In the past 6 months we have had over one million downloads. Wow, that is a pretty big number isn’t it. Not only has Sponsored LinX brought us more traffic, it’s actually changed how we manage our advertising. Previously we would advertise in Google AdWords, but since our clicks aren’t paying any commissions any longer, it’s time to switch to something a little more lucrative. We decided to use Sponsored LinX as it really fits with what we do, and view now one of the niches they are good at is app marketing.
Why Should You Use Sponsored Link?
A few months back, I had mentioned the fact that Google is now blocking AdWords from displaying on partner websites, and one of the places I have seen this on my desk at work, is the sponsored linx site. I explained to them that this is not a problem for the Google AdWords team, they just want all the ads they display on their partner sites to appear on their own sites, and they have done this in order to maintain their rankings. This helped us to capitalise on a new opportunity, and my web development company now spends most of our advertising dollars on Sponsored LinX. It really helps when you’ve got a huge list of potential customers all wanting to know more about your services. One of the biggest advantages we have is that we can now directly communicate with the members of our list in order to solve problems.
A few weeks after launching our app we did an interview with the Financial Times, one of the highest ranking business magazines, and they advertised a competition for the best idea. Our app won, and just a few weeks ago we have launched our second annual app competition. Although we’ve not started advertising the Sponsored LinX yet, our app developer contacts us every week, usually offering tips and tricks on improving their performance marketing app. If you have an idea, creativity and a strong passion for helping other people run their businesses, then why not try being involved in something that has the potential to change the landscape of mobile marketing for good?