What does it take to successfully launch a BlackBerry App? BIGfish and Unsubscribe.com found a cosmopolitan mix of a press release, premeditative press briefings, creative hand-outs with promo codes, t-shirts with catchy phrases, a creative info-graphic explaining the spam industry and a solid team determined to help people easily clean their email inbox does the trick.
James Siminoff being interviewed by Ewan MacLeod from Mobile Industry Review.
Unsubscribe.com’s BlackBerry App safely eliminates unwanted email directly from an owner’s handheld device. Once installed, an Unsubscribe.com option will appear in the Blackberry email menu below the delete options. Here is a visual example of how the app works:
Yes, it is that easy to get rid of those nasty email marketing newsletters. Users can even unsubscribe when they are offline, or not in a service area! To download the app, go to Unsubscribe.com/bbapp on your BlackBerry.
For more information, check out what the media has to say about Unsubscribe.com’s BlackBerry App:
Crackberry | http://bit.ly/lIEIBy
MobileTechReview | http://bit.ly/legylV
IntoMobile | http://bit.ly/iDlun7
BerryReview | http://bit.ly/kYTc0U
Mobile Industry Review | http://bit.ly/mdz6P1
Ubergizmo | http://bit.ly/l1ZUiA
AppScout | http://bit.ly/irtMUg
Blackberry Cool | http://bit.ly/imAGJ8
BBGeeks | http://bit.ly/m7kZ1L
If you’d like to learn more or have any questions about Unsubscribe.com please contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out Unsubscribe.com’s CEO and Co-Founder’s blog JamesSiminoff.com.