Google is going to made it somewhat easy for developers to get more downloads on their apps by introducing a new way in which they can promote their apps in Play Store search.
All of the app developers just want one thing in their life and that is they want to get downloads on their apps. They want their apps to go viral and they want everyone to see what a great job they did. Even if you have come up with a great application but you didn’t find the right platform so that your app could kick off, you don’t need to worry about it now.
This is because Google has found a new way to make money and on the other hand they would be helping developers with their apps. So everyone won’t be advertising their apps on Google Play as only some people will do so.
Those who think that their apps have the potential to make it big, will invest in the advertisement. So it is going to be a bad idea if you have a bad application and you start investing in that app. But if you have a great app, then you would be happy to know that Google now reaches 1 billion people on Android devices.
So anyone who comes up with a good enough app will become a millionaire. Just in the last year around $7 billion were paid to developers. There are almost 100 billion searches on Google.com every month so it really knows how to and where to place your ads. So it is easy to say that you can totally trust Google.
Google will start to place sponsored ads on Google search ads for the developers. This will start in the upcoming weeks and a limited number of users will be able to see these ads. Google has still not announced any future plans on this idea and they will surely share what they are about to do in the upcoming month.
This new ad placement for apps will be very helpful for the developer community and we will see only those people will invest in their apps who truly believe that their apps are top notch. But at the moment Google is still in its testing mode for app ads in the Google Play Store.
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