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Apple invites developers to test the new App Store Search Ads

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Over the weekend, Apple began inviting developers to beta test the App Store's new Search Ads. Announced in advance of the company's 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference this month, Search Ads are perhaps one of the biggest changes to the way the App Store operates?in?years, as it will allow developers to bid to become the top-ranked result when users perform a search by keyword.

The addition of this feature comes alongside a broader App Store overhaul which aims to address the long-term problem of app discovery - that is, there are now so many apps available for download that a simple chart-based system of "top ranks" or featured selections is no longer the best way to find new apps to try. To some extent, the move to search over browsing lists mirrors the change the web itself once saw. Links to websites?used to be organized in directory-style systems, but eventually the web grew so large that search engines became a more practical way to surface the content you wanted to find.

The number of available apps, of course, is minuscule when compared to the size of the web. While there are roughly a billion websites, the App Store has just topped 2 million apps.?However, that's still enough apps to make discovery by clicking through lists and charts a serious challenge.

Good App Store SEO, or ASO, has become an increasingly important goal for app developers publishing to Apple's app marketplace in recent years, as this being able to boost your search ranking means more users will see your app when they search for a related term. Entire businesses have even sprung up to help serve the needs of developers who want to track, understand and improve their ASO.

But the introduction of App Store Search Ads gives developers another way to have their apps appear at the top of the results - through paid advertisements. Apple explained previously that these ads would operate through an auction system, with no minimums and no exclusives.

In an interview at WWDC with iMore, Apple?Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, offered a little more insight into how that system would work. He explained that, by not requiring a minimum bid, the ads would be open to developers with even a small amount of money and that large developers couldn't simply outspend on a given term in order to buy it out.

Instead, Search Ads will rotate and relevance as determined by users' clicks, not bid, will be the top priority. "...The?users are the ultimate deciders of what gets shown...they're a big input to what is relevant to the search result," he said.

This setting means that irrelevant ads won't win the auctions - they won't even get in if they don't pass a certain threshold for relevance based on keywords, reviews, downloads and other factors.

In addition, he spoke about one of the more debated?decisions around Search Ads which is that you can use someone else's brand in your ads words. That's not something all developers agree makes sense or will help improve app discovery.