Bestselling Android Dev Eddie Kim Teaches You How To Market Your Android Apps!
You've designed the perfect app, and you're wondering why no one is buying it. Our experienced Android developer, Eddie Kim, has been in your shoes, and he knows how stiff the competition can be. Eddie introduces you to the people with the power, your customers, as he walks you through the marketing steps you need to take to make your app stand out from the a sea of similar apps.
You're an innovative developer, but when it comes to advertising your app, you don't know how to rally an audience like Billy Mays. However, you've found that other books offer redundant, outdated, or useless advice, and you're looking for a book that gives you specific, straight-forward strategies to dominate the market now.
Eddie is here to show you his own tricks (which earned him over 180,000 a year in Android apps), which will increase your sales and teach you how to dream up bestselling Android apps for your money-making arsenal.
JUST A FEW OF THE THINGS YOU'LL LEARN:
- A step-by-step development guide for identifying unfilled app needs, avoiding piracy with Eddie's coding strategies, and guarding against 3 major development mistakes
- Android vs. iPhone: An analysis of the pros and cons of Android and iPhone programming
- The inside scoop on increasing customer ratings, making the most of blogs and social media, and avoiding the 70-30 price split
MEET THE AUTHOR, EDDIE KIM
Eddie is an independent Android developer, responsible for hit applications like Car Locator, Smarter Alarm, Copy Paste It, and Screenshot It. His applications have won numerous accolades and over 100,000 in prize money. He has been featured in numerous publications, including Wired Magazine, Techcrunch, and Capital. Today he sells over 180,000/year in Android apps. He is also the cofounder of PicWing.com, an innovative subscription photo printing service. Eddie graduated from Stanford University in 2005.
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