J-Phone and DDI are relatively easier to get official support, as they are more
desparate to get contents. No specific rules, just contact someone, make a pitch,
and work it.
r e n
daniel dolan wrote:
> Official i-mode site proposals generally need to show
> at least one year's worth of content if the proposal
> is to upload new content daily. If you are not a
> recognizable brand name, the bar is high. Consider
> tying up with an established player.
> Also, think interactivity: games obviously are big.
> Finally, I agree with R E N that impressing Natsuno
> is a good move, but he will not likely look at
> proposals until they have passed a few gatekeeping
> hurdles first. The trick is to identify the most helpful
> I am unfamiliar with J-Phone or KDDI procedures.
> --Dan Dolan
> >Hi all,
> >A bit of a recurring question but can anybody shed some more light on the
> >process of getting on carrier official sites, particularly i (Inchiki) Mode?
> >Or the KDDI group official sites?
> >Also, what is the domain registration process like for the unofficial sites?
> >Appreciate any answers.
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