2. Visuals and video
- To keep consumers active and involved, keep the video length up to two to three minutes.
- Reduce feature presentations to 25 per cent of the total video— the priority will be on the app’s advantages, not how to use them.
- Don’t use trademarks or components from third parties, even though the application interacts with those firms. You want to be aware of an infringement of copyright.
- A headline that describes in one paragraph the end value for the consumers
- Two or three sentences describing how this helps the company
Applying your keywords
- To help surface the app in related searches, follow the rules of on-page SEO.
- Do not use the keyword stuff (the act of using the keyword in your writing too much / unnatural). Your keyword needs to fit naturally into your explanation.
- And use the keyword variations— order writing and deleting documents, for example— throughout, so don’t think about singular or plural. The search engine also accounts for that.
- Consistently check and refine your app listing to ensure you choose the right keywords for your product.
- Hold it short but concise. Deliver the most critical piece of knowledge readers need to learn soon.
- Using quick, plain words. For eg, don’t say ‘usage’ when you can only say ‘use.’
- Read the document out loud. It sounds dumb but this way you’ll notice inappropriate sentences and overused words better.
- Edit, step back for a day or two and edit again. And get it edited by someone else again. Types and bad spelling will come across as unprofessional and may threaten your credibility with users. If needed, hire a freelance editor.
5.Building trust with users
Explain your pricing policy clearly
- AppPurchaseOneTime: For products or services which are only paid once. Every transaction requires merchant approval.
- AppSubscription: For recurringly paid products or utilities. The subscription must be accepted by the retailer only once, and any recurring payments are immediately billed. Device licenses are paid for the user information.
- AppCredit: For changes to orders. Device points will be refunded on subsequent sales with the device. Shopify deducts the modification of your order from potential payouts to your company account.
- Free to install: Merchants don’t pay anything to install the app.
- Recurring charge: Merchants are billed every 30 days or every year they have the device installed. If you chose this choice, you can add more details on how your monthly and annual plans operate
- One-time payment: Merchants are paid a single fee for downloading the device.
Share FAQs and support links
Dealing with bad reviews: If a merchant posts a critical comment that addresses a mistake or error, it is a perfect way for you to contact the customer and address the problem head-on. It will help keep the merchant, solve the dilemma for potential customers and prove an ability to cooperate for them.
7.Tracking your listing
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