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Apple may be finally cracking down on bots after warning to developers

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Apple issued a warning to developers last night reminding them that using third-party advertising services guaranteeing top rankings could result in the loss of their developer membership. In a note entitled, “Adhering to Guidelines on Third-Party Marketing Services” last night, Apple reiterated: “Once you build a great app, you want...
Apple may be finally cracking down on bots after warning to developers

Apple warns developers who manipulate App Store rankings

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The company says that developers who artificially manipulate App Store rankings or work with third parties to do so will have their Apple Developer Program membership revoked....
Apple warns developers who manipulate App Store rankings

Apple warns developers not to manipulate their app rankings

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In a sign of trouble in the App Store, Apple has warned app developers not to manipulate their rankings in the top charts by using third-party marketing services. The warning addresses rumors that have suggested that “bot farms” or “water armies” in places such as China are offering to boost...
Apple warns developers not to manipulate their app rankings

Apple Promises A Crack Down On Those Who Manipulate App Store Rankings

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It took one allegation of download bots on a message board, very little in the way of actual confessions, and a whole lot of murmurs, but Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) is showing that it will respond swiftly if anyone starts messing with its App Store. But further investigation into the...
Apple Promises A Crack Down On Those Who Manipulate App Store Rankings

Apple warns developers not to manipulate App Store rankings

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On Monday, a Touchstone Arcade thread from a disgruntled developer claimed numerous apps in Apple’s App Store were promoted into the top 25 using illegal services. The poster accused a number of big-name developers such as Crowdstar of using such services. Crowdstar’s co-founder Suren Markosian immediately denied the accusation, assuring...
Apple warns developers not to manipulate App Store rankings

Apple warns developers not to manipulate App Store rankings, or risk a ban

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After some buzz around the manipulation of App Store rankings, largely stemming from a thread in the Touch Arcade forums, Apple has posted a warning to developers not to cross the line when promoting their apps. The line that they draw is ‘manipulating App Store rankings’ and a clear consequence...
Apple warns developers not to manipulate App Store rankings, or risk a ban

Apple Warns Developers Not to Manipulate App Store Rankings

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Yesterday, a TouchArcade thread was posted that warned about fraudulent App promotion services that guarantee Top 25 rankings for a modest fee. According to the poster, these services utilize automated scripts or bots to artificially boost free app rankings into the Top charts. At least one company denied the...
Apple Warns Developers Not to Manipulate App Store Rankings

Swipely connects customer rewards with your credit card, launches “Marketing Manager”

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One of the most exciting aspects of the tech startup scene is the potential it has to make our lives easier. The only problem is, companies often start out solving a problem that never existed. Plus, if there is a legitimate problem, solutions that are proposed aren’t always going to...
Swipely connects customer rewards with your credit card, launches “Marketing Manager”

Apple to Developers: Don't Mess With Our App Store Rankings

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Apple really does not like it when you mess with its finely tuned systems. Especially when it is the company's cash cow iOS platform. In a short statement yesterday, Apple warned developers to not game the rankings system in its App Store, threatening the loss of Apple Developer Program membership...
Apple to Developers: Don't Mess With Our App Store Rankings
Some iOS developers used 'well-known' download bots to manipulate App Store top 25

Apple Has Declared War On Developers Who Cheat Their App's Ratings (AAPL)

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Now that there are more than a 500,000 apps available in the Apple app store, and companies are spending tens of thousands of dollars to advertise apps, transparency around sales and quality is important. As such, Apple has issued strong warnings against using download bots or similar methods for...
Apple Has Declared War On Developers Who Cheat Their App's Ratings (AAPL)
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