Cpi

  • App Developers: It’s Time to Focus on Retention Strategies (Report)

    … shows a retention rate of less than 4 percent and an acquisition cost of $1 million, leading to a loss of more than $900,000. Apps need a retention strategy to reduce this massive loss. Push notifications were shown to increase retention up to 20 percent. Personalizing notifications, by sending them at the optimal time, increased the mean retention…

    Inside Facebookin Mobile- 16 readers -
  • 5 Tips to Improve Apps’ Retention, Engagement and Conversion (Infographic)

    … There has been a recent uptick in users downloading applications only to remove the same app shortly thereafter. Whether it’s because of negative reviews in stores, or dissatisfied customers are ditching apps that don’t meet expectations, retention is a challenge for app developers. A new infographic from mobile marketing technology startup…

    AllFacebookin Mobile- 26 readers -
  • Fiksu: Cost to Acquire Loyal iOS Users Fell in March

    … Mobile marketing technology company Fiksu released its indexes for March 2016, which revealed that the cost to acquire a loyal user on iOS decreased 8 percent from February, to $3.21, up 4 percent year-over-year. In addition, Fiksu’s App Store Competitive Index–which tracks the average number of daily downloads for the top 200 free iOS…

    AllFacebookin Mobile- 20 readers -
  • Elex Mobile Game Growth Surges 12X with Nanigans and Facebook Ads [Case Study]

    … a goal for scaling mobile app installs through Facebook advertising, they needed to achieve that scale in a strategic and sustainable way. Maintaining consistent performance—as measured primarily by cost-per-install (CPI) and downstream revenue—was a critical factor in defining the success criteria. ‘Scale + performance’ was the name of the game…

    Nanigansin Social- 34 readers -
  • Fluent: One-Half of Mobile Users Have Never Paid for a Gaming App

    … Customer acquisition platform Fluent released the results of a new survey that analyzed the mobile gaming habits of 1,014 American mobile device owners. According to the report, 77 percent of respondents said they play mobile games multiple times per week, while 46 percent said they play mobile games every day. In addition, 49 percent…

    AllFacebook- 7 readers -
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