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Find out what the "Successful Appreneurs" aren't telling you
- Learn the pitfalls of putting an app on the market that you won't hear anywhere else
- Find out how often credit cards are declined and purchases are rejected. Costing you money!
- Learn not to buy into the hype put out by people "selling their services" or offering to promote your app for money!
- Find out what simply DOES NOT WORK!
You can picture it now; the app you released yesterday just passed its 100,000th download and you’re now on easy street. Money is falling from the sky, and you never have to work another day in your life. All of this was achieved by a fantastic, one of a kind idea, and an Indian Programmer you outsourced via Elance for $7 an hour. He not only understands exactly what it is that you are trying to achieve, he also provides excellent feedback and gives tips for your success along the way. The working relationship couldn’t be better. His skills are God-like, and he generates the cleanest, most functional code the world has ever laid eyes on. As you walk into the Lamborghini Dealership with a backpack full of dollars ready to lay down the cash for a brand new Aventador—YOU WAKE UP!
Welcome to the App Game. If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already read other books that hyped up how easy it is to make a living outsourcing or GASP—creating and selling your own phone apps. You probably closed those books feeling pretty damn good about yourself and even made plans on how you’re going to spend the rest of your life driving exotic cars and lounging on the beach with your umbrella drinks, but guess what? Nothing in life is easy, not even these simple (complex), easy (difficult), pieces of software we call apps. I too was once mistaken on how simple it would be to start and run an app business. I even got so far as to making an app and putting it on the market. My app, successful by some wack-job standards, is getting around 1000 downloads a day. That’s right, 1000 or so people all across the globe are making the decision to download my spectacular app. “1000 downloads a day!” I must be making like $1000 a day!? Wrong. My app makes me enough to buy a cup of coffee a day. Rarely the Starbucks variety, normally the fill-it-yourself, this taste like utter crap, why did I spend $1 of my hard earned money on this, god-awful cup of coffee variety.
I’m writing this in hopes of saving you money. I don’t want to discourage you from following your dreams and putting an app on the market. I just want you to think long and hard about what you’re doing so you can make the best decision possible. Don’t run out to produce the first idea you have, don’t hire the first programmer you find, and don’t spend countless dollars on advertising your incredible app without getting A LOT of positive feedback first. Read on and allow me to crush your dreams.
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