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Building an app is a great first step; now you need to find a distributor and audience for your work. Join Michael Lehman as he covers the end-to-end process of selling and marketing that app through the Windows Phone Store. This course provides an overview of the store and explains how app developers choose a business model (including free, ad-supported, paid, trial mode, in-app purchase, and try-before-you-buy). Plus, learn to create a Microsoft account, register for the store, submit your app, get paid, and take advantage of marketing opportunities offered by Microsoft.
(music playing)) Hello I'm Michael Lehman, and welcome to distributing Windows phone apps through the Windows phone store. In this course, I'll show you how to sign up for a developer account with Microsoft, prepare all the artwork and metadata you'll need to submit your app. How to tweak your app manifest to make it accurately reflect your app's actual requirements. How to select and implement the optimal business model, including trial mode, advertising supported apps and in app purchase. We'll upload an actual app to the windows phone store, including a beta test as well as publishing the app to go live. And finally, I'll help you understand how to launch and promote your app once it's live in the store.
So, let's get started.
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