One of the primary reasons why retail will never die out because we love to shop. History proves that we had always loved shopping to an extent that we ended up burning holes in our pockets, this fact was leveraged by upcoming retailers that start growing their loyal customer base by selling stuff in discounts, bearing losses and then using the acquired customer base to earn revenue. Soon this trick became too common for people to adapt to it and come up with newer ideas and suddenly there was this outburst of new retailers, new ideas, new schemes and new innovations. After the entry of mobile, everything got disrupted.
That being said, retail will never die. But retailers might, if they don’t start with an omni-channel strategy already.
When Uncle Ben said, “With great power, comes great responsibility,” little did he know about the mammoth effect his line was going to have on the world. Within a span of five years apps have taken control of the entire consumerism and changed the realm as we know it. People carry connected devices with them all the time and use them to watch TV & news, socialize, make purchases, and navigate . . . in short, for everything.
As an app marketer you must have figured out by now how omni-channel is a very powerful medium to connect with the consumer. Of course mobile and tablets are very personal things, it will not be surprising if you end up making mistakes and consequently losing your customer for good. I will help you identify those mistakes and get rid of them before you set out on marketing your app:
Whether you want to have an automated conversation or respond to slash commands, bots are extremely useful and play an important part in your day to day life. By Integrating a Slack channel with Automated Bots, bot users can do almost anything you can program them to. It all depends on the AI we implement in the bot programs to respond to our queries.
Today the success stories of top gaming companies keep iterating the fact that the primary focus is on 3 major aspects:
Allow me to tell you a secret: We are going to help you predict the future.
No, it is not going to be like they fake in the movies and no, we are not going to give you the location of any crystal ball. What we will do is give you the access to a feature that will tell you what your users are going to do next.
Yes, you read that correct. What I am going to write next is not exactly opening the Pandora’s Box but it is nothing less. We have always wondered what if we could somehow use the historical app data of the users, model it and using machine learning algorithms, forecast their next move. Continue reading
Facebook Remarketing has always been a sure shot way of getting users converted on websites. What exactly has it been doing? Simply targeting those users who visited your page but dropped off without doing desired things, on Facebook. Marketers have been leveraging this tool to get more and more users converted effectively. What if the same could be made possible on apps? What if there was a way you could get a list of users not doing certain events so that you could run a Facebook ad campaign to target and convert them?
Welcoming Facebook Remarketing in App42 MA—the comprehensive app analytics and app marketing automation tool—that has this incredible ability to give you a very precise list of users specific to your needs so that you can target them through Facebook ads. Continue reading
The other day I was on this quiz app and was frivolously checking out random quizzes and topics, not that it was my first day on that app—I used to do this every day until I accidentally clicked on weekly leaderboard. I saw some of my dumb friends—they admit that they are dumb so it is really safe to mention it here—leading the board. Something triggered in me and I took it on my ego that if they were dumb and still topping the leaderboard, how could I stay behind. Immediately, I started participating in all the quizzes to increase my score and I didn’t stop until I had topped the leaderboard. The story doesn’t end here—now my friends had become more active seeing me moving past them in weekly scores, so they upped their game—so I had to take up more and more quizzes so stay on top. Then I started unlocking new levels and earned this badge that mentioned my user as Einstein—that boosted my confidence to a whole new level—and I started participated in bigger tournaments so that I could show other participants who their daddy was.
All of this happened within a week’s span. I went from being a dormant user to the one who was spending 4-5 hours on the app every day. I very well knew what was happening—I was getting gamified.