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Ezgi Ada
Ezgi Ada 30 August 2018
Categories Mobile

3 Ways to Maximize In-App Marketing

People are on their phones “all the time” – we are not exaggerating. An average American adult spends 2 hours, 51 minutes on his/her smartphone every day, while mobile accounts for about 65% of the total digital media consumption.

Since mobile obsession is growing day by day, mobile marketing strategies turn out to be the most effective way to capture consumers’ attention. Among them, in-app marketing seems to be the front runner.

What is in-app marketing?

In-app marketing is about engaging with your users with responsive In-App Pop-Ups and turning your users into loyal customers.

You can select certain actions that customers take within the app such as clicking on a product or opening the app. These actions will trigger In-App Pop-Ups. One great advantage of in-app notifications is that you can deliver your message even if your customers have disabled push notifications. So, in addition to what you can do with Push Notifications, you can:

  • Send customers more targeted content and enhance the user experience
  • Show a series of tutorials to your first time customers
  • Remind users to opt-in for push notifications for your app

How Does In-App Pop-Ups  Work For Mobile Marketers in the Most Effective Way?

Segmentation

Marketers are under increasing pressure to prove ROI of their marketing campaigns. So, the first thing to do is to defining a specific goal. Then, decide key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the success of your campaign. In order to achieve your goals, you also need to take segmentation into account.

You should define how to segment and target your users based not only on their demographics but also on their activities -or what we call behaviours- within your app. You can create customer profiles by integrating data from your apps, websites and CRM systems.

With a right customer segmentation strategy, you can gain deeper customer insights and approach to your users with relevant and tailor made messages. As a result, you can improve your customer engagement and make the most of your in-app marketing campaigns. If your in-app notifications do not target the right segments at the right moment, then your campaign will probably fail. And the last thing that you want would be putting your effort into winning over the wrong customers.

Deep Linking

You can enrich your in app notifications with deep linking and make them far more useful.

Deep linking allows you to take your mobile users directly to a specific screen within your app. And it will enable you to engage your customers who open your app with much more meaningful interactions.

You can communicate a sale campaign for a particular product category with an in app notification. Then, it’s better to take users that are interested in your campaign straight to the related page without zero friction. Or, you can remind your users who open the app of the products left in the basket. Deep linked notifications can take them to abandoned shopping basket and recapture their attention.

Testing & Optimising

You set your goals, determine KPIs and communicate your campaign. Now it’s time to measure your efforts and see whether you need to adjust your marketing efforts. Analyzing and evaluating campaign results is critical to understand what works best for your business. It will show you which segment is more responsive to your in app notifications and which segment is proven to be more valuable. You can also figure out what kind of content increases conversion rates.

One of the best ways to measure the effectiveness of your campaign is A/B testing. First, decide what kinds of push notifications your customers are more likely to respond. Then take these in app notifications and run multiple tests. It’s especially crucial to have real-time picture on how your customers are responding to different variants since it will give you an ability to act on data and optimize your campaign in real time. Such optimization will allow you to produce better results and increase conversion rates.

In Conclusion

In-app marketing strategy will make sure that you can make the most of every second customers spent within your app and allows you to measure your campaigns detailed . You can increase conversion rates and revenues by turning active users within your app into profitable customers with personalised, timely and relevant notifications.

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