Event Date(s): Dec 3, 2012
The New Yorker
481 Eighth Avenue
New York City, 10001
About This Event:
The way we read is changing quickly. A recent Pew study showed that readers use a variety of devices to read digital books: 29% used cell phones and 23% used tablet computers. The Media App Summit is a one day event that will teach you how to build apps within budget, maximize discoverability, and monetize content across all media platforms, reaching this growing readership.
The conference unites publishers, developers, digital content strategists, editors, authors, and entrepreneurs for an extensive look into the cutting-edge world of media app design, demographics, and distribution. You’ll hear from publishers, self-published authors, and app development experts and leaders who will draw a comprehensive roadmap of the media app world. Session topics include:
• App Building 101: How can you make sure readers can read your work on mobile devices? Hear app developers offer a step-by-step tutorial for building an iOS, Android or web-based app from scratch.
• Self-Publishing Survival Tips: Experts and bestselling self-published authors share tips for navigating the top reading apps: Kindle Store, Apple iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, Kobo & Smashwords.
• Navigating Storytelling Community Apps: Find out the techniques needed to find readers in sites like WattPad, Figment, Fictionaut and Book Country.
• Maximizing Discoverability & Profitability in Book App Marketplaces: Don’t let your work get lost in mobile marketplaces. Discover how to create eye-catching content, rise up the Top App lists, and promote your app in the right places.