App Marketing Overseas
Apr 12, 2019

How to Market your App Internationally

The only thing better than creating an app that is well received by your target, local audience, is an app that is loved by people world over! With such a wide variety of apps on the market, your app’s ability to attract a diverse set of users will determine its success.

Your first step should be to identify the countries where you would like to market the app based on a few critical considerations. Your research should include a thorough analysis of the demographics of your target countries. The population of active smartphone users, relevance of your services and the existing competitors will also play a key role when you design your app marketing strategy.

When tapping a new market, especially that of a different country, app localization is essential. By definition, this means to adapt your app to the language and cultural nuances of the countries in which you would like to expand your business. You may need to translate the language, change the time zone and currency symbols and even change some text altogether.

Going global with an app may seem like a daunting task, but fortunately, there are professionals specially equipped to help you. Learn more on how language is an integral part of a user’s online experience with our infographic on ‘How to Market your App Internationally.’

While you’re at it, ensure that you mark your presence on the right app stores and social networking sites and don’t forget to engage in some local marketing!

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Alpi Mantry

Alpi Mantry

Alpi Mantry is the Co-Founder and COO at Translate By Humans. She has more than 10 years of extensive experience working at companies like Oracle, Deloitte, and Infosys. Alpi has been with Translate By Humans for over 5 years and works with all our esteemed global clients such as Vogue, Nike, HSBC, Google, Amazon and many more for localizing their content and solving their translation woes. Alpi is a regular contributor to credible platforms such as, Tech in Asia, Applift, Nimble, and several others.

Along with developing and managing clientele at Translate By Humans, Alpi is also a professional photographer and takes the most interesting pictures.

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  • Alex Marsh
    Apr 30, 2019
    Thanks for sharing such an informative blog about app marketing strategy.Keep sharing this type of stuff with us. It will be great to keep reading you.

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