Posted by Press Releases | Mar 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Toronto, Canada – A Canadian team announces the release of AppShrink, a website that offers essential online marketing services to application developers. AppShrink specializes in writing app reviews, publishing press releases and a new service they refer to as app analysis. App analysis aims at improving existing applications through a detailed analysis of their purpose, user interface and functionality after which the AppShrink team puts together a list of features and suggestions that, in their opinion, will help developers improve their apps in upcoming updates. The service targets new developers that may lack the knowledge, expertise or time to improve the usability and user interface of their apps and it also gives an outside perspective on their creations for improved creativity. App analysis starts at $30 per app but depends on the size and complexity of the application.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 24, 2011 | Comments 0
Dade City, Florida – CrazyMikesapps once again offers “out of the box” app marketing using our extensive social media footprint. We leverage the social media networks of YouTube, Twitter, iTunes, Facebook, FriendFeed, as well as numerous other video social networks.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 13, 2010 | Comments 0
Stamford, Connecticut – Partial Fraction, LLC, the creator of the iPhone App, Hip Hop Mobile, today announces it will deliver In-App advertising for the company or individual that buys its digital life back for charity. On December 1, 2010, the Hip Hop Mobile iPhone app pledged to go digitally dead in support of the “Keep A Child Alive” celebrity digital death pledge to raise donations for the fight against HIV/AID in Africa and India.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 05, 2010 | Comments 0
Vancouver, British Colombia – ComboApp LLC, a leading developer of mobile learning applications, has announced the launch of an advertising campaign on TechCrunch with the goal of raising awareness of the numerous learning application series the developer is offering to the public. The campaign will consist of two primary sequential elements, entailing on-site banner advertisements throughout the pages of TechCrunch which are subsequently linked to stand-alone Landing Pages which are meant to convey to consumers the specific details of each app bundle as well as the individual apps contained within it.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 25, 2010 | Comments 0
Even before the iPad hits the streets, publishers and advertisers are taking advantage of newest technology to get their products out to the consumers. A report by the Wall Street Journal mentioned that Time Magazine had already signed up at least six advertisers costing $200,000 each for one spot appearing within the first eight editions of their magazine on the iPad. Head on over to iPadmodo for the remainder of the story.