2018 App Market, App Developer News, app marketing, Case Studies

New to apps? Create a winner right out of the gate!

 

New to apps? Create a winner right out of the gate!

 

A few funny things about creating a winner >

 

  • Winning or a winner is very relative
  • It’s usually not the app you think it will be

 

It’s important to understand if you don’t know what a “win” is for you and you’re convinced that you’ll know it when you see it, I’m warning you that can be a slippery slope.

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App Developer News, Industry Updates, Make More Money From Apps

[Video] Embrace Competition In The App Store To Make More Cash in 2018!

I’m starting something new in terms of content. When write a content email or blog post to share I’ll make a video that summarizes it. That way if you would rather watch, then read you have the option.  This goes hand and hand with the idea that I like doing videos more than writing.

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App Developer News, app marketing, Case Studies, Emoji Apps

How can I pick a profitable niche for an emoji app? (100th Blog Post!)

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“I mean, won’t it be hard to stand out?”

 

Well, this isn’t a trick question. The easiest way to pick a profitable niche for an emoji app is look at what’s already successful and come up with something better. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel here. That advice can be taken on a micro or macro level.

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2017 Growth, App Developer News, Emoji Apps, entrepreneurship, Facebook Mobile Ads, Industry Updates, Making the jump, Mega Jackpot Slots, Paid Advertising, Path to 7 Figures

Relevancy in Today’s Market

Hey! Earlier today I was sitting at my desk brainstorming on some app feature ideas for a project and it made me think… “maybe I should just ask the users what they want” I can research, brainstorm and speculate forever, but if the users don’t want that feature then what the hell is the point? I know…

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