A very important aspect to the success of any app is the application of the Asobo way of App Store Optimization. This article will explain some of the ways that an Android app developer can implement Asobo optimization to their apps and will offer some useful pointers in this regard.
The first thing to note about Asobo is that it requires a massive amount of time to learn, much more time than you probably have to spend developing your app. It is definitely worth the investment.
In Asobo, you will find 3 main tools: Dashboard, Keyword Tracker and Activity Monitor. Each tool will function individually and in conjunction with each other, so be sure to make use of them when you need to create a layout of the keywords used in your app.
There are several things that you need to consider when implementing Asobo, but the most important is to have a good understanding of the apps category in the app store. The keywords used for the app store optimize can vary from product to product and from store to store. Hence, you should focus on the right keywords in your app and build a campaign around them.
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Before you integrate Asobo into your app, you must test your app by downloading it on a variety of devices. The more your app works on different kinds of devices, the more your users will experience your app. One way to do this is to test your app with your current users on both their handsets and also on their tablets.
After you are confident that your app works on all kinds of devices, you should then go ahead and optimize it for the app store. The first thing to do is to create a new database file. To do this, you simply need to do a batch rename to your favorite extension like.Asobod for instance.
Now you need to add the keywords for the app to the database, but one thing you should remember is that, in order to prevent mis-categorization, you need to do this on a project-by-project basis. In other words, you should look for a specific keyword and then choose the same keyword on every campaign you do for your app. Finally, you can have it written down in the App Name file and then you can also include it in the app description file.