Following iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Launches, App Marketing Costs Hit An All-Time High


TechCrunch

The successful launches of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with the release of Apple’s new mobile operating system iOS 8 have impacted the marketing costs associated with gathering downloads for mobile applications, and retaining regular users. According to a new report out this morning from app marketing technology provider Fiksu, the costs associated with retaining a “loyal user” – that is, someone who opens an app three times or more – is now at an all-time high, as of September.

This metric increased by 21% in September, rising up to $2.25 from August’s $1.86. Year-over-year, the figure has risen by 34% – and keep in mind, we haven’t even entered into the holiday season yet. That’s typically the most expensive time of the year to market apps, given that many consumers are getting new devices as holiday gifts and are heading to the App Stores to fill their…

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