Resellers: Agency Pricing Strategies

Written by on Friday, April 16th 2021

As a GoodBarber Reseller, you can create unlimited apps and resell them to your clients. GoodBarber does not interfere with your commercial strategy. You're free to bill your services as you wish. To help you maximize your profits, here are our tips to optimize your pricing.


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What's new at GoodBarber? March 2021

Written by on Thursday, April 8th 2021

You will find below a summary of the improvements and updates made during the month of March 2021:

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Welcome to GoodBarber Academy!

Written by on Wednesday, April 7th 2021

At GoodBarber we're committed to giving you all the keys to create the app of your dreams that will meet all your needs. As you know, we work every day to provide you with a powerful and intuitive tool to make the best mobile and web technologies accessible to you. Over the years, we've constantly improved the GoodBarber platform with more and more new features, but also to make it easier to use by working on your user experience and by offering you various contents to guide you in the creation of your app, such as our online help or our video tutorials.  

Today, we've decided to answer another one of your needs. For us, it's important that you succeed in creating your project easily, but it's also crucial that this project is a success and that it brings you a real added value. So we decided to create a platform that will give you the keys to make your app a success: the GoodBarber Academy. 

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Open the door to new opportunities for your online store with our Public APIs.

Written by on Tuesday, April 6th 2021

Great news! We know developers and Resellers have been waiting for it. So there it is, our Public API now available for Shopping Apps. 
This allows for endless possibilities to integrates with various solutions to enhance your app.

But before we dive a bit further on what this means for your GoodBarber App, let's go over some explanations for the non-dev ;) 

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Resellers : make the most of GoodBarber to sell eCommerce Apps

Written by on Friday, April 2nd 2021

We've seen in our previous article dedicated to Classic apps features that it's possible to create stunning content apps thanks to GoodBarber. We'll now see that you can create powerful Shopping apps for your clients. Both eCommerce and Mobile are growing in the current economic climate. As an agency, you have many opportunities in this industry. GoodBarber's advanced features will allow you to position yourself as an app designer, but also as a real eCommerce expert. You will be able to offer effective tools to boost sales. 

To better guide you, discover the features that have the most success with agency clients:

Product page
1 Click Payment
Payment gateways
Local delivery
Click and Collect
Store locator
Blog
Discounts
Abandoned Order 
Buy again
Quick buy
Time slots
Contact form
Public API

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How to write a compelling App Store listing

Written by on Thursday, March 25th 2021

We previously wrote articles on ASO ( App Store Optimization) and the mistakes to avoid,  but today we wanted to dig a little deeper into the writing side of an App Store listing. We will focus on the App Store description and how and where to use keywords.

The App description is where you have the opportunity to tell visitors why they have to download your app. It's your chance to connect with them and highlight your app benefit. It must be writing carefully. However, on the App Store, the description is not a ranking factor. So for your ASO, you need to pay close attention to the keywords and where to use them (keyword field, App name, App subtitle)

As a reminder, the ranking factors on the App Store are the app name, the subtitle, the keyword field, and then the ratings, reviews, updates, downloads, and engagement.
 

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App Store Optimization - Tips to optimize your app store listing

Written by on Wednesday, March 24th 2021

According to Statista almost 2 million apps are available in Apple App Store and a further 2,1 million apps are offered by Google Play Store, making it very likely that your app is facing a tough competition.
Therefore it’s very important to start off right by optimizing your app from the beginning and spending time defining your ASO.
ASO stands for App Store Optimization. It’s SEO for the app stores. Both processes share similarities like keyword optimization, backlinking and conversion optimization. The main differences between App Store Optimization and Search Engine Optimization are the ranking factors. 
Following the ASO tips in this article will help you optimize the rank of your mobile apps in an app store’s search results, drive more traffic to your app's pages on the stores and trigger the download of your app. 

We'll focus on how to:

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Resellers: Make the most of GoodBarber to sell Classic Apps

Written by on Friday, March 19th 2021


As an agency, to successfully convince potential clients of why an app is a must, you’ll need to present them with some concrete examples. That's why we'll show you how GoodBarber's features can become selling points.

To make your mobile services more attractive, don't hesitate to create a portfolio of apps by categories, to illustrate each feature with a concrete scenario that the client can relate to.

Classic apps allow you to create no-code content apps for almost any client need: community apps, business apps or news apps. Your clients have ideas and content to distribute. So you can help them deliver them on the tool that end-users interact with the most: mobile.


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Our 5 favorite free design resources for your mobile app

Written by on Thursday, March 11th 2021

Having a beautifully designed app is imperative to attract and retain users. This is why you chose to create your app with GoodBarber in the first place  ;) 
Everything in our app builder has been designed to offer the best UI and user experience out there: from the look of the icons, buttons to the features themselves. 
But we understand that sometimes you may not find a design or color palette that matches your existing brand or reflect the look and feel you want to give your mobile app. 

Our design team has put together a list of their 5 favorite free design resources to help you achieve what you're looking for. 
 

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What's new at GoodBarber? February 2021

Written by on Tuesday, March 9th 2021

This month we introduce 3 new features for your Shopping Apps that will be useful for you regardless of the type of shop you own: 

- A Public API that will allow you to easily connect your app to third-party services. 
- The Developer add-on is now available for your Shopping Apps allowing you to access hidden settings to customize your app even more. 
- Advanced tax management allowing you to manage your taxes according to two new criteria: the type of product sold and not only by countries but also by region

 
You will find below a summary of the improvements and updates made during the month of February 2021:

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A new feature for Live+: Sleep Mode

Written by on Monday, March 8th 2021

You may already be familiar with our Live+ add-on (advanced audio player). This add-on has been part of GoodBarber's catalog for a long time and has been updated regularly. You can find more info on this feature in this article.

The latest update for this feature is the Sleep Mode., allowing your listeners to set a timer to shut down the live.

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How to handle Leads' objections?

Written by on Friday, March 5th 2021

Whether you do sales in person, over the phone, or via email, you are regularly confronted with objections from your leads or clients. There are, of course, some basic rules to follow when dealing with objections. But our goal is above all to give you points specific to selling apps.

What are the most common objections:
1/ "it's too expensive" or "it's not the right time to invest"
2/ "I don't have time to take care of it"
3/ " I already have a mobile website"
4/ " it will never work"

What are the basic rules for responding to objections?
  • Don't snap or respond in a hurry. On the contrary, stay open and accept criticism. Don't take your clients' objections personally. Take your time before answering, it could make the situation worse.
  • Consider remarks as requests for information. Ask your clients questions, ask them to clarify their thoughts. Better yet, ask them what solution they could bring to the problem, what their point of view is. You're there to listen to your clients and you're interested in their opinion. The goal here is to make your client feel valued and that their opinion matters. Even if you don't have an immediate solution.
  • Finally, deal with the objection anyway. You've been open to their request, you've asked for clarification and for their opinion. But you can't walk away. Either you don't have an immediate answer to give them and in this case, come back to them quickly (and do it systematically, whatever the answer, it's important). Either you develop your points according to all the details you obtained at the beginning of the discussion.
If you follow the basic rules above, then you'll deal with objections. So, once you've acknowledged it and asked your lead for clarification, here are the answers that can be given to the most common objections:

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