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JT Klepp        & Chris Joneswww.jtklepp.comwww.codengo.com 1                 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights...
Agenda – Marketing Mix for Mobile AppsI.   Introduction to CodeNgoII. ProductIII. PlaceIV. PriceV. PromotionsVI. Case Stud...
Alternate App Store Distribution
✓✓✓✓✓✓
http://youtu.be/ent8QxaOxNo
PRODUCT6   © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
Understand your ValueProposition        BenefitsValue =          Cost
Understand your ValueProposition                                          r Example: Value proposition for Smartphones Sou...
Understand your ValueProposition                              Status                          Entertain        Benefits   ...
Engage                     Increase user                     activityDiscover                                 MonetizeIncr...
Practical Example: Valuein the first line Instagram 15 Million Users Love Instagram! It’s a free, fun and simple way to ma...
Practical Example: Value   in the first line         Instagram         15 Million Users Love Instagram! It’s a free, fun a...
Practical Example: Wrapup and keep it real   Keep the language non-techie. Add   testimonials   Be honest: If this is a fr...
PLACE14                 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.     http://www.hard-lessons.com/wp-content/...
Over 1.1 Millions Apps!
 30 Million Unique        Visitors/Month 100 Million Downloads/Month
 The World’s BestSelling SmartphoneVendor App Store Pre-loaded to Millionsof Handsets
 Generates 3x morerevenue/daily userthan Google Play Expanding toEurope
“Too Damn Hard Bucket”
Is Your App Sold Here?
22     PRICE     © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
Decide on you model                                                                                    Pay-per-     Ads   ...
Or simply sell it24       © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
Understand differencesAUD: 7.76      7.38                                                  6.61   7.4925          © Copyri...
Understand differences26     © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
Understand differences                                                           •    Research top app                    ...
PROMOTIONhttp://theinspirationroom.com/daily/print/2009/3/Berger_Natural_Finish.jpg
Your App??
http://youtu.be/VLiLaXgpStc
Click Thru Rates                      for Mobile & Digital                      Campaigns are                      typical...
A Case Study in Offline Marketing – Rob Kawalsky
Thank You!Fan Us: facebook.com/CodengoDevelopersFollow Us: @AppSubmissionsRegister Your Free Account: CodeNgo.com Emai...
The 4Ps of Mobile App Marketing
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  • Intro The fact that we’re discussing the 4Ps of marketing is due to the recognition that building a great product is no longer sufficient for ensuring success but rather a min req Need for an effective marketing strategy is crucial to ones chances for launching a successful app
  • CodeNgo is an Aussie-based startup with a goal of helping developers make more money by providing them tools to run their businesses more efficiently We do this by specifically focusing on the non-technical challenges in the mobile ecosystem that prevent developers from maximizing their revenues Our lead service is our App Store Submissions service. With this service you fill out one submission form and can submit your app to multiple app stores In addition, we’ll soon be adding automatic image re-sizing and language translation services – again, non-technical challenges that often impede your ability to make money
  • Currently we support up to 20 different stores Some you’ll have heard of like Google Play, Amazon and Getjar Others like Mobango, SlideMe and Soc.io Mall are less well known but with millions of users and hundreds of millions of downloads
  • With CodeNgo we handle the busy work for you Our objective is to help devs and pubs make more money. We do this by specifically focusing on the non-technical challenges in the mobile ecosystem We’re starting with our App Store Submissions service and to that we’ll soon be adding automatic image re-sizing and language translation services
  • Did you know Rovio has 50 other titles than Angry Birds?Rovio is expected to exceed Nokia in valuation
  • Discover: Friend finding (address book integration, social network integration), Social Network Publishing, Localization, Cross-promotions/friend recommendationsEngage: Online profiles, leaderboards, achievements, emails, push notifications, location awareness
  • Common wisdom is that iTunes and Google play represent the best opportunity to sell your app. At a macro level that is probably true But the reality today is that inclusion in the iTunes and/or Google Play stores is the minimum requirement to distribute your app but it is far from sufficient to ensure success With over 1 million apps available between them, the chances of your app bubbling to the top are pretty small.
  • There are other alternativesGetjar is the largest independent App store Support all major OSes and very developer friendly
  • My wife has a SamSung Galaxy As the largest smartphone vendor in the world they’ve got an enormous installed base
  • The world’s largest online retailer’s offering is closest to Apple’s They have millions of credit cards on file Their rev/daily user is only 11% less than Apple’s They curate the apps available through them and have superior merchandising features to almost every other store in the market
  • Then of course you’ve got your carrier stores which tend to immediately fall into the Carrier stores can still play a role but for the small-midsize publisher, they’re likely not worth the effort at this point. Maybe our friends over at MIA can help us change that
  • And this all is just the tip of the iceberg. There are over 100 independent app stores and marketplaces all with their own communities of users. This is where we at CodeNgo want to help devs and publishers get their apps to where the consumers are instead of pushing them to where you are.
  • Fill in 1 form. Manage all of your updates. All from 1 location enabling you to spend more time on the other parts of your business
  • Goldstriker iPhone 3Gs Supreme: $3.2m
  • - Promotion – of all of the 4Ps this one is the most daunting for the majority of app developers. Most developers aren’t trained marketers and the range of options and advice out there are seemingly endless.What’s going to work best? PR, Search, Social Media, Blogging? How are you to know what’s best for you? Where to spend your limited time & resources? Unfortunately there is no 1-size fits all app marketing plan so we’re not going to present that to you. Also, the likely range of apps created by people here make an in depth review of the benefits of each of the channels of little value. So, we are going to work under the assumption that no one here has $1 million bucks to spend on promoting their app, and I’m going to focus on 4 areas.
  • - Another Aussie startup explained the benefits of partner marketing as well or better than I can so I’ll let them do it
  • Language localization is typically done by the bigger development houses. Most developers build in English and then submit it for distribution globally.CodeNgo will be helping developers with this b/c the data is overwhelming that publishers are missing a trick if they’re only building in English This recent Distimo report shows the % of revenue generated by apps in local language for iPhone and the proportion of Apps available in local languages. As you can see, by and large, your chances of success are improved greatly if the app is in the local language for that market
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    1. 1. JT Klepp & Chris Joneswww.jtklepp.comwww.codengo.com 1 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    2. 2. Agenda – Marketing Mix for Mobile AppsI. Introduction to CodeNgoII. ProductIII. PlaceIV. PriceV. PromotionsVI. Case Study – The Tonight App
    3. 3. Alternate App Store Distribution
    4. 4. ✓✓✓✓✓✓
    5. 5. http://youtu.be/ent8QxaOxNo
    6. 6. PRODUCT6 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    7. 7. Understand your ValueProposition BenefitsValue = Cost
    8. 8. Understand your ValueProposition r Example: Value proposition for Smartphones Source: www.jtklepp.com
    9. 9. Understand your ValueProposition Status Entertain Benefits DiscoveryValue = Cost “Notification overload” “Bathurst effect” Example: Foursquare 9
    10. 10. Engage Increase user activityDiscover MonetizeIncrease installeduser base Increase revenues Analyze Optimize your value proposition and revenues
    11. 11. Practical Example: Valuein the first line Instagram 15 Million Users Love Instagram! It’s a free, fun and simple way to make and share gorgeous photos on your iPhone... Quick to the point: Explain value prop, Spotify what solution the app provides, what We’re the #1 music app in the App Store - check out the 5 star ratings below! people can do with the app Draw Something Free Play the Free version of Draw Something, the most popular social drawing and Provide social proof (if possible) guessing game in the App Store with over 7 Billion drawings created! Tumblr Follow the world’s creators. Post anything: Share photos, video, quotes, chats, links, and text... 11
    12. 12. Practical Example: Value in the first line Instagram 15 Million Users Love Instagram! It’s a free, fun and simple way to make and share gorgeous photos on your iPhone... Spotify We’re the #1 music app in the App Store - check out the 5 star ratings below! Draw Something Free Play the Free version of Draw Something, the most popular social drawing and guessing game in the App Store with over 7 Billion drawings created! Tumblr Follow the world’s creators. Post anything: Share photos, video, quotes, chats, links, and text...Source: POM8.com
    13. 13. Practical Example: Wrapup and keep it real Keep the language non-techie. Add testimonials Be honest: If this is a fremium app, or a trial – let people know they will have to pay to unlock the full app Make sure to have calls to action 13
    14. 14. PLACE14 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. http://www.hard-lessons.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Confused-Etc-Road-Signs.jpg
    15. 15. Over 1.1 Millions Apps!
    16. 16.  30 Million Unique Visitors/Month 100 Million Downloads/Month
    17. 17.  The World’s BestSelling SmartphoneVendor App Store Pre-loaded to Millionsof Handsets
    18. 18.  Generates 3x morerevenue/daily userthan Google Play Expanding toEurope
    19. 19. “Too Damn Hard Bucket”
    20. 20. Is Your App Sold Here?
    21. 21. 22 PRICE © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    22. 22. Decide on you model Pay-per- Ads In-app download Format Virtual (Banners, currency text, rich media) Ad exchange Try/buy Ad network Subscriptions23 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    23. 23. Or simply sell it24 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    24. 24. Understand differencesAUD: 7.76 7.38 6.61 7.4925 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    25. 25. Understand differences26 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    26. 26. Understand differences • Research top app stores in your target markets • Price according to what the market is used to27 © Copyright 2012 Codengo Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
    27. 27. PROMOTIONhttp://theinspirationroom.com/daily/print/2009/3/Berger_Natural_Finish.jpg
    28. 28. Your App??
    29. 29. http://youtu.be/VLiLaXgpStc
    30. 30. Click Thru Rates for Mobile & Digital Campaigns are typically less than 0.5%Non-IncentivizedPPD means youpay for downloadsand increases thelikelihood that theconsumer actuallywants your app
    31. 31. A Case Study in Offline Marketing – Rob Kawalsky
    32. 32. Thank You!Fan Us: facebook.com/CodengoDevelopersFollow Us: @AppSubmissionsRegister Your Free Account: CodeNgo.com Email: info@codengo.com
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