1436 Howard Street
San Francisco, California

What: Market Your App Through Social Media
When: 15 September, 2009
Where: PariSoMa, 1436 Howard Street @ 10th Street, San Francisco

You’re the proud owner of an iPhone application in the App Store — or soon to be. Now what? How will people now about your app?

Join us for the second networking session of The iPhone Network Lounge @PariSoMa and find out how you can effectively spread the word about your application. Guest speaker Dom Sagolla will describe the power of social media and how to best use it to market an iPhone application.

This is a free networking event for iPhone lovers, including techies, non-techies and business minded. Refreshments will be served and we invite contributions to help provide plenty for everyone.

The event is organized by Bamboudesign and hosted by PariSoMa Coworking Space in San Francisco.

Program :

Market Your App Through Social Media
Speaker: Dom Sagolla
Marketing your app is usually a second thought to most developers and designers, but it takes a community of people to market an app using social media. As a co-creator of Twitter, and author of the upcoming book "140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form", Dom Sagolla will describe a unique approach to marketing software.

The story of @TheBook and @BookApp is a tale of Twitter and social media success that trails two iTunes Staff Favorites: iPhone apps Big Words and Math Cards. Drawing upon experience helping to create the Obama '08 iPhone App last year, Dom will share how his company DollarApp is the simplest model for building a business one app at a time.

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About the speaker:

Dom Sagolla
Dom Sagolla helped create Twitter in 2006, and has written a book entitled "140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form", shipping this October. He is the founder of DollarApp, developing applications for iPhone in San Francisco. He is also co-founder and host of iPhoneDevCamp, an international, not-for-profit developer community. Dom has been an engineer in research and development at HP Laboratories, the MIT Media Lab, and Adobe Systems. He's contributed Open Source at such startups as Macromedia, Odeo, and Dom.net, has shipped applications such as Dreamweaver and the Adobe Creative Suite, and delivered platforms such as Twitter, Adobe Flash, and AIR. His successes include the official Obama '08 iPhone App, as well as two iTunes Staff Favorites: Big Words, and Math Cards. http://dom.org

About the organizer & host:

Bamboudesign is the creator of the iPhone Network Lounge. Bamboudesign is a San Francisco-based company that designs and develops mobile applications and websites, in particular for the iPhone. Using a human-centered design methodology, combined with an expertise in natural (touch) user interface design, the company delivers products that meet usability, effectiveness and aesthetic standards. http://www.bamboudesign.com.

PariSoMa is a coworking space in San Francisco that provides desks, wifi and coffee to independents and startups. Our goal is to work as a platform for communities to foster innovation, collaboration and collective intelligence. http://www.parisoma.com.

Added by parisoma on September 7, 2009