It is important to us that our customers are able to utilize our tools successfully to create the additional revenue that they are seeking.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
More people are entering the app making world in the hope of making a passive income to top up their salaries from their daily profession. App empires of all kinds are emerging, but unfortunately many are missing out on additional income because they only engage in one monetization scheme.
AppsGeyser has produced a monetization guide to help those building apps with AppsGeyser’s free app tools to make more money and become successful app makers. There are a number of ways in which making money is possible, from banner advertisements, to upselling and networking. AppsGeyser also has their own inbuilt monetization scheme that all apps are entitled to once they reach the minimum download and usage ratio requirements.
When implementing monetization tools within an app, app makers must ensure that they are integrating the schemes that will encourage a high conversion rate, more click-throughs means more money. It's vital that the ads are relevant, non-invasive and helpful to the app user.
Harold Smith spoke to use earlier this week; "I thought creating an app was all I needed to do and the money would come rolling in, I did not consider that implementing so many ads would put off my users and actually lose me money. This guide has turned my revenue around dramatically. "
“For the team at AppsGeyser giving the tools to create free apps is only the beginning,” AppsGeyser Co-founder Vasily Salomatov, explained, “It is important to us that our customers are able to utilize our tools successfully to create the additional revenue that they are seeking.”
AppsGeyser, launched in February 2011, is a fast growing Android app creation platform. AppsGeyser enables users to create apps for Android devices from any web content in under five minutes. AppsGeyser has seen more than 385,000 apps created on its platform. There have been more than 255 million downloads of its apps.