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Advertising products anyway possible in Atlasian website?


Hi it seams atlasian puts most downloaded apps as front but is there way to have paid advertisement plans to up your app products on search or atlasian featured apps?

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Apr 12, 2022

@Jeremi Roivas , if you work with a partner/vendor could you please update your username in accordance with the partner guidelines (excerpt below).

Identify yourself as a partner: Make sure the user is aware you are affiliated with a partner company; for example, by placing the name of your company in your user name in {curly brackets} or -dashes- (note that regular brackets no longer work and have been automatically converted to dashes). If you are mentioning your own products or services, make sure you include wording to make it clear that you are affiliated with the company providing those products or services.

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No.  Atlassian doesn't do paid promotions.

I work for one of Atlassian's largest partners, who have a lot of Atlassian products which our sales team want me to plug at every available opportunity.  I absolutely do plug them when I can, but the Community is not a place to do it.  The Atlassian Marketplace is even less so!

Atlassian offers up all the partner's apps but doesn't advertise or prefer any over the others.

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@Jeremi Roivas

Hello!, Stephen Sifers here, Community Product Lead. Reaching out as I would like to inform you that our Community does have Rules of Engagement and we ask you to please review them if you wish to continue to be involved in our Community. We additionally have an Atlassian Community online guidelines for Marketplace and Solution Partners that we ask you to please review as well.

I would like to call your attention to the following items:

No promotional language: Your posts and comments should not be for the sole purpose of promoting your products or brand.  The community is not an appropriate place to promote special pricing or discounts. We will remove posts that are promotional in nature and will flag users who do so. Repeat offenders may be removed from the community.  

No linking to your product site or blogThe community is a place of learning and connecting, not to promote or point people back to your products or your website.

Stephen Sifers

Hello we are talking advertisement of apps on atlasian website.

I think @Stephen Sifers is suggesting you look through the guidance for vendors if you choose to advertise in the community - it's not wrong to do it here, but the Community does ask for relevance, openness, and not diverting people away from the Community.

Some of the suggestions for Community play into other places - the openness that you are a vendor or partner and may be acting in that role applies everywhere.

Advertising apps on the marketplace (or other Atlassian websites other than Community) is not something Atlassian have ever wanted to do.  Their partner and developer ecosystem are wide and diverse and they want to offer "a level playing field" to contributors.  Flip through the four "top" options on Marketplace and you'll see a wide range of vendor sizes, areas of expertise, ratings etc (especially if you add Cloud vs DC into the story)

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