When your iPhone app is developed and ready to sell, you don’t want to have to go right back into design and development just to properly market your new baby. Luckily you don’t have to worry about it, because there’s a new WordPress theme available for selling iPhone apps. The iPhone App WordPress Theme is a clean, functional and professionally proven way to market your app. And best of all, it’s free.
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Theme author Jen Gordon designed this WordPress theme with iPhone app customer conversions in mind. Through A/B testing and analysis, Jen was able to optimize this theme to turn window shoppers into your app’s paid users.
At first glance, the immediate features of this theme include an app icon area, social media buttons, a headline, screenshots and videos, and a nice big button linking to your app in the App Store. What makes this theme so effective is that all of these features happen above the fold, giving your visitor all of the key information needed to encourage them to click through to purchase.
There are also plenty of additional features in this theme to effectively list, demonstrate and promote your applications. You can collect email addresses for ease in staying in touch with your user base, introduce members of your team, insert a testimonials section, and even cross promote your other apps.
The admin area is also very intuitive and easy to use. With no complicated settings or formatting areas to decipher, this theme makes administrative tasks like building and maintenance extremely approachable for users of any WordPress skill level. The theme also comes bundled with six different color schemes to choose from.
All of this adds up to one great theme. If you are looking for a simple and effective way to promote your new iPhone Apps, this may be the perfect way to introduce your apps and get users interested, clicking through and purchasing the result of all your hard work. Try it today, and if you have any suggestions for improvements or features for future releases, drop Jen a line on her website.