network: a 50% average conversion rate and a 65% download rate that results from a search on the App Store.
But how does Apple Search Ads cope with user acquisition in practice? To get the real picture, we’ve researched the accounts linked to our SearchAdsHQ platform.
First presented in October 2016, Apple Search Ads offers mobile publishers a chance to hold the top spot in the App Store search results. Apple claims that the average conversion rate of this app advertising channel is about 50%.
At a glance, this ad network seems like a go-to solution for anyone with an iOS app to promote. Nevertheless, even after a couple of years on the market, Apple Search Ads is a strange beast for many. That’s why we decided to compile everything you need to know about the App Store ads prior to setting up your first campaign.
If you decide to give a new UA channel a try on early stages, your priorities will probably include making the most of the first mover advantage and generating positive results. However, it’s not always possible without opting for a quality third-party solution which can close gaps of Beta state.
André Ziller from Innogames shares their Apple Search Ads journey – from becoming an early adopter to optimizing long-running campaigns with SearchAdsHQ and improving the generated profit by 22.5%.
A big event has happened in the mobile marketing world this week: Apple has announced the expansion of its ad network to 46 new storefronts globally. Before the announcement, publishers could promote their apps in only 13 countries.
The release came out on 27 March, and this is the first time Apple Search Ads has been expanded since August 2018, when France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Spain were added to the list of available storefronts.
Mobile apps represent one of the best-selling product groups of our time. It’s not a surprise given the fact that the number of smartphone users has breached three billion globally. Users downloaded more than 200 million apps in 2018 alone, thus making mobile products a highly profitable industry.
With six million mobile apps currently available on Google Play, iOS, and Amazon App Store, it’s not all that easy to sell a mobile app. In such circumstances, hoping for a major sales boost organically may not be the best tactic possible. On the contrary, promoting your product through paid mobile app advertising becomes a critical precondition of business success.
But do you know which advertising platform to choose? Would you rather pick Google Ads, Apple Search Ads, or Facebook Ads? In this post, we will compare these mobile advertising app channels, show their features and explain how they function.
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