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How To Use App Market Data To Fuel Mobile Growth

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 25, 2017 / by Patrick Kane posted in Case Studies, Events

If you have a great new app, $100k in mobile user acquisition budget and 12 months to generate $500k of revenue - how do you plan your strategy?

At Target Summit Berlin 2017, I held a workshop on how to plan an app expansion strategy based on mobile app market data. Let's walk through it.

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How Do You Measure Failure In A Mobile Startup?

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 28, 2017 / by Patrick Kane posted in Quora Answers

Question: What are the top failed startups of 2016?

A lot of people have already given you lists of companies that closed last year.

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Mobile App Market Intelligence for Investors

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 22, 2017 / by Patrick Kane posted in Case Studies

In this blog post, we’ll walk you through how hedge funds and equity research departments use Priori Data App Intelligence to monitor and evaluate the performance of individual apps.

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A Seven Step Roadmap To Launching an App (that will comply with the app store algorithm)

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 4, 2016 / by Patrick Kane posted in Case Studies

When you are thinking about launching an app, everything seems rather messy and impossible to fully comprehend. There are just too many questions and components to think about.

At least, the App Store fees are pretty straight-forward: Apple charges you $99/year and 30% for every earned penny through your app. For Android it is the same 30% cut, but only a $25 one-time setup fee.

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Going Beyond App Store Rankings to Analyze App Performance

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 2, 2016 / by Patrick Kane posted in Articles

An increasingly competitive mobile app market requires an evolution in app intelligence tools

Many app developers begin their competitive and market intelligence journeys by analyzing the performance of their apps in the App Store / Google Play Top Charts, but to succeed in today’s competitive app ecosystem they have to go a step further.

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