How To Develop A Bullet-Proof App Reskinning Strategy?

Many readers of this blog see App Reskinning as a great way to build a profitable app business.

However, to make App Reskinning work for you, you need to develop a bullet-proof strategy that will:

• avoid app rejections as far as possible
• support your speed of app publishing
• support your financial needs in terms of growth over time

How to create such a strategy?

Here you go:

1. Make sure your content production is in line with your programming. That is, your programmers never wait for app content at any given time.

2. Publish your apps on one developer account until rejections crop up. Then get another developer account and continue.

If you have several developer accounts already, you can publish on them simultaneously. However, if you manage to publish a lot of very related apps on one developer account, the download number of these apps will go up because people will look for similar apps from the same publisher and Apple might position you better in search results for some specific search terms.

3. Before you start an App Reskin have a mitigation strategy in place to use in case of rejection of the Reskin:
• will you make some changes and resubmit on the same account?
• which changes will you make? how fast will you make them and how much will it cost?
• will you not make any changes and submit on another developer account? immediately after rejection or after a week or two?

Here is the rule of thumb:

Never start a significant App Reskinning Project without a solid rejection mitigation strategy in place!

To Your Success!



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