Create a topic in every Windows related forum, contact multiple blogs, keep yourself alert towards Microsoft events and projects for devs, use your own blog or create a social network account to constantly update your users, keep some good ideas for any dev jam where your app could partecipate.
Pretty much that's it, stuff like that.
I just created an ad campaign on the Developer Center. It's a single country based ad with custom images and with the budget of 75$ for a month. I'll post the results when it's completed. But for start I would recommend you to send your app to "AppRaisin". It's a great community and a great start to promote your app.
Looking forward to hearing about those results - thanks for sharing. Ali Poder
Maybe start a new thread and post weekly updates - a month can feel like forever...??
AppRaisin looks great - but apparently its only available to those on Windows 10
PS: Since I am not on Windows 10 - out of interest, when submitting an app to AppRaisin - does it require any specific info - AppId, StoreUrl, ect?
Reason I ask is: I am hoping to ask someone to register our app on AppRaisin on our behalf - Possible or not?