March 28, 2010 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Bentonville, Arkansas - Web developer and entrepreneur Scott Bedwell has launched a new media website on Saturday for reviews of iPhone Apps called The Apperator. Developers can submit their iPhone application to be reviewed on the website, and iPhone owners can use the website as a source of finding great iPhone apps. Developers who are selected to have their app reviewed will receive a media kit with images that they can put on their website to drive traffic to the review.
Bedwell has been marketing the website on forums, blogs, and social media sites such as Facebook. Most of the revenue from the website will be invested back into the company for marketing purposes. The website is also optimized for search engines, and analytics of the website's user base are aggregated each night to ensure that the most effective promotion techniques are being targeted.
The website will start out as a simple front page with "Recent Reviews" and "Top Apps" sections, and new features will be added to the website weekly. Expected features include a forum where both developers and users can discuss the specific reviews and more extensive, database-drive views for users to look through the website. These features will also adjust as the site's number of reviews grows.
Scott Bedwell is an individual web developer, iPhone developer, and entrepreneur in Arkansas, USA. My DJ was his first app and is currently available for sale worldwide in the app store for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Bedwell is also creator of The Apperator, a website for iPhone App Reviews. Copyright (C) 2010 Scott Bedwell. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.