Content Strategist at Checkaso
How can you make your app popular? I’ve collected 30+ sources for the app reviewing (text media, Youtube channels, and podcasts), a checklist for a submission letter, and an example of the perfect press kit. You’re totally armed from now on.
So you've published your app on Product Hunt, Betalist and Betapage. What’s next? Below is a list of media that can write about you. To make the navigation easier, we’ve indicated each average monthly traffic.
Don't be limited by specialized resources. Build on your audience. Is it an educational, organizing, or sports app you’re launching? Find the relevant media.
There are two ways to contact: either write directly to the editor, or fill out a form on the website. Depends on the resource. Anyway, you should keep in mind this checklist to form a message.
Here's an example of a great app press kit, it has all the necessary elements. Take it as an example. There should be description, features, factsheet, video, images, logo, icon, additional links (social media), contact.
Think big – don't focus only on the text media. Youtube also has enough review channels. True, it will be more difficult to get there for free. But it's worth a try. Much depends on the number of channel subscribers and the uniqueness of your app. Contacts are available on the channel page.
How to find the relevant one? Explore podcasts from well-known studios to be sure that it will be of high quality. Here is a selection of big important ones, look for detailed podcast lists on their websites. You can also search for small podcasts with relevant topics. ⠀
Hope it was helpful. You can find more checklists and app marketing guides in the Checkaso blog. See you!
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