Szilard Szasz-Toth's Blog
Co-Founder of Mad Labs, an independent game studio from Germany.
Currently working on the math game "Blackboard Madness: Math" as lead developer.
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In this final part of our ASO series we introduce a multi-factor scoring model to select your App Store keywords. This framework should take your keyword selection skills to the next level.
Apply this model and watch your search rankings improve!
In this part of the series, we present an easy-to-follow and hands-on guide to create a solid keyword list for your app.
This is a series of three posts, which will explain how to select the right keywords for your game and present an easy-to-follow guide.
The first part will describe how to find relevant keywords for your game.
Szilard Szasz-Toth's Comments
[Blog - 06/26/2014 - 04:18]
There are actually quite a ...
There are actually quite a few tools out there to track your keywords. Some very popular services are Sensor Tower, MobileDevHQ and App Annie others: AppRankCorner, AppCodes, AppMind, AppStoreData, Search Man . All of these services have advantages and disadvantages. I personally prefer Sensor Tower, which is in my opinion ...
[Blog - 07/07/2014 - 07:27]
We mainly use Sensor Tower ...
We mainly use Sensor Tower to get difficulty and traffic values. Depending on how much time we can spend on optimizing our keywords, we add in MobileDevHQ data points www.mobiledevhq.com to support our selection. Both services can be used for free, which is great, if you want to market your ...