- Apr 12, 2001
As noted by Ars Technica's Jacqui Cheng, Apple has updated its iAd developer page to invite app developers to advertise their applications through the company's new mobile ad platform.
Apple's iAd program launched at the beginning of this month with ad campaigns from major brands such as Nissan and Dove, with the company reportedly charging as much as $1 million for placements in the program. But now the door appears to opening for smaller developers, as the company broadens its offerings to include app developers wishing to promote their applications, something we've seen for quite some time on existing ad networks.iAd for Developers. A great way to promote your applications.
You can now purchase iAd advertising to promote your app to millions of users across the iAd Network. With iAd for Developers, users can download apps from the App Store without leaving the app they're in. It's easy to get started, contact us today and learn how you can drive more downloads of your app with iAd for Developers.
Article Link: Apple Rolling Out iAd Spots for App Developers