get your app discovered at DiscoveryBeatSo how do you get attention?

If you’re a developer of a web application and trying to compete with hundreds of thousands of applications already out there, it isn’t easy. An ever-expanding recipe of tricks is needed to stay in front of competitors, who themselves become even more aggressive with their techniques.

DiscoveryBeat 2010 is a one-day event designed to explore that magic recipe in detail. The recipe includes everything from new ways to track visitors and their reactions with advanced analytics, advanced social media and discovery techniques, and the latest cross-platform and in-app promotion techniques. We’ll also explore the continued role of more traditional public relations and brand marketing, and how their strategies have changed.

You’ll hear directly from the movers and shakers in this emerging ecosystem. Check back to the event website for speaker and agenda announcements.

Here are some questions we’ll address:

  • How do you build a company from the get-go to consistently get its apps noticed?
  • What are the opportunities for startups in the discovery arena?
  • Will the platform makers dominate discovery, and if so, which ones are they, and how do you avoid being at their mercy?
  • What tactics will get you noticed?

Last year, our inaugural DiscoveryBeat 2009 event showed us how important this topic is for entrepreneurs. It was a big success. So we’ve turned DiscoveryBeat 2010 to full day event, to be held on October 18th at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. The conference will feature speakers, presentations, and networking opportunities. We’ll host 300 significant players from the mobile app ecosystem: mobile/game developers, major platform providers, mobile/social advertising players, venture capitalists, press and more. You’ll get key insights into how to build a viable app business and you’ll also be able to network with leading executives in this sector.

Early-bird pricing is available until September 15. We sold out very early last time, so if you’re coming, you should secure your tickets now and save money too!

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