Publish your apps and games with the Google Play Console and grow your business on Google Play. Benefit from features that help you improve your app’s.With the ability to publish rapidly to over 2 billion active Android devices, Google Play helps you grow a global audience for your apps and games and earn more.
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Where to publish, who can publish and why?
Before all else, we need to mention that Google Play is not a unique option for you. There are lots of alternative app stores when you think where to publish an Android app. To choose the best variant you need to consider the target audience and geography you want to cover. As you probably know, Google Play doesn’t work in China. So, if your app is mainly for the Asian market, you need to think about an alternative app store for your project. Yet, this article is about how to publish Android app to Google Play only.
Before you start deploying an Android app to Google Play, make sure that everything is ready. You will need some screenshots of your app (in high quality), the description of the application and, of course, an APK file (the app itself). Pay attention that there are strict limitations concerning the size of an app. The maximum size is 100 Mbytes, however, It would be better if it’s less than 50 Mbytes, then users who live in areas with a bad internet connection would have a chance to try your app. Here are the steps to publish an Android app on Google Play:
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For example, if you have 50 blog posts with 1000 visitors a month, your total blog posts increase from 50 to 100, would increase your traffic from 1000 visitors to 3000 visitors a month. Companies with 401+ total blog posts secure 3 times more leads than companies with 100 or fewer blog posts. Companies publishing 16+ blog posts per month secured 3.5 times more traffic than those with 4 or fewer posts per month. | HubSpot Companies publishing 16+ blog posts per month secured 4.5 times more leads than those with 4 or fewer posts per month. | HubSpot Luckily or unfortunately, 70% of marketers do not actually have or do not stick to a consistent strategy. | Altimeter Around 70% of content marketers plan to improve on their existing blogging frequency | Social Media Examiner How Long Should It Take To Write An Average Blog Post? In 2016, the average writer took 2 hours and 35 minutes to write an average post. Whereas in 2018, the average writer took 3 hours and 30 minutes to write an average post. Around 40% of the writers who spent 6+ hours writing an average post, reported strong results. 75% of blog traffic is stills generated by older posts | Hubspot 55% of marketers say the blog is their top inbound marketing strategy. | HubSpot Keep your post titles between 6-13 words for best click-through rate(CTR) | HubSpot Small businesses with blogs get 126% more lead growth than those without a blog. 54% of successful blog post contains at least one media item: Image, video or an audio. 49% of successful blog posts contain at least one list item. 70% of writers who worked along with minimum one editor reported very strong results. Perfect Content-Length For Consumption The Perfect Content-Length for reading is 7 Minutes | Medium On average less than 60 percent of users only read more than half of the post. | Chartbeat 43% of readers have a habit of skimming blog posts. | HubSpot The average reader only spends fewer than 37 seconds reading a blog post. | newscred Blog Sharing Statistics 94% of people who share a blog content do it to help other people | New York Times Study 84% of the people will happily share a post to support causes or issues they care about. | New York Times Study Blog posts are the best kind of content shared on Twitter | Expresswriters Articles with an image once every 75-100 words gets shared twice as one without | Hubspot Blogs with social presence, who share 15+ posts are getting 1200 new leads per month. | Contentworks Our minds process visuals 60,000 times faster compared to text which means Blog posts with images get 94% more shares as compared | Adpushu Writers who are also designers receive 3 times more shares for their posts. | Smartblogger Buyers prefer LinkedIn as the social network of choice for sharing business-related content | Curata 47,000,000 pieces of content was shared each day | AOL 23% of social media posts now include a link to a blog post | AOL 60% of blog posts convert with a mention of product or brand name | AOL Women share more blog posts than men | AOL Blog Growth Statistics Content marketing industry total valuation was $195.58bn in 2016 | Thedrum Content marketing industry is to be worth $300bn by 2019 | Marketingprofs Content marketing industry is to be worth $412bn by 2021 | Thedrum The content marketing industry is projected to enjoy a growth rate of 16% annually | Thedrum YOY growth in traffic is 8 times higher for content marketing leaders (19.7% vs 2.5%) | Kapost Four out of Five sites now use blogs. | contentmarketinginstitute Blogging Goals For 2020 82% create content for brand awareness 74% create content to imrove their lead generation 71% create content to imrove their customer acquisition 68% create content to establish thought leadership 64% create content to seek consumer engagement 57% create content for customer retention 57% create content to increase website traffic 47% create content to facilitate lead management 45% create content to facilitate sales further Top Blog Ranking Statistics Approximately 200 million people have an ad blocker installed. | Pagefair Ad blocking grows by 40% globally, each year | Pagefair 81% of B2B companies use Blog as a content marketing tactic. | contentmarketinginstitute 77% of internet users now read blogs or have subscribed to at least a few. | impactbnd 56% of bloggers have successfully used their blogs to establish their company or themselves as a thought leader in the industry. 63% of online users trust blogs with multiple authors. | Socialmarketingwriting 36% of readers find a blog post with case studies as credible | Socialmarketingwriting 28% of readers find a blog post with how-to guides as credible | Socialmarketingwriting On the other hand, only 12% of readers find news as credible | Socialmarketingwriting 23% of the readers think bad content affects their trust in a blog. | Socialmarketingwriting Blog posts with media get 94% more views. | Adpushup 78% of CMOs think custom content is the future of marketing. | Thedrum 58% of consumer put their trust in editorial content. | Thedrum Due to the fast nature of content consumption these days, 36% of people prefer list-based headlines | ConversionXL 60% of consumers feel connected to a brand after reading custom content. | ContentPlus 47% of consumers read 3-5 blog posts before making a buying decision | Demandgenreport When checking the success for a blog or a post, most producers rely on 3 metrics: page views, shares/likes, and bounce rate. | Curata 29% of creative professionals reuse and repurpose blog content to use on different platforms. Curata 64% of B2B marketers now confidently outsource blog writing | TopRank Only 25% of marketers now don’t outsource their content marketing needs | MarketingBuddy Written content is the most outsourced content creation product | MarketingBuddy 81% of content marketers understand the importance of original written content | Social Media Examiner Only 15% of marketers produce content on daily basis. | Curata 50% of marketers produce content on weekly basis. | Curata Fewer than 32% of marketers have well-documented content strategies| INC 57% of B2B marketers are still using old-school techniques like print media and other offline promotions ices | INC 50% are still relying on traditional banner advertising | INC 65% of marketers still struggle to correctly define what content is effective | INC Shockingly, 20% of marketers intend to stick the same amount of content production as of previous year | INC 60% of marketers are struggling with producing engaging content for their blogs | INC 57% of marketers are struggling to accurately measure the performance of their blog content | INC Content marketing costs 62% less than traditional marketing | Quoracreative The average click-through rate (CTR) in AdWords across Finance & Insurance industries was 2.91% as of 2018. | Quoracreative The average cost per click (CPC) in Google AdWords across Finance & Insurance industries was $3.44 as of 2018. | Quoracreative Finance and Insurance industries conversion rate was 7.19% CVR on SEARCH and 1.75% CVR on Google Display Network (GDN). | Quoracreative Average Content Writer Salary was $49608 per year as of 2018. | Ziprecruiter The average pay for a Content Marketing Manager is $64,478 per year. | Payscale In terms of price, content marketing outsource can cost from as low as $500 per month and can go up to $20000 or more per month for a small to medium project. | Quoracreative Nearly one-third of brands have $500,000 or more to spend on content marketing alone | Izea 28% of marketers have taken money out of their advertising budget to spend more on content marketing | Gartner 69% of professionals now admit that content marketing is superior to direct mail. | Writtent Bloggers use an average of 13 different content marketing tactics. Top 3 being: 87% Social Media, 81% Articles, 80% eNewsletters | Toprankblog Conclusion: What Will It Take For A Blog to Succeed In 2020 And Beyond? These were the latest facts and statistics that we have compiled for you that can help you make the most of your blogging efforts. The success of your blog depends on lots of factors like domain age, authority, quality and quantity of content. But following rules apply across the board. In 2019, remember when using a blog as a content marketing strategy: Spend 6+ hours per article publish minimum 3 times a week Seek help from editors Collaborate in a team Use Paid promotions where necessary Make sure you add engaging media: Images, videos and audios Tweek and update your old content regularly Researched your work well Focus on three metrics: Quality content, regular publishing and good design.
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