MacJury #1106: Investing and Doing Business In the Apple Ecosystem

Operating in the shadow of Apple may be different than any other company in the world. A special MacJury convenes to discuss the benefits and challenges of doing business in and as part of the Apple ecosystem. What makes the Apple space different and what that is attractive from a business and investing perspective, the most recommended area for developers to get involved in, and a case study of how one hardware company approached it, are included in the deliberations. The question of the number of apps in the Mac App Store, the store’s features and how what is and isn’t there affects vendors, the importance of demo versions and much more are covered by the very diverse panel of Mark Fuccio, Tom Loverro, Rich Harrington, Jean MacDonald and host Chuck Joiner.

Links

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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MacLevelTen – The Mac Media Group

Mark Fuccio

Mark Fuccio on Twitter

Tactics (MarketSweetSpot.com)

Tom Loverro

Tom Loverro on Twitter

RRE Ventures

Up and to the Right – Tom’s blog

Richard Harrington

RHED Pixel – Rich’s production company

Rich Harrington on Twitter

Rich Harrington on Facebook

Rich Harrington on LinkedIn

Jean MacDonald

Smile

Jean MacDonald on Twitter

Smile on Twitter

Smile on Facebook

Jean’s resources page for her Small Business Marketing

Drobo (formerly Data Robotics)


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