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Podcast – APPetite

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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.

Customer Reviews

Nice job!

Great podcast. The only suggestion I would have is to reduce some of the "biography" talk and get more into specific marketing activities undertaken by the guests when they launched their apps.
-Sy (MMAvsBoxing Combo Calendar)

Very helpful!

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!

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!

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