AdDuplex have announced their Developer Advocates program, which see’s the app promotion network, who regularly publish reports on Windows Phone device usage, partner with Catchy, who “are at the forefront of developer program management”.
CatchyAgencies have reported the following:
Every developer has heard about how and why they should monetize their apps. Developer conferences of every variety have sessions dedicated to the various ways to earn revenue from your personal digital creations. There’s only one problem with all of that. In order to make any revenue at all, people have to first know about and use your application. Fortunately for developers of Windows Store and Phone apps there’s a solution called AdDuplex.
AdDuplex is a cross-promotion network specifically targeted at Windows Store and Phone apps and games. It empowers developers and publishers to promote apps for free by helping each other. The service was founded in January 2011 by Alan Mendelevich and has grown to be a significant resource for developers to cross promote their apps.
Today AdDuplex is beginning a new stage in its developer engagement and outreach with the AdDuplex Developer Advocate program, and are partnering with Catchy to launch this new effort. Catchy is a market leader at the forefront of developer program management, marketing and insight. Together we have selected three seasoned developers across the U.S. and UK to serve as AdDuplex Developer Advocates. Their role will be to inform and assist developers with AdDuplex adoption and implementation in their Windows applications. They will be active in local developer events as well as larger industry events and of course in social media.
You can find out more about this and find out who the new Developer Advocates are HERE.
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