The Developer Marketing Guide for Startups

by Mike88Jul 10, 2015

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Great idea, having built a few businesses and platforms, some moderately successful others total flameouts, I can tell you from hard won experience (I call it tuition fees) Marketing & customer acquisition is usually where most new apps and platforms fail, not tech and not funding initially.

Startup Name The Developer Marketing Guide
What problem are you solving? Marketing to developers is notoriously difficult, this guide features methods and tools from some of the most successful Developer Marketers in the industry.
What is your solution? The Developer Marketing Guide is an open collection of the best resources for developer marketing. We want to encourage a conversation about what works, what doesn’t, and why, and openly share that knowledge with the developer company community.
Target Market Developer Marketers, Marketers, Developer Companies, Developer Tools
How will you make money? Subscriptions/Advertisement
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Heavybit is a 9 month program for post-seed funded companies making developer-focused products.
Founders Names Ted Carstensen
What type of funding has the company received? Bootstrap
Website http://www.devmarketingguide.com/
Twitter Handle @heavybit

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About The Author
Mike88
Mike88
Mike Nicholls Australian Inventor + Entrepreneur working with a small team of engineers building prototypes from Inventions including two medical devices. Publishes Startup88.com and has assessed/reviewed +500 inventions and +200 startups in the last 3 years. Mentors Sydney Startups via Incubate and other incubators and helps members of the Australian Startup Community via the Startup88.com website with free publicity and advertising. Experience in numerous industries including Digital Publishing, Cloud Computing, Apps, Hardware, Aviation, Real Estate & Finance and Health/Medical Devices.
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