AdDuplex is a fantastic resource for the cross-promotion of Windows Phone and Windows apps. Today, AdDuplex has launched a new program designed to help developers promote their apps even further with free access to various tools and resources from AdDuplex.
If you are a Windows or Windows Phone developer you can sign up for the HERO APPS program here at AdDuplex's website. To participate in the program, you will need to apply within thirty days after your app or game has launched on the AdDuplex network.
Along with vouchers to advertise on AdDuplex, additional benefits for the top apps include:
- One month subscription to Pluralsight Plus
- A featured campaign with myAppFree
- A featured campaign with AppDeals
- A review here on Windows Central
While this program is designed to give new Windows and Windows Phone apps a boost in exposure, if you are already an AdDuplex developer fear not. If you joined AdDuplex more than thirty days ago, July is the only month when you are able to join the benefits program with all of your apps. No matter how long ago they have been launched on the network. AdDuplex will select up to two best apps per user and you will receive your HERO benefits package at the end of the month.
Windows Central is already partnered with the myAppFree campaign and is proud to be partnering up with AdDuplex with the HERO APPS program. It is another excellent opportunity to help promote both the Windows Phone and Windows platform.
Again, for all the details on the HERO APPS program head over to AdDuplex.
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