Mobile App Marketing Price Johnnesburg: Mobile Application Agency

Mobile app marketing price


Mobile app marketing price differs on which mobile app you are working with, their experience and your goals. Generally, the perfect answer to that is not a simple one. It largely depends on what you want your app to do and which developer you speak to. It can be said that it differs from one client to another because even their marketing needs will not be the same. Mobile marketing is growing at an alarming rate in South Africa this means mobile app marketing price is also on the rise. According to expert’s app owner’s app 500% more than any other country in the world for our advertising space. Why? Simply, there is not enough South African inventory or publishers. The demand for advertising is greater than the space available. Roughly mobile app marketing price range from as little as R3.500 again depending on what type of marketing you want for your mobile app.


Call Fast Forward Marketing today on 087 490 1013 to take advantage of affordable and cheap mobile app marketing price while growing and making good money from your app. Other costs include the Support, generally app owners should give this some thought too as it could seriously affect your running costs. Make sure that you add a support ticket system to either your app or your website. And consider who will be answering those requests. If you don’t have the money it will be you, so be sure you have a simple, easy to use system to manage all of this.

  • Cost of developing a mobile app in South Africa

The first thing that you will find when you start shopping around for a price for your awesome new app idea, is that there is a huge range of prices you will receive. The most recent app I costed out got quotes ranging from R 120 000 to R 880 000, just or development.

  • Testing costs


While mobile fragmentation becomes an issue at the development stage of an app, it’s during testing that the real cost of fragmentation comes to the fore. Consider, for example, that a company develops an app for three platforms, each with multiple OS versions, and intended for use on a large variety of devices, from tablets, to feature phones, smartphones and mobile kiosks. The real cost of mobile apps is spread over an app’s shelf life. Decisions made early in the development process can and will make a difference to an app’s TCO, and there are numerous strategies that can be followed to minimise costs in the long run.