APPetite PR's App Marketing podcast features interviews with app developers about the best ways to publicize and market apps to drive downloads and usage.
035 APPetite App Marketing podcast – Carter Thomas interview
The 35th episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with Carter Thomas of Bluecloud Solutions. Bluecloud is a USA based iphone app marketing company that specializes in iPhone application monetization. Carter built and sold over 400+ iPhone and iPad apps (mostly games) in his first two years as an iOS marketer Click here to […]
034 APPetite App Marketing podcast – JawCandy interview
The 34th episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with Leon Dorado and Arash Eskandari of JawCandy. Leon and Arash discuss the development process for their first app Bumify, and why they’ve made the decision to release future apps by reskinning existing apps. JawCandy’s forthcoming apps include Chicken Choke and Mustache Mojo. […]
033 APPetite App Marketing podcast – Greg Hickman interview
Full text transcript of podcast interview below. The 33rd episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with mobile marketing expert Greg Hickman. Greg is the host of the Mobile Mixed podcast – a podcast I strongly recommend. In this interview, Greg shares mobile marketing tactics and strategies that app developers can use […]
032 APPetite App Marketing podcast – Luis Levy of NovyPR interview
The 32nd episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with Luis Levy of NovyPR. Levy discusses how app developers and small app studios can best market their iOS and Android apps and games. Levy also reveals how app developers can use Reddit to help gain attention for their apps and games. Click here to […]
031 APPetite App Marketing podcast – Sam & Seth Coster, Butterscotch Shenanigans, interview
The 31st episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with Sam and Seth Coster, of Butterscotch Shenanigans, developers of the new game Quadropus Rampage available for iOS and Android. Click here to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Click here if you’d like to subscribe to the podcast via email. You can click here if you’re […]
030 APPetite App Marketing podcast – Trevor McKendrick interview, Salem Software LLC
The 30th episode of the APPetite App Marketing podcast features an interview with Trevor McKendrick of Salem Software LLC. Trevor discusses how he created a popular Spanish Language Bible app for iOS including determining a profitable app niche, hiring developers, and optimizing the app for discovery via the app store. Click here to subscribe to the podcast […]
Keep 'em Coming
This podcast is very useful, _including_ when marketing service providers come on to discuss their wares. Jeff cannot control the extent to which some marketers oversell, and it's clear he's trying when in the later episodes he segues after the interviewee has their bio moment with "Since this is a show about app marketing…" to the subject matter that is important to his subscribers. Might I also mention Jeff himself is in business to be gainfully compensated for providing value (oh, the horror!).
I recently contacted Jeff about rounding out the show notes he often references in the show, and he immediately replied that he would do so and inquired if i knew any APP DEVELOPERS with interesting stories to tell (note, not app marketing service providers). It's clear from listening that he pays attention to and implements the critiques offered in the podcast reviews.
I didn't intend for this review to turn into a point-counterpoint with the criticisms in the other reviews, but since my review will be the most recent in several months, and since I've blown through the entire podcast this week on 1.5x speed (the show length is perfect, by the way), I want future readers to know the current state of affairs, and also to take note of the positive trend in Jeff's actions in taking his reviewers' comments to heart and giving them what they're asking for, absolutely free.
Keep up the good work, Jeff, and I'll be looking for those show notes on the blog, mate!
I am just getting started in the app business and have found this podcast to be the most informative one I have come across. I have listened to several episodes more than once!
The first few episodes of this podcast were great. The host interviewed real app developers and got their honest take on how they marketed their apps.
Then all of a sudden the guests were exclusively guys shilling their marketing websites. This show is now like a 30 min infomercial for some questionable marketing company. I don't even know if what they promise works. The host asks questions that are never challenging. Instead, he serves up softballs that these guys already have well rehearsed answers to. Of course they are going to say the #1 way to market your app is to buy their product. I am not learning anything from this podcast.
I would much rather hear from real (non marketing) app developers who describe their trials and tribulations while marketing their own app. I want to hear them candidly say "no this marketing company is crap and didn't help sales" or "using service X was worth it and put our app on the map."
Please, no more marketing companies on your podcast.
The latest podcast with Pavel mamaev Was really great there was tons of information about different services. Please more interviews with people like Pavel!