October 5, 2010 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Vancouver, British Colombia - ComboApp LLC, a leading developer of mobile learning applications, has announced the launch of an advertising campaign on TechCrunch with the goal of raising awareness of the numerous learning application series the developer is offering to the public. The campaign will consist of two primary sequential elements, entailing on-site banner advertisements throughout the pages of TechCrunch which are subsequently linked to stand-alone Landing Pages which are meant to convey to consumers the specific details of each app bundle as well as the individual apps contained within it.
The series of unique and informative banner advertisements for each of the developers' available mobile education app bundles are meant in large part as a sort of jumping-off point for consumers, alerting them to the various educational genres that each separate app bundle belongs to. When clicked, these banner will route consumers to a dedicated landing page that specifically outlines the various apps within every bundle including platform availability, price-points, and perhaps most importantly the content outlines of each separate application series.
ComboApp is optimistic that the sophisticated and tech savvy demographic of users that TechCrunch attracts will respond positively to this campaign of public outreach the developers have undertaken. Committed to creating educational products for mobile platforms ComboApp has adamantly refused to sacrifice quality for ease of development or any other reason. This is a sentiment which echoes throughout the developers newly unveiled advertisement campaign and will continue to be a belief central to their future success and expansion.
Located in Vancouver, British Colombia, ComboApp is an innovative mobile application developer actively expanding its production horizons. With an eye always focused on future progress the organization is currently best known for leading the market in premium mobile education solutions with their Learning-To-Go educational series. Copyright (C) 2010 Intersog LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.