Editor's Pick Mobile monetization is separating the industry into the haves and have-nots.
Company also adds industry pioneer Trip Hawkins as a senior advisor.
Guest Post A few ways Apple, Samsung, Google, Facebook, and Amazon can spice up how they approach apps.
Mobile monetization firm W3i has tripled its revenues in the past year and nearly doubled its employees.
At our recent MobileBeat event, we caught up with W3i co-founder Rob Weber to talk about user acquisition, a.k.a. persuading people to download your app, a.k.a. the seamiest of underbellies in the world of developing and marketing mobile applications.
It's hard enough for most makers of iPhone games to find an audience. The costs of doing so are now terrifying developers (and making some nearly pull their hair out).
Without users, it doesn’t matter how innovative your mobile app or game is. At next week’s GamesBeat 2012 conference in San Francisco, we explore the future of user acquisition with speakers such as Rober Weber, a cofounder of W3i; Gabriel …
We’re just one week away from MobileBeat 2012, VentureBeat’s annual mobile conference, and we’ve lined up some of the biggest names in the industry to delve into the event’s core theme: “Design is the new battleground.”
We’ve snagged Trevor Dryer, …