As you may have noticed, not a single day passes by without you using an app that someone else created.

People all over the world spend around 100 minutes per day on their smartphones, and most of that time is spend using an app.

If you have an app that is in progress or a complete one, there are plenty of ways of putting it out there for businesses and users to see it. Cashing out your app is a task that requires a lot of dedication and time spent on it, but the effort is totally worth it in the end.

Take a look at these 9 tips for a successful app development career.

1. Use an app building platform

While you are still relatively new in the app building business, in order to build an app, you do not need any advanced technical knowledge. In fact, all you need is an online mobile app builder, software specifically designed for those with similar needs like yourself who need help building an app. You can use this platform to create apps and maintain them or sell them, thus gaining revenue in return. It is a great way for beginners to start their app development career, and a great way to get familiarized with the whole thing.

2. Get to know your users

Start with questions such as: Who will be using your app and for what purpose? This step is potentially the most important for the success of your app. make the right adjustments on your app towards making it work for your users, and give them the best possible experience.

3. Create a proper business and development plan

Another important thing is the way you offer your app to your users. This is where the download rates come from, and it is the business plan that distinguishes you on the market. There are 4 basic plans: free, freemium, free trial and premium. Set a plan for each of these, and see which one best fits your app and business.

4. Present your app

It is not about just marketing your app; it is presenting it in the right way. Start with the right name and make sure it fits the app and its functions. It has to be catchy and to make sense. Then comes the logo, images, promo materials, all towards creating a finishing package that looks serious and professional.

5. Track its success

Monitoring your apps’ success and the movement of your users is a key to creating & developing a successful app. See which features are popular and ways to improve them, see which can be removed or adjusted, and shape your app to satisfy the needs of the users. Satisfy their needs and your career will flourish.

6. Offer high quality customer support

Nothing is as important as a fast reply from customer service. Not only that, but the support you offer has to be useful and has to encourage users to keep on using your app. Make sure you get a good team of experts to moderate your customer support, and gain your user’s loyalty in the process.

7. Use Feedback to improve the quality

There is no negative feedback. All the info you received from your customers should be put to a good use and should be carefully revised and considered. Make sure you go through it thoroughly, for the success of your app might depend on listening to your users.

8. Be realistic

Set goals which can be achieved. Be concise in the app description, and offer only services contained within the app. Do not try and manipulate the information in order to get more downloads, for it can backfire on you. Work towards achieving your goals, and raise the bar slowly as you progress.

9. Blog about it

Set up a blog, and have posts more than once a week. Advertise your app in every post, and engage your users in downloading and trying it out. Give special offers from time to time, and give them the first insight on what your app really offers. Once you get a decent blog traffic, your app downloads will increase accordingly.

Written By
Nate M. Vickery is a business consultant from Sydney, Australia. His fields of expertise are company management and efficient work environment through latest technology trends, as well as internet marketing. He is also an editor in chief at bizzmarkblog.com.

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