Driving app and career growth with Google Play Academy’s Store Listing Certificate
Posted by Eric McCleve, Google Play Academy Programs Lead
At Google Play, our goal is to help developers and marketers reach and resonate with over 2 Billion users who visit our platform every month looking for high quality content and services. Having a great store listing experience can be a huge benefit in helping achieve user acquisition goals for your app or game.
To help you get the most out of our store listing tools and features, we’re excited to announce a new Store Listing Certificate on Google Play Academy. The certificate is designed for both learners who have an app or game on Google Play and want to improve its store listing, or aspiring app makers who want to build in-demand mobile marketing skills. The training and exam cover:
The mobile marketer’s role in creating a store listing
Common store listing policy violations to avoid
Telling your story with your store listing assets
Tools to help you grow your app
How to market to a global audience
How it works
Watch this video to learn more about the training and exam certificate
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