DIY mobile content marketing for all is a new do-it-yourself mobile storefront for small content providers. “The service provides amateurs and semi-professional content creators web-based self-service access to an open mobile commerce distribution channel,” says Qpass. 

The shop can be integrated into the content providers’ own website. Qpass says amateur and semi-professional content creators can build a fully functioning mobile storefront “in minutes”.

The service requires that users create an account, upload content, select a template and use a range of merchandising tools to promote their products. But no registration fee is required and content providers need only agree to a simple usage contract that includes a code of conduct to avoid abuses of the system.

In addition to providing storefront and content management, also filters content offerings for the appropriate devices and handsets, and handles content delivery, billing, and
age verification.

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