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How to Market Your App So It Finds Worldwide Success (Infographic) You should be thinking about how you can reach people from all corners of the globe.

By Rose Leadem

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With the abundance of apps available today, it's important to reach and appeal to as many people as you can, so you should be thinking about how you can reach people from all corners of the world.

Related: 3 Essentials for Marketing Your Mobile App

To begin marketing your app to different places around the globe, start by pinpointing which countries you want to target. These countries should have high smartphone usage, and you need to make sure that your app would provide them with something they don't already have.

A big obstacle of going international with your app is localization. That means adapting your app to specific languages and cultures of your target countries. You'll also have to discover the most popular app stores in every country, and make sure you can get into their networks.

Related: 6 Tips for Expanding Your Business Internationally

To learn how you can successfully market your app internationally, check out Translate By Human's infographic below.

Rose Leadem is a freelance writer for Entrepreneur.com. 

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