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Managing your time effectively in the #AdMobSAC16
February 10, 2016
Here are some pointers for managing your time as your team gets started in the #AdMobSAC16.
January to February:
Organize your team; if you haven’t found a team, utilize
to ensure you find the best team possible.
Assign tasks and deliverables for people according to their strengths.
Brainstorm your ideas for your app.
Put together your strategy for project completion.
This is also a good time to familiarize yourself with the AdMob app policy, which can be found in the
AdMob Help Center
March: As springtime approaches, your team should be in the heart of building the application. Focus on:
Design work and developing the basic elements of the app.
Aim to have a working prototype by the end of the month.
Don’t forget to
ads into your app. This is a key requirement.
Open it up for testing among a small group of trusted developers who are willing to provide detailed feedback.Start thinking your app’s
A large portion of #AdMobSAC16 is scored on the success of your app (such as the number of downloads and ratings - check the
for the full details) - you will need to give yourself enough time to put effort into promoting your app.
Complete final testing and make refinements based on user feedback. Your app should be high quality, and part of that is responding to user suggestions.
Release your app on an app store and start promoting it.
submit your app and AdMob account ID
to AdMob so we know you’ve built it.
May to June:
Continue promoting your app. Think about creative ways to do it.
Now will be the time to start readying your business report, which is due on June 28, 2016 by 5:00PM PST. The Challenge website already has a recommended
Remember, your project will be reviewed by a
panel of app experts from Google
, so your business report will need to be thorough and of professional-level quality.
Be sure to visit the AdMob website to
. Follow us on
and keep an update on #AdMobSAC16 too, for regular updates on the challenge.
Posted by Jeff MinerAdMob Student App Challenge Team
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