Best places to promote mobile offers?
Hey guys I was wondering if you could tell me some of the best places to do mobile offers? I hear a lot of people speaking mobile so I want to give it a shot today. Thanks
Revo mob and many other clissified website you promote you application,,,
May you can give a try into facebook ads.
make fan pages about ur offers, it will decrease ur cost.
you must give "value" such like information about healthy if they got headache.
just play ur logic and creativity.

CPA not just hit and run.
you must analize their behaviour.
i hope it helps.

good luck mate
(01-10-2016, 01:05 PM)kingbelcher Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.Hey guys I was wondering if you could tell me some of the best places to do mobile offers? I hear a lot of people speaking mobile so I want to give it a shot today. Thanks

FB ADs are good. Only problem is that you can not promote the direct affiliate link you have to make a landing page then link that to the affiliate link for a mobile offer. I believe that the cpalead and most cpa sites affiliate link domains have been blocked from entering in the FB Ads creation page.
(01-11-2016, 01:03 AM)brainrecycle Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.May you can give a try into facebook ads.
make fan pages about ur offers, it will decrease ur cost.
you must give "value" such like information about healthy if they got headache.
just play ur logic and creativity.

CPA not just hit and run.
you must analize their behaviour.
i hope it helps.

good luck mate

i agree with you but applying this is very difficult, to get ideas outside the box is daunting process
Hello,
It can be difficult to get started but being persistent is key! We have a very solid mobile offer base and new OG/Meta tags built into our Link Locker with various domains that shouldn't be blocked!

Regards,
Justin
Well i give a try to Revo mob i hate facebook stupid strategy
Airpush is a solid traffic source for mobile ;) Are you interested in mobile cpi offers?
(01-10-2016, 01:05 PM)kingbelcher Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.Hey guys I was wondering if you could tell me some of the best places to do mobile offers? I hear a lot of people speaking mobile so I want to give it a shot today. Thanks

Yes, mobile CPA offer is one of the best monetizing formats. You have to analize good the market and GEOs becsuse it is the most risky as well.
Revo mob is really good for you, its will help with promotion
Mobile is great and is growing, indeed.

If you're asking about where to GET the best mobile offers, I can certainly advise you Mobidea, Mobvista, CPALead and ClicksMob, for example.

But if you're searching for traffic sources to PROMOTE these same offers, then you're looking at the likes of Facebook (through Facebook Ads, or niche group posting), InMobi, AdCash, Google Adwords, Propeller Ads, and even ExoClick and Ero-Advertising (these two are specifically for Adult promotion.)

Cheers!
Think that your hard work is over now that you’ve finally finished developing your mobile app?

Think again.

If you want to your app to perform well you’re going to have to spend time actively promoting it — success doesn’t just happen by itself.

Unfortunately, a large number of developers don’t know the first thing about promoting their app. If you form part of this group, well, you’re in luck! To help you get started, we’ve put together this list of ten of the best websites to promote your app.
And best of all, they’re free.

Product Hunt

You could think of PH as a Reddit for cool products & startups. A community of product developers, founders, tinkerers and enthusiasts votes every day on the best new products launching. Those who make it to the top usually enjoy the benefit of the attention, feedback and sometimes significant traffic. You can’t just submit your product though, someone from the community needs to “hunt” your product and you’ll need a large number of upvotes to be featured. There are many posts on how to plan for your launch on PH and these are some of the best.

Launching Next

If you’re trying to build up some hype for your mobile app prior to launch, consider submitting your app for review by Launching Next. You only get to say a few words about your app, but it’s well worth the couple of minutes it will take to fill out the submission form — a good number of apps accepted, there are regular updates and you get a hungry audience, all looking to find the next big thing.

Springwise

Springwise won’t accept just any run of the mill app; to be considered, you need to be offering something truly groundbreaking. Tick that box and your app can get a lot of exposure to a large, tech-savvy audience. It’s not just mobile apps that get featured; any unique ideas for a new business has a place.

The Startup Pitch

To get featured on The Startup Pitch, you’ll have to answer several carefully chosen questions about your app, essentially turning your submission into a pitch to encourage audience members to try out your app. This is great as it allows you not just to talk about what your app is, but why people should try it out.

Netted

Next up we have Netted, ran by the team behind the well-respected Webby awards. Only consumer-focused apps can be considered, but if you are lucky enough to be featured you’ll give your app a lot of exposure. If accepted, your app will get additional coverage by being included in their regular newsletter roundup.

Startupli.st

The Startupli.st allows you to generate more than exposure; it helps you build a following. Only apps new to the scene are accepted, but, alongside a short description, you’re able to include links to all your social media profiles. Audience members are encouraged to follow the apps that interest them most and even engage in discussions around the app.

SuS

SuS — short for Startups using Startups — is a quirky little site where entrepreneurs are encouraged to share the apps they found most useful with other startups. The “I scratch your back, you scratch mine” is a nice twist, and as a developer you’re able to submit any apps you’ve created as well as the apps you use.

Betalist

If you’re yet to launch your app, Betalist is a great place to start your promotion; only startups with a “coming soon” page are accepted. The exposure you can generate is generally impressive, with up to 500 subscribers to your mailing list commonplace — think what you could do with that! Sign-up is free, but you can pay to speed things along.

AppStorm

The AppStorm website is broken down into several different sections, which each one dedicated to a different mobile platform — perfect if your app is only available on a specific platform. As well as allowing you to explain what your app does, AppStorm also personally review certain apps and send out a regular roundup newsletter to their ever-growing mailing list.

Rate My Startup

Finally we have Rate My Startup, unique because after your app is featured members of the community get to vote based on how much they like your app; impress the community and your app could be permanently featured in the “top app” section of the homepage — a big incentive. Submissions can take a while to be processed but if you’re willing to pay you can speed things up substantially.
(04-23-2017, 02:58 AM)jitendra8819 Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.Think that your hard work is over now that you’ve finally finished developing your mobile app?

Think again.

If you want to your app to perform well you’re going to have to spend time actively promoting it — success doesn’t just happen by itself.

Unfortunately, a large number of developers don’t know the first thing about promoting their app. If you form part of this group, well, you’re in luck! To help you get started, we’ve put together this list of ten of the best websites to promote your app.
And best of all, they’re free.

Product Hunt

You could think of PH as a Reddit for cool products & startups. A community of product developers, founders, tinkerers and enthusiasts votes every day on the best new products launching. Those who make it to the top usually enjoy the benefit of the attention, feedback and sometimes significant traffic. You can’t just submit your product though, someone from the community needs to “hunt” your product and you’ll need a large number of upvotes to be featured. There are many posts on how to plan for your launch on PH and these are some of the best.

Launching Next

If you’re trying to build up some hype for your mobile app prior to launch, consider submitting your app for review by Launching Next. You only get to say a few words about your app, but it’s well worth the couple of minutes it will take to fill out the submission form — a good number of apps accepted, there are regular updates and you get a hungry audience, all looking to find the next big thing.

Springwise

Springwise won’t accept just any run of the mill app; to be considered, you need to be offering something truly groundbreaking. Tick that box and your app can get a lot of exposure to a large, tech-savvy audience. It’s not just mobile apps that get featured; any unique ideas for a new business has a place.

The Startup Pitch

To get featured on The Startup Pitch, you’ll have to answer several carefully chosen questions about your app, essentially turning your submission into a pitch to encourage audience members to try out your app. This is great as it allows you not just to talk about what your app is, but why people should try it out.

Netted

Next up we have Netted, ran by the team behind the well-respected Webby awards. Only consumer-focused apps can be considered, but if you are lucky enough to be featured you’ll give your app a lot of exposure. If accepted, your app will get additional coverage by being included in their regular newsletter roundup.

Startupli.st

The Startupli.st allows you to generate more than exposure; it helps you build a following. Only apps new to the scene are accepted, but, alongside a short description, you’re able to include links to all your social media profiles. Audience members are encouraged to follow the apps that interest them most and even engage in discussions around the app.

SuS

SuS — short for Startups using Startups — is a quirky little site where entrepreneurs are encouraged to share the apps they found most useful with other startups. The “I scratch your back, you scratch mine” is a nice twist, and as a developer you’re able to submit any apps you’ve created as well as the apps you use.

Betalist

If you’re yet to launch your app, Betalist is a great place to start your promotion; only startups with a “coming soon” page are accepted. The exposure you can generate is generally impressive, with up to 500 subscribers to your mailing list commonplace — think what you could do with that! Sign-up is free, but you can pay to speed things along.

AppStorm

The AppStorm website is broken down into several different sections, which each one dedicated to a different mobile platform — perfect if your app is only available on a specific platform. As well as allowing you to explain what your app does, AppStorm also personally review certain apps and send out a regular roundup newsletter to their ever-growing mailing list.

Rate My Startup

Finally we have Rate My Startup, unique because after your app is featured members of the community get to vote based on how much they like your app; impress the community and your app could be permanently featured in the “top app” section of the homepage — a big incentive. Submissions can take a while to be processed but if you’re willing to pay you can speed things up substantially.

I totally agree with the way you have put it though ....in other words there's the real work (promotion & stuff) after managing to complete your app
I think best place of free advertisement is Android forums and iOS forum where you can advertise your application, software and offers or whatever is related to mobile.

FB Advertisement is another good option.
You can create a fanpage and target cheap list on asian and third world countries for cheap likes. you can also create Instagram page and use follow liker for it. I hope it helps
(01-10-2016, 01:05 PM)kingbelcher Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.Hey guys I was wondering if you could tell me some of the best places to do mobile offers? I hear a lot of people speaking mobile so I want to give it a shot today. Thanks

you can go ahead with Facebook ads, and you will have to create a good Landing page and it should not be a problem if you have any experience, it's quietly simple, so wish you luck for that!
I think facebook will help u,many peaple use fb for it!!)
(01-10-2016, 01:05 PM)kingbelcher Wrote: Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites.Hey guys I was wondering if you could tell me some of the best places to do mobile offers? I hear a lot of people speaking mobile so I want to give it a shot today. Thanks

you could really try facebook, it works well, and is quietly cheap, you should just avoid mistakes, not to make your account ban! if you really don't want to work with Facebook, you can use a spytool like Signup or Login to view earning guides for mobile apps and websites. to look for the best traffic source for your campaign, they do have a trial now and they work really good for mobile offers! good luck!


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