Galaxy Store Badge Image and Link Uses
How other developers use Galaxy Store badges in their promotional campaigns and marketing channels—and how you can also.
Galaxy Store badge images or any UI element can use your badge link to direct your customers to:
Your Android app product detail page.
Your Theme app product detail page or your Theme brand page.
Your Galaxy Watch app product detail page or your Galaxy Watch brand page.
When you use a badge image, you must make it a hyperlink that targets your badge link. You can also link text and other images to your badge link.
Your use of badge images and links is limited only by your imagination.
In paid user acquisition Twitter campaigns, you can target potential customers:
By user demographics (age, sex, location).
By user device.
The link in this post directs the user to
Epic Games' product detail page.
In Instagram, you can:
Show your customers what your products can do!
Target customers and engage followers.
This Pokemon GO page uses the Galaxy Store badge image.
In your YouTube page:
You can show your customers what your products can do!
Customers can subscribe to your page and can receive your product video announcements.
In paid user acquisition Facebook campaigns, you can target potential customers:
By user demographic: age, sex, location, interests - including interest in Galaxy Watch devices.
By mobile device.
In your websites:
You can reach out to the worldwide web.
You have complete design freedom.
Website viewed on a Samsung mobile device
You can target Samsung mobile device users who come to your website:
- Using your website server custom messaging, you can show a popup with your Galaxy Store badge.
In your blog posts, you can:
Target your loyal following.
Announce your new and improved products.