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According to new data, losing 80 percent of mobile users is quite normal in today’s scenario!
On an average, the app retention metrics show pretty bad result. Over the past couple of years, the app industry has seen some remarkable changes. Starting from Google’s Mobile App Indexing API to Mobilegeddon and Apple’s Search API, there is a lot app developers need to keep up with. The market is highly volatile and ever-changing.
However, something that hasn’t changed is the metrics. As per previous methods, today also the dashboard shows that revenue leads while download remain the key, and prime focus is on app store optimization.
But looking at the present scenario, are these simple metrics good enough to determine the performance of mobile marketing in 2016? Will a static dashboard be the parameter in this dynamic industry?
The answer is, no!
The importance of app uninstalls or in other words the need for retention is now greater than app downloads. Traditionally, app installs or downloads, have been considered the primary factor for any leading mobile app marketing campaign. However, with all the information that we have about app retention, app usage and monetization, installs cannot be considered the all-in-all factor!
Moreover in 2016, we have to start focusing on uninstalls and ways to avoid it, rather than simply emphasizing on installs.
At the core, app installs are considered the acquisition metric. It determines the figure showing you how many users have discovered the app and downloaded it. This metric is kind of straightforward, providing considerable and assumptive insights to your user base and its sustainability. With this, it clearly determines two things:
So, what’s the problem?
Well, the problem is that app installs no longer project the whole scenario or the actual benchmark.. Experts reveal that app installs literally fail to gather any data based on the value or cost of install. If you get into this kind of research further, you can find that:
In the world of mobile apps, experts believe that, retention is the key to measure the value of an app . It can show how many users who have already downloaded the app are actually using it. Here the metric is crucial as it can empower, the app developer, to see what is really working and what is not, to keep your users engaged and intrigued. Moreover, it also helps in retaining customers and rectifying the issues.
Fine tuning your app is actually paramount in order to maximize app retention, which eventually increases conversion.
The key to measure retention is to understand the frequency of users returning to the app after their very first visit over a certain timeframe.
An overwhelming on-boarding experience can be your key to user retention. You have to keep them engaged and connected, monitor their behavior, and see how they are using the app.
For this using fresh content, interesting tweaks, engaging changes and compelling graphics to make visitors sign up is the key!
Short on ideas about how to do it? Well, these tips might help:
There are several factors that can literally boost your app retention. You have to monitor, analyze and optimize your app, and finally launch. Once your app is launch in the market you still have to repeat the entire process to enhance the quality of the app and for best results.
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