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iOS: Take 14. Attribution, Appeals & ASO
The future is about privacy. The connecting lines piecing together your usage history across user IDs and devices are being severed. Our ASO Food for Thought from July 7, 2020.
Discussing the Next Generation of ASO
StoreMaven's President, Adam Rakib, sat down with Jam City's SVP Publishing, Vanessa Rouhani, to share their insights at MGS2020 and address all your burning questions
Watch Our Webinar: The Creative Optimization Masterclass
Watch our very own Amy Hilman, App Store Marketing Team Lead, and Danny Spyra, Yahoo Finance’s Director of Product Marketing, bringing prowess to creative optimization efforts
Watch Our Webinar: How to Prepare Your Mobile Game Prelaunch
Watch our expert App Store Optimization panel that will help you leave behind all the uncertainties when coming to launch a mobile game.
Emerging After Corona: Are We There Yet?
Most of these apps grew sharply, peaking in mid-March. But news fatigue happened. And general fatigue too. Our ASO Food for Thought from May 28, 2020
Lockdown ≠ Letdown & Apple Focuses on ASA
It starts with understanding how users engage with your store. Then you can decide how to affect that engagement. ASO Food for Thought from May 15, 2020.
When the Power of Localization Comes In
Culturalization can be the winning ticket to app store success. And it’s how you apply that process that matters. Our ASO Food for Thought from May 1, 2020.
App Store Statistics Revealed: What We Learned from Analyzing 500M Sessions
Storemaven helps you regain control of your marketing funnel by unveiling user behavior statistics based on 500M sessions and 4+ years of analyzing leading developers.
Finding Mobile Growth Leaks and Organic UA
We can’t just sit and wait it out. We need to be proactive and that means always having your finger on the pulse. Our ASO Food for Thought from April 21, 2020.
When Corona Makes it to the App Stores
Tastes change surprisingly quickly when humans are forced into a new lifestyle overnight. Our ASO Food for Thought from April 2, 2020.