xcelMe Offers Free 1/2 Hour Marketing Consultation Call to Developers

January 26, 2011 in iOS Development (E)

[prMac.com] Scottsdale, Arizona - xcelMe, a leader in iPhone/iPad software training and marketing is offering, for a limited time, a free half hour consulting call to any developer who would like to discuss their app and get a few solid marketing ideas to launch their app with greater success.

Talk to an Expert at no Charge:
This no obligation call allows any developer to discuss in confidence their app or app idea. On this call you'll get valuable free advice and feedback on how to position, message, and launch your app.

Benefits to You
* Spend 1/2 hour with renowned iPhone/iPad author and consultant Jeff Hughes
* Get some marketing tips to get your app the exposure it deserves
* Share your ideas for marketing and get honest feedback
* Learn about xcelMe's marketing and development training services
* Gain new insights into the latest app marketing trends

The lead consultant at xcelMe Jeff Hughes commented, "We are pleased to chat and discuss the marketing questions and concerns that the iPhone/iPad developer community has and offer recommendations that will help them be more successful in selling their apps."

Get Your Free Call Today:
Simply visit us at the link below and fill out the consulting request form. Tell us a couple of days and times you're available and we'll be in touch soon to schedule a call.

xcelMe Background:
xcelMe is a leading provider of webinar-based iphone/ipad application and marketing instruction. xcelMe provides development training for the beginner through advanced developer including games. xcelMe marketing programs can be tailored to fit any budget and marketing plan.

Xcelme is a full service provider of online iPhone/iPad development and marketing consulting. Xcelme also provides marketing consulting for developers looking to gain exposure for the apps in a very competitive market. Copyright (C) 2011 xcelMe, 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.