November 13, 2007 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Santa Clara, Ca - November 13, 2007 - Mac-centric strategic marketing and business development company, Spin Studio LLC, today published its second article in what has quickly become the very popular SpinTips series of articles, all of which are written exclusively for Mac developers. Titled Retail and Distribution for the Mac Developer, this newest piece provides essential hints and tips to help Mac developers navigate and be successful in the complex world of Mac marketplace distribution and retail.
"Entering distribution and retail is literally a whole other world," said Spin Studio founder and CEO, Ed Prasek. "And Mac developers can easily see their entire business model change almost overnight. It's at this critical juncture when developers really need to be on their game and fully understand the world into which they are entering. This SpinTips article provides important information developers can use to help them chart a successful distribution and retail course for their company and products."
SpinTips is a series of strategic and tactical hints and tips articles that cover a wide range of topics, including Mac application development, distribution and retail, marketing, go-to-market initiatives, and much more. The first article in the SpinTips series, Creating a Successful Mac Product, was published in October 2007 and became an immediate success among developers around the world. Articles in the SpinTips series are published on a monthly basis.
To read the newest SpinTips article as well as others in the series, visit the Spin Studio website.
Spin Studio LLC stands as a uniquely qualified strategic market and business development company within the Mac industry, possessing exceptional knowledge and know-how relating to Mac consumers, Mac developers, the Mac channel, and even Apple itself. Founded by Macintosh industry veteran Ed Prasek, Spin Studio specializes in providing developers and companies in the Mac industry with marketing and business tools, services, implementation, and consultation needed to thrive in the marketplace. Prior to founding Spin Studio, Prasek was an integral member of Apple's Worldwide Developer Relations organization, and also served as Publisher & Editor in Chief of MacHome Journal magazine.