Fiksu Is Carving Itself Up Into Four Separate Companies So People Can Figure Out What The Heck They Do
Fiksu Inc., a Boston-based startup that helped creators of mobile apps persuade consumers to download them, has been bought after running into stiff competition from much bigger tech companies.
Terms of the acquisition by ClickDealer, a marketing agency based in Menlo Park, Calif., were not disclosed.Read full article
Micah Adler, CEO of Fiksu, commented: As the app market has evolved, so has our analysis and measurement of what is influencing it. Today, marketers need to be segmenting their users more precisely and analyzing their results to reflect that user segmentation, as well.
Mobile marketing technology company Fiksu released its indexes for March 2016, which revealed that the cost to acquire a loyal user on iOS decreased 8 percent from February, to $3.21, up 4 percent year-over-year.
In addition, Fiksu’s App Store Competitive Index—which tracks the average number of daily downloads for the top 200 free iOS applications in the U.S.—fell 7 percent in March to 7.6 million daily downloads. This marks an 11 percent decrease year-over-year.Read Full Article