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Developers: Microsoft Introduces their “Your App Here” Ad Campaign

November 9, 2011 No Comments
Microsoft has started sending out a letter of invitation to indie developers who are in need or want of some free advertising. The advertising in question comes as featured ad placement on the MSN network which will garner you about a cool 1 MILLION impressions!
Below is the email from Microsoft…
The Windows Phone Consumer App Marketing
Are you building an amazing app right now? We’re looking for the next wave of great apps from independent developers targeted for Windows Phone 7.5, to feature in an advertising campaign on MSN. We’ve recently created The [Your App Here] advertising campaign program which is designed to help highlight great applications and give them a chance to shine. This program is available to developers in the United States.
The [Your App Here] Advertising Campaign program is now accepting submissions* for the November 16th deadline. Here’s an overview of the [Your App Here] program:

  • For January through February, up to seven apps will be selected for each month and promoted in campaigns created and funded by Windows Phone.
  • The prize: winning apps will be featured in a digital Windows Phone advertising campaign, with banner ads and up to one million ad impressions across the MSN Network of sites. During the campaign, apps will also get a featured placement on the Windows Phone Marketplace.

  • 11/16 – For January 2012 Campaign Consideration
  • 12/22 – For February 2012 Campaign Consideration
Interested in participating? Visit www.wpyourapphere.com for details, app submission, rules and deadlines.
The Windows Phone Consumer App Marketing
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