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SkillsCast

Is This Really All There Is? More Ways to Monetize

4th October 2016 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Amazon Appstore Developer Summit 2016

SkillsCast coming soon.

We’ve all heard of premium, freemium and ad-supported monetization models, but is that really all there is?

No, there are more ways to monetize your app than just those three choices. Is your app using all of the available monetization mechanics? In this presentation, Amazon reviews additional ways you can monetize your app both inside and outside of the app itself. You can even monetize your app when your app isn’t even open.

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Is This Really All There Is? More Ways to Monetize

Mike Hines

Mike Hines is a Developer Evangelist at Amazon in Seattle, Washington. Mike comes to Amazon after four startups in Financial Services and Software (two of which are still operating) and 13 years at Microsoft. At Amazon, Mike helped launch the Kindle eInk app development project, has written mobile app test criteria, judged at hackathons, and is a blogger for Amazon Appstore. Mike has spoken at dozens of national and international conferences, including AnDevCon, SXSW, CES and GDC. Moving forward, Mike wants to bring developer feedback back to Amazon and is on a continuing mission to find out what is and isn’t currently working in mobile app monetization.

SkillsCast

SkillsCast coming soon.

We’ve all heard of premium, freemium and ad-supported monetization models, but is that really all there is?

No, there are more ways to monetize your app than just those three choices. Is your app using all of the available monetization mechanics? In this presentation, Amazon reviews additional ways you can monetize your app both inside and outside of the app itself. You can even monetize your app when your app isn’t even open.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Is This Really All There Is? More Ways to Monetize

Mike Hines

Mike Hines is a Developer Evangelist at Amazon in Seattle, Washington. Mike comes to Amazon after four startups in Financial Services and Software (two of which are still operating) and 13 years at Microsoft. At Amazon, Mike helped launch the Kindle eInk app development project, has written mobile app test criteria, judged at hackathons, and is a blogger for Amazon Appstore. Mike has spoken at dozens of national and international conferences, including AnDevCon, SXSW, CES and GDC. Moving forward, Mike wants to bring developer feedback back to Amazon and is on a continuing mission to find out what is and isn’t currently working in mobile app monetization.