Do you have good examples of compelling "Feature Tour" videos for web applications or native/software applications? [more inside]
posted by jeremias
on Apr 21, 2011 -
There are a lot of e-blast and mailing list software options for PC, but if you have a Mac and want to send out e-mails to a lot of people in an organized way, is there any great way to go? I REALLY can't afford to use Constant Contact right now, my mailing list is large and it would cost a *bunch*.
posted by miss lynnster
on Nov 29, 2010 -
Need examples of software marketed for its interaction with other software, with the naming convention of "NAME for NAME." Not looking for OS-level stuff, though, like "NAME for Windows." [more inside]
posted by Cool Papa Bell
on Apr 19, 2010 -
I am looking for an email management program (like campaign monitor) that also includes email analytics (like google analytics) and project management tools (like basecamp). I am in a small marketing department at a non-profit that relies heavily on email (100K+/month messages sent).
My google-fu has failed me so far, I can't find anything that has all three components. Does anyone know of a one stop shop that does this? Also open to a using several programs as long as we can get them to work with each other.
posted by Incy
on Oct 21, 2009 -
How would I figure out how big the market is for iPhone apps that are basically collections of videos? [more inside]
posted by ignignokt
on Jul 28, 2009 -
I have created a website and software that I would like to promote and market. What are some creative ways to drive more traffic to my website and get people to buy my software? How does one go about getting write-ups in industry trade mags, ezines, and blogs? I am interested in learning more about ethical SEO, PR Campaigns, Affiliates, Guerilla Marketing, etc. If you created a piece of software, how would you get the word out?
posted by jasondigitized
on Apr 16, 2009 -
I have started developing and selling software for the iPhone. What websites should I read on a regular basis? [more inside]
posted by alms
on Oct 26, 2008 -
My company has developed a case management tool that has been in use for a number of years, and has never had a name. I want to start marketing it, register a domain name, get a logo developed, brochures and turn it into a brand.
I would like something eponymous, and to that end I came up with the name “Preside” (as in preside over a case). I’m not that enamoured with it, and the developers hate it- but can't give me a reason. Can the hive mind think of something better? Or is “Preside” OK or just too awful?
I can’t continue referring to the software as “our case management application”
posted by mattoxic
on Jun 1, 2008 -
I need to quickly create a marketing plan and budget but I am more the creative, not so much the plan. [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Nov 24, 2007 -