Engauge Selected for Facebook’s Preferred Marketing Developer Program

It was announced yesterday by Facebook that Engauge was selected for one of Facebook’s most exclusive programs, the Preferred Marketing Developer program (formerly the Preferred Developer Consultant [PDC] program) for our application development. Before this admission round, there were only 90 other PDCs worldwide, with only 23 headquarter offices located within the United States. The last admission round extended the members qualified to 232. From Facebook:

The goal of the PMD program is to bring developers to the right clients and make it possible for any brand or company to find consultants who can work with them to build comprehensive Facebook campaigns and presences.

The Preferred Marketing Developer Program is a new program made from a merge of Facebook’s Marketing API Program (MAP) and the Preferred Developer Consultant Program (PDC). Facebook merged these two programs into the new PMD program to better represent the various technologies in the Facebook ecosystem and to recognize companies that develop holistic solutions.

As part of the program, find Engauge in Facebook’s PMD Directory, where businesses can find PMD members in their local area. To see some of Engauge’s work live, see Hamilton Beach’s Featured Products application. Application development that qualified Engauge included work with Chick-fil-A, My Coke Rewards, Carter’s, and Reese’s/Green Lantern.

Congratulations, Engauge, on such a distinctive honor!

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