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Tips for marketing a watercolor app?

Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions & Feedback' started by ParroxPAW, May 9, 2016.

  1. ParroxPAW

    ParroxPAW BANNED BANNED

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    Hey there!

    I just wanted to ask you guys for some tips on how you guys think one should go about advertising/marketing for a watercolor app? It costs 4.99 and it is the most realistic watercolor app in the app store. We just have not been able to get a lot of downloads (15 a day-ish).

    Anyone have any ideas??
     
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    I take it you are targeting Americans?

    Use the app and make watercolor pictures of the 3 leading presidential candidates.

    Upload the 3 pics to your FB fan page (make sure they are in the best resolution and size).

    Come up with a catch title ... share your link to the app.

    Promote it with FB ads and see if it gets shared.
     
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    You think that FB marketing is the best way to go?

    The instagram of the app is called AurynInk and I just recently posted a video that shows how exactly it works! Just telling you so that you can maybe gauge based on that what the best way to go is??
     
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    I couldn't tell you what the best way to promote it is. I was just throwing out an idea.

    You could also contact influences and ask them to review your app for free lifetime access to the app or something.

    You could also give it away for free and have options for upgrades inside the app.

    Might be a easier sell than asking people to cough up with $5.


    I am just familiar with FB ads so I am biased towards it.