Take the next 10 minutes to read this so that you can be part of this “recent” opportunity – there is so much money to be made with apps.
The fact is, appportunity is now here, and it’s not stopping.
Mobile app is not just the FUTURE, it’s the PRESENT. Everywhere you go, you will see people on their phones. That is the why it is so important to start your business now. The market is going to continue to EXPLODE!
If you ever wanted to make easy, predictable and stable income for yourself, these are the 5 criteria you should have…
If you ask your neighbor whether they’ve read (fill in the blank with your favorite internet marketing guru’s name’s) latest blog post, they’ll look at you strangely. A mainstream product is a product that everyone knows, or if they don’t, it’ll just take you a minute to explain and they will GET IT. Do you have a mainstream product?
Assuming we get to ignore product life cycle and external influences like competitors, change of trends, etc, your product should be able to grow by simply doing more of whatever that is already working. For instance, many app companies can easily scale its business to the next level by releasing new games on the same platform easily.
Internet marketing is definitely a very lucrative niche and it certainly gets my recommendation. However, 9 out of 10 of the products in the market do not have natural growth — they’re promoted through an orchestrated launch (which is unlikely to be pulled by a newbie or marketer with minimal funds). After the launch, when everything settles down, the product will eventually “die” on its own. Again, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it but it’s surely not the long-term model that you and I are seeking to achieve for our financial freedom.
Preferably, your product should be a kind of product that gets the user to come back again to “consume” it again. Twitter and Facebook are two very accurate examples. Or a game where the player comes back to play it again and again.
When the product is up and running, doing what it’s supposed to do, you’re not supposed to be the reason why the user continues to use your product. If this happens, it’s going to be very difficult for you to ever achieve the freedom you want. Just look at today’s internet marketers — they are facing this problem. If you don’t believe me, just ask around.
An app business. It fits into the 5 criteria perfectly.
But what excites me the most is…