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Media App Summit Dispatches

Our Media App Summit opened today in New York City, bringing together experts from every corner of the mobile publishing space. To help you sift through all the resources, we’ve collected all our blogs’ coverage in a single post.

Here’s some advice for how to get your literary app discovered: “Build Relationships. Get to know your reps at all of the app stores that you are working with, be it Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google and so on. These guys can help you curate, merchandize and promote your apps. Think long term about these relationships. If they don’t pick up one particular app to feature, they may pick up another down the road if you continue to foster your relationship”

How To Get Your App Discovered

Tips On Digital Magazine Publishing Gleaned From Zinio, Bottle Rocket and MAZ

UNICEF Uses Mobile App To Empower Youth

App Building Tools for Media Professionals

Digital Comics Tips At Media App Summit

Mediabistro Course

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Memoir WritingStarting January 7, work with a published memoir writer to tell and sell the story of your life! In this course, Wendy Dale will teach you how to create your story around a marketable premise, hone your narrative voice, write a memoir with a solid structure, and sell your memoir before you've even finished writing it. Register now!

Phi Tran Joins AppNewser

As the Media App Summit launches in New York City, our sibling blog AppNewser has expanded its staff. Journalist Phi Tran has joined the blog as a contributor.

Here’s more about her work, a writer who appreciates a good galley cat photograph:

I’m a wordy designer with a penchant for technology and gizmos. When I’m not online digesting mobile trends, I attend live concerts, read plenty of paper books, and cook up a tart or two. I also have a thing for pretty pictures so I’m constantly hauling around my cameras and lusting after beautiful photos on Pinterest.

Feel free to send me an email (chickiephi AT gmail.com) or ping me on Twitter if you want to talk about tech related gossip. I especially enjoy Photoshopped cats on buildings, so if you have any, please submit them to my Tumblr.