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1 - Have a catchy or clever Title that stands out from the rest.
2 - Create an awesome icon that stands out from the rest.
3 - Use relevant keywords to describe your app on the App Store.
4 - App Size ? Reducing the app size allows users on 3G to download with ease.
5 - Reviews ? Encourage users to review your app, as higher rating attracts users.
6 - Free Apps ? Attract more users compared to paid apps.
7 - Promo Codes ? If you have a paid app give away promo codes so users can try it out and tell their friends.
8 - Submit your application to various app directories such as Appolocious.
9 - Promote your app with a Facebook Page.
10 - Promote your app with a Twitter Profile.
11 - Create a Youtube Video of your App.
12 - App Review Website ? Submit your app to review websites such as Crazy Mikes Apps and AppAdvice.com.
13 - Press Release ? Use press release services like PRMac.com.
14 - Have someone popular or famous endorse your app.
15 - Participate in Forums ? Some forums you can check out are iPhonedevSDK and Toucharcade.
16 - Advertise on Social Media using MyLikes or http://likesplanet.com/promote.php?ref=rafsystems.
17 - Use mobile advertising networks to drive installs like http://buysellads.com or http://ad2wow.com
18 - Have an App Agency help you out such as Appency, Appular, App-Promo, etc.
19 - Use Cross-Promotion tactics with Networks and other developers.
20 - Feature your app on services like app of the day. Use services like FAAD, W3I, AppAllstar.
21 - Advertise on relevant blogs use iSocket.com.
22 - Promote on your Twitter and Facebook links or instagram and pinterest
23 - Distribute Flyers / Stickers / Promotional Material at relevant events or businesses.
24 - Demonstrate your app at relevant events.
25 - Use Affiliate Networks to help you drive more installs like Mobpartner.
26 - Social Gaming Network such as Mobage and Scoreloop.
27 - Allow users to Share your App Via Facebook within the App.
28 - Allow users to Share your App Via Twitter within the App.
29 - Invest in a great user interface (GUI).
30 - Use a description that attracts users to install the app.
31 - Use nice big screenshots that attracts users to install the app.
32 - Promote your app via your email, forum and any other profile signature.
34 - Ask your friends to share on Facebook and Twitter about your app.
35 - Advertise on relevant forums.
36 - Participate in Q&A websites such as Quora, Linkedin Answers, Yahoo Answers.
37 - Advertise in Magazine such as iPhone Life Magazine.
38 - Advertise on Facebook by targeting similar apps that users liked on Facebook.
39 - Collaborate with prominent Developers.
40 - Use reward networks to keep the user engaged and share like Kiip.me
41 - Have a contest. Give-away free prizes that people WANT!
42 - Use Facebook Connect and leverage Facebook?s user base.
43 - Internal cross promotion ? leverage from other apps you own.
44 - Join Indie retweet group that helps Indie developers promote via Twitter.
45 - Reach out to tech writers and pitch them about your app. (Tell your Story)
46 - The Weekend is the best time to launch your App.
47 - Have a Launch party for your App Business.
48 - Go out to conferences to demo your app.
49 - Contact developers directly and setup deals with them in promoting your app.
50 - Have a website for your app ? A good example is GetsetGames.com
51 - Use incentivized networks to drive installs to your apps like Tapjoy.
52 - Build an engaging app that goes viral itself. (Easier said then done)
53 - Submit to Various App Stores such as GetJar, Amazon App Store.
54 - Paid Search Marketing ? target keywords that are relevant to your app.
55 - Price Strategy ? If you have a paid app have a sale or give it away for free for a certain period of time.
56 - If you have a paid app create a lite version for people to try out.
57 - Email marketing ? If you have a database of emails that you collected inform them about your new app.
58 - Allow users to pay for your paid app using virtual currency using services like Free My Apps
59 - Guest blog post on relevant blogs.
60 - Comment on relevant blog posts.
61 - Do Radio and podcast Interviews.
62 - Incentivize your user to share your application.
63 - Sponsor events & conferences.
64 - Promote your app on your business card.
65 - Advertising on relevant twitter profile using services like sponsored tweets, Ad.ly.
66 - Participate in panelist discussions at a conferences.
67 - Make an App Trailer video or have a professional make you one.
68 - Build an app that actually solves a problem or concern.
69 - Be creative don?t build an app that already exists on the market unless it gives a significant advantage.
70 - Advertise on relevant websites.
71 - Use mobile app distribution networks that focus on app distribution such as AppTap, Appstores.
72 - Create a slide share presentation demonstrating the features of your app.
73 - Featured app on the App Store by being unique and talking actively with Apple.
74 - Integrate Analytics so you can determine how you can improve your app and user acquisition.
75 - Article marketing promote your apps by writing Articles and submitting them to article directories.
76 - Promote your app by advertising it on a T-Shirt / Hoody / Apparel.
77 - Integrate app checking ? You can use services like Heyzap.
78 - Promote your apps on social sharing websites like Reddit, Digg?
79 - Network with relevant people in your app industry that can help you promote your app.
80 - If you are paying to drive installs use a burst campaign that will help improve App Store ranking.
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