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patapplepatapple Posts: 873Member
Hi,

I have a game in the app store (2 versions) and i made 120 paid downloads of both from mid february. I did the iphone version free for 24 hours and i made 250 download but from a week, every day I made 0 download. I made all the possible , facebook page with 50 fans, website with frequently update, twitter, youtube trailer, email to review site....I don't have any idea to what can I do more???

Do you have any advice?

P.s:
link apps: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/catch-the-airplanes/id504316695?l=it&ls=1&mt=8

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/catch-the-airplanes-hd/id504340017?l=es&mt=8

Website: http://www.facebook.com/balestraPatrick

Facebook: http://patrickbalestra.wordpress.com/

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  • EatingMyHatEatingMyHat Posts: 1,246Member
    Thanks for sharing the spreadsheet @simo103



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  • patapplepatapple Posts: 873Member
    @simo03 thanks! I already sent email to the majority of these site. I try again... :))
  • simo103simo103 Posts: 1,331Member, PRO
    No problem .... I didn't get much luck even hitting those sites myself. I'm kind of working on the idea that I need a number of apps (maybe 5-10) so that I have a better chance that one will get noticed and bring attention to the others.
  • apppickercomapppickercom Posts: 11Member
    No problem .... I didn't get much luck even hitting those sites myself. I'm kind of working on the idea that I need a number of apps (maybe 5-10) so that I have a better chance that one will get noticed and bring attention to the others.
    Hi, when you submitting your app to a review site there are some important things to include.

    1. Always include the name of the app. Sounds silly, but out of 30+ review per day, 1-2 forget to mention the name of the app.
    2. Always include the iTunes url link.
    3. Give a brief description of the app and why it stands out from other, similar apps.
    4. Provide the price of the app or include the fact that it's free, if that's the case.
    5. If it's not for free, then offer a promo code for the purposes of testing the app.
    6. If the site replies requesting a promo, follow that up and send a promo code. The chances are they are now interested. I have 100+ app submissions in my "waiting promo code" folder.

    Hope this helps

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