The Co-Marketing Program offers AWS customers a variety of opportunities to support your own marketing outreach efforts. These opportunities are designed to promote your product, application or service within the growing AWS community and leverage the AWS brand to impart a sense of dependability and reliability to your solutions.
You can display the “Powered By Amazon Web Services logo” to let your customers know that your application is built on the same reliable, scalable infrastructure used to power Amazon.com’s global web properties. Please read and follow our Trademark Guidelines before using the logo.
The AWS Customer App Catalog is a public directory of web applications that are built on top of AWS or tools that can help other customers integrate with AWS. By submitting your product, application, or service into this directory, you can showcase what you’ve built using Amazon Web Services. Simply sign in with your AWS account login and complete the form to submit your solution.
AWS user groups provide a great setting for existing and new AWS users to network, share ideas, get questions answered, and exchange best practices. If you are a passionate AWS user and are interested in joining or starting an AWS User Group, see the list of existing groups and tips on starting your own group. Feel free to contact us with your questions.
Share your product, application, or service with the Amazon Web Services community by submitting your solution to the Solutions Catalog. We will select three new entries each month to be listed as “Featured Solutions” in the AWS Newsletter.
If you have built a free code snippet, library, tool, or AMI that may help other AWS developers more effectively use Amazon Web Services, submit it to the Resource Center. This is a great way to gain exposure within the AWS community and help out other developers.
If you would like to share your knowledge of AWS, consider publishing an article in our Resource Center. Please share your idea with us by including a 2-3 sentence description of the article. If you haven’t written for us before, please submit a short bio along with your article. Final articles should be of reasonable length (around 1000 – 2500 words) and include code, diagrams, screenshots, or other related materials.
If you’d like to use our logo, the name of an AWS service, or any other AWS trademarks in affiliation with what you’ve built, please be sure to read and follow our Trademark Guidelines, which provide a list of our trademarks, and specific guidance for how you may use and display them.
If you’ve built an application on top of Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS) or Amazon DevPay, you can use the Amazon Payments logo to let your customers know that they can quickly and securely make a payment using the information stored in their Amazon.com account. Please read and follow our Trademark Guidelines before using the logo.