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  • Blog Post: ISVs Sell Cloud Apps Through Windows Azure Marketplace - Now in 26 Countries

    Windows Azure Marketplace will help sell your Azure applications globally. This online marketplace was launched in July 2011 and now is available in 25 additional countries. Partners can elect to list-only applications or sell applications directly within the marketplace. It is free to list applications...
  • Blog Post: Toolkit Helps You Market Your Phone Apps

    You've built a great Windows Phone app – now you need to market it. The Windows Phone Marketing Kit for Marketplace App Publishers is now available on App Hub. This easy to use toolkit is designed to help you start promoting your Windows Phone app in all your marketing activities and on your...
  • Blog Post: How to Test Your Windows Phone Apps Before Submitting to Marketplace

    You can now test your Windows Phone apps before submitting them to the Marketplace. One of the new features in Windows Phone SDK is a tool that lets you test your app for certification requirements on your machine. The SDK lets you run the same technical cert tests that the Marketplace team runs....
  • Blog Post: Tools, Marketplace Ready for You to Go Live on Windows Phone ‘Mango’

    Today you can begin will submitting and certifying Windows Phone ‘Mango’ apps through the Windows Phone App Hub . This means that new and existing titles optimized for Mango features like fast app switching, background audio, multiple and double sided Live Tiles, better Search integration...
  • Blog Post: ISV Video: Corelytics Provides Financial Dashboards for Small Businesses Through Windows Azure Marketplace

    Saas provider Coreconnex explain in a new video on Channel 9 why they chose Windows Azure to deploy their product for small businesses. Their product enables non-financial people to understand the financial graphical "picture" of their business. CEO Frank Coker and Chief Architect Torsten Kablitz...
  • Blog Post: Sell Your SaaS Applications, Data Through Windows Azure Marketplace

    Windows Azure Marketplace has added the capability for you to sell finished applications built on Windows Azure in US markets. Offerings are currently available within the United States with other countries being added in the next few months. Benefits of the Windows Azure Marketplace include: ...
  • Blog Post: Roadmap to Transition to the Cloud, Windows Server 8, System Center Beta Announced

    Acknowledging the continued need for on-premises deployments, Satya Nadella, president of the Server and Tools Business at Microsoft, outlined how partners can use Microsoft’s private cloud solution and announced roadmaps for products to bridge private to public cloud. The private cloud solution...
  • Blog Post: Monetize your Windows Phone Apps with Updated Ad SDK

    Microsoft has updated our Microsoft Advertising SDK for Windows Phone . The Ad SDK June Update makes it easier for developers to earn money and build ad-enabled mobile apps using either Silverlight or the XNA Framework. Enhancements include: Simpler. An easier-to-use Ad SDK ensures that developers...
  • Blog Post: List Your Application in the Office 365 Marketplace

    You can join others whose applications are listed in the Office 365 Marketplace. It is the online destination, based on the Pinpoint platform, for customers, partners, and Microsoft field to find the applications, solutions, and services that you offer supporting Office 365. For Microsoft partners...
  • Blog Post: How to Link to Your Windows Phone App in Marketplace

    Remember to use the Download for Windows Phone 7 button to help users find your application. You can download the Windows Phone 7 button kit here . The kit includes the button artwork in three colors, five languages, and five sizes; the button usage policies; a pointer to the deep linking documentation;...
  • Blog Post: You Can Now Have 100 Free Apps in Windows Phone Marketplace

    Several updates regarding Windows Phone Marketplace were announced today on the Windows Team Blog. Free app limit is raised to 100 and a new way to submit apps globally has been announced. The team also announced the future support of additional open source licensing models. The posting provides more...
  • Blog Post: New Video: Interview with Windows Phone 7 Developer–Ash Morgan

    Ash Morgan is a Senior Software Development Engineer at Microsoft during the day and at night he builds Windows Phone 7 applications.  Ash has five applications in the Windows Phone Marketplace today under the publisher name: Junannamono. In this interview we discuss Ash’s experience developing...
  • Blog Post: AppHub Now Open for Your Windows Phone 7, XBox Apps

    App Hub is the new single destination for both Windows Phone and Xbox Live indie developers. The Windows Phone 7 app submission process on App Hub is now open to all registered Windows Phone Marketplace developers. Please take full advantage of your Marketplace developer account by submitting your Windows...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Roadmap Includes Virtual Machine Role, SQL Azure Reporting, Windows Azure Marketplace, and More

    At the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) , Microsoft is announcing a host of new enhancements and services that make it easier to move to platform as a service, to enhance current applications and workloads, and to transform applications to take full advantage of the underlying platform. These...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 - Top 10 Tips for a Successful Marketplace Certification

    There’s a growing wave of developers submitting WP7 applications for certification and inclusion in the catalog. Although several applications passed testing, there is a trend in applications failing certification testing over these past weeks. Following are the top things to consider before submitting...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Developers - New Benefits for Microsoft Platform Ready

    If you are developing Windows Phone 7 applications please sign up for the Microsoft Platform Ready Program (MPR).  In addition to the standard MPR benefits you’ll also be able to receive a $99 Marketplace rebate after 2 applications are accepted into the Marketplace. The rebate details are still...
  • Blog Post: Windows Marketplace for Mobile: Registration and Application Submission Walkthroughs

    If you’re looking for some guidance on the application registration process, the Marketplace team has created two walkthroughs Windows Marketplace for Mobile Developer Registration Walk Through View more presentations from Mike Francis .
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone 7 Private Distribution, Marketplace Policies Unveiled at TechEd

    Microsoft is making several announcements at TechEd this week that developers should be sure to catch, like the introduction of our new Windows Phone Marketplace policies . We’re also providing more details about some developer features, one of which I think is worth exploring more closely; private beta...
  • Blog Post: Policies for Windows Phone Marketplace Announced

    Today, Microsoft introduced the new set of Windows Phone Marketplace policies that will govern the application submission and certification process as Windows Phone 7 comes to market. We’re taking the next step with Marketplace to attract a much wider range of professional and non-professional...
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