3y3.net today introduces Email Marketing Pro 1.0 for iPad, a powerful and easy tool for building email list targeted to a specific market area. Email Marketing is as simple to use as a search engine, You only need to specify the keywords and Email Marketing will bring thousand of emails addresses parsed from the search results. Lists can be easily exported in either CSV or VCF formats, widely supported by databases and email systems.
With the release of MobileMarketing for Mac, small business owners are able to create high-response SMS text marketing campaigns right on their computer. MobileMarketing uses Address Book to send customized SMS text blasts through approved SMS text service bureaus. Users simply type in their message, choose their service bureau and send the campaign off. MobileMarketing will keep track of how many characters each message is as to not exceed the 160-character limit and incur additional charges.
Madrid based developer, 3y3.net today introduces Email Marketing 1.0 for Mac OS X, a powerful and easy tool for building email list targeted to a specific market area. Email Marketing is as simple to use as a search engine, You only need to specify the keywords and Email Marketing will bring thousand of emails addresses parsed from the search results. Lists can be easily exported in either CSV or VCF formats, widely supported by databases and email systems.
Today iGiveaway announces the expansion of their affordable marketing services for sellers of iOS applications and games. Specializing in comprehensive, low-cost, Twitter-based promotions, the company has had great success in pushing their client’s apps into the Top 200. They also offer full-service marketing packages, including: guaranteed reviews on app review websites, iTunes and YouTube reviews, professionally written press releases and iTunes descriptions, Facebook marketing, and more.
Chicago based Smash Hit App today released a free marketing blueprint for companies that lack the inclination or staff to develop their own app marketing plan. This blueprint provides a starting point and instructions on how to proceed. Even a portfolio of apps can be marketed using this plan. The inherent design of the Smash Hit App Marketing Plan also accommodates marketing apps internationally in several languages with video subtitles. Integral to the plan is an app video trailer.
Apress today announced it has published “The Business of iPhone and iPad App Development: Making and Marketing Apps that Succeed.” This 450 page guide instructs developers how to incorporate marketing and business savvy into the design and development process – giving an app the best possible chance to succeed in the App Store. Written by experienced developers with business backgrounds, this book will show developers the steps needed to get a new app noticed.
CrazyMikesapps is once again offering “out of the box” app marketing for iPhone, iPad, and Android apps. Our goal is to maximize app exposure for developers, public relations agencies, marketing consultants, and others during their marketing campaigns for their iPhone, iPad or Android apps. We offer a low cost solution to get maximum social media coverage on YouTube, iTunes, Twitter, and CrazyMikesapps website.
For a limited time, software training and marketing firm, xcelMe is offering a free half hour consulting call to any developer who would like to discuss their app and get a few solid marketing ideas to launch their app with greater success. Developers who need help taking their app to market get their questions answered. This no obligation call allows any developer to discuss in confidence their app idea. Get valuable free advice and feedback on how to position, message, and launch your app.
With the Mac App Store less than one month old, Vancouver based ComboApp Marketing and PR Agency has stepped forward as the first and only web based publicist to offer marketing services geared specifically towards promoting new apps in this even newer marketplace. Newly opened, Apple’s laptop/desktop based app marketplace has opened up a major new channel through which consumer will be able to buy and utilize applications.
Baltimore based iGiveaway announces their new marketing services for iPhone application developers. iGiveaway was established by Derrick Edwards as a way for iPhone application developers to market their apps through Twitter. During that time, iGiveaway has partnered with other iPhone-related tweeters and can now reach a combined 4,000,000 iPhone users. Bundled with free giveaways, App Developers can expect between 1,000 – 5,000 retweets about their apps.
Vancouver based Comboapp today announces Sales & Marketing Learning Studio 1.0 for the iPad. Optimized for mobile learning, Sales & Marketing Learning Studio covers the full spectrum of important marketing and sales concepts as they relate to effective business development. This learning utility offers users 9 unique course apps that together provide a framework from which to master all the fundamental aspects of sales operations, sales management, and effective business marketing.
California based Marketing Your App today announced a one-time presentation that will reveal key strategies to making money selling mobile applications. The 60-minute teleclass, called “5 Keys to Making Money with iPhone Apps”, will be held November 16, 2010 at 5pm Pacific time, and will discuss the rarely talked about business side of apps. Registration for this online event is free and open to the public.
Chicago based Intersog LLC today announces ocket MBA – Managing the Marketing process 1.0, a complete professional-level business course, previously a New & Noteworthy iTunes app selection, has been newly released for the iPad and updated for the iPhone. Managing the Marketing Process is a full-featured business course logically divided into 3 distinct sections: course, flashcards and tests. The full-text course book contains 21 chapters that cover every facet of marketing.