App Empire

By Chad Mureta

  • Release Date : 2012-03-01
  • Genre : Small Business & Entrepreneurship
  • FIle Size : 10.52 MB
Score: 4.0
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Description

App Empire A guide to building wealth by designing, creating, and marketing a successful app across any platform
Chad Mureta has made millions starting and running his own successful app business, and now he explains how you can do it, too, in this non-technical, easy-to-follow guide. App Empire provides the confidence and the tools necessary for taking the next step towards financial success and freedom. The book caters to many platforms including iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry.

This book includes real-world examples to inspire those who are looking to cash in on the App gold rush. Learn how to set up your business so that it works while you don't, and turn a simple idea into a passive revenue stream.
Discover marketing strategies that few developers know and/or use Learn the success formula for getting thousands of downloads a day for one App Learn the secret to why some Apps get visibility while others don't Get insights to help you understand the App store market
App Empire delivers advice on the most essential things you must do in order to achieve success with an app. Turn your simple app idea into cash flow today!

Reviews

  • Bad Mureta

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    By steve_reed
    There is nothing in this book. It is empty. I don't mean there is some kind of technical fault, I mean there is absolutely no content of any value. It is the story of a man who got lucky and seemingly has no idea about how or why that happened. It is like he bought a lottery ticket, won millions, and then spent an entire book explaining which underpants he decided to put on the morning of buying the ticket. He never explains anything in detail. He is very cagey about what apps he has actually produced. None of the stats add up. None of the links on his website work. Etc. It's just a shame I bought the electronic version of this book. A physical copy could be put to some use (perhaps as a door stop), but as it happens I have the digital version, which is just a waste of zeros and ones. Don't waste your time. Go and buy 5 lottery scratchcards instead. And then write a book about it.

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