Running a Startup: Building Your Brand & Marketing Your App

Running a Startup: Building Your Brand & Marketing Your App

Running a startup from the get-go is a highly exciting and potentially rewarding experience for anyone ready to dive in. But most “small businesses” aspire to grow and build from the 4-person team they’ve started out with. To grow you must learn how to read the market and be one step ahead of your competitors. Here are a few ways you can accomplish that.

Building Your Brand

Your brand is everything when it comes to getting your app out there. The service, and ultimately the solution, your app offers is obviously important but what separates you from your competitors is your brand. A brand that truly speaks to your users and offers everything they’re looking for, in the simplest and cheapest way.

This is your opportunity to build customer trust and loyalty. The more familiar people are with your brand, the more they will trust the business behind that brand. To brand your app business in a more effective way it’s vital to send a clear message to your market about why they should download your app or stick with it. Create instantly recognizable marketing materials that distinguish you from your competitors. Your brand is what people will remember.

Technology has transformed the way we do things daily. The route to success lies in following the newest tech trends, especially for small startup businesses. Use this to your advantage! Make your brand known using the web and social media tools.

Marketing Your App

Marketing is an important aspect of a growing app business. You can no longer just hope for the best after you’ve launched. You need a marketing strategy in place to succeed. Nowadays, there are a handful of ways to market your app and technology is a big one. When it comes to making the most of the new technology, you must be ready to understand SEO techniques and get the word out there.

An app business needs certain skills and expertise that ensures your app is seen in the best light possible by users. To start, set aside funding to market your app. Next, either hire a marketing professional to join your team or team up with marketing experts to get things rolling. Finally, keep at it! Don’t just spend the first 3 months blowing up social media with your new app. This is an ongoing process that should be nurtured continuously.

Myranda Cate

myranda@phdlabs.com

Myranda "Coach" Cate is a wordsmith by day and a volleyball extraordinaire by night. When Myranda isn't using her writing degree skills to blog on Nerdy Talk, she spends her spare time shaping young volleyball champions. Coach love's meeting up with friends at Esther's Taco House always with a Dos Equis Amber in her hand.

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