if you haven’t pulled the trigger yet on the 90 Minute App Webinar, i bet i know why.
It’s one of two things…both are reasons i anticipated at the outset of coming up with this crazy idea.
You either don’t know if you really need to learn to build a Mobile App…
or you think it’s gonna be too hard.
with only 2 days left to secure your spot, i think it’s time for some gentle encouragement. i wouldn’t want you to miss this chance.
first off, you know me, even if i plan to put something on the market again later, i rarely ever get the time.
too many things to do and far too many fresh ideas to move backwards.
so if you put this off for another time, you’ll probably not get a second chance.
secondly, if you’ve ever wanted to gain a few useful technical skills to compliment your online marketing training, then who better to learn from than me?
i’m one of the best programmers i’ve ever met. i’ve been doing it since i was 9. i breathe coding.
the other day i was on a webinar giving a student a critique of their website and i just upped and started re-coding their website live. i didn’t even have access to it. but i modified it right there in my own browser.
i do that kinda thing every day!
not only am i a great software developer nor do i only know lots of cool technical tricks, but i’m a marketer too, like you.
so i know the kind of things you’d want your mobile app to do and i’ve already built the app that demonstrates how to pull them off.
stuff like, sharing links from within your Mobile App to get viral traffic.
stuff like, how to plan, design, and get an idea for an app that will make you a nice easy stream of income every day.
stuff like, how to capture leads from within your Mobile App.
and a lot more.
But that’s not all.
according to plenty of my students, i’m a guy who has a way of making the complex simple.
i believe in simplicity as a personal philosophy, and it’s how i choose to lead life.
the thing about learning to build a Mobile App is it’s a useful skill to have.
Mobile Apps are trendy and everyone loves to download them. but rather than being just a consumer of apps like everyone else, why not add another dimension of fun to your life?
at least learn in theory how easy it is to build your own App in case you ever want to do it later.
besides, even if you don’t have an idea for an app right now, once you see how it’s done, who knows? You might actually spark up a great creative idea for an app that will help you or others.
it’s what i did actually..
that’s what started this whole thing for me.
for the longest time, i wished for apps that did this thing or that…and no one had made them already.
i have this amazing idea for a social network i’d been dying to make for almost 8 years now, but it needed a mobile camera. i was always afraid of the idea of building apps on mobile.
back in those days you had to use complex languages like Java and build them for the ugly-arse Symbian operating system which is so limiting.
i was going to hire a guy for 10,000 dollars a month to create it for me, but never got around to it.
another idea i had was for a personal need.
when i pray, i get very spiritual and concentrate very hard. but that makes me lose my place in the ritual and forget my count. Count is important in the Muslim prayer; you repeat the ritual a different number of times for each time of day.
a few months ago, i was talking with a friend and he mentioned he has the same problem.
we thought up this idea…
what if there was a mobile app that sits on top of our prayer rug…and it would just track our sequence of steps in the ritual, using the mobile camera or proximity sensor…and keep count for us!
the idea was simple yet an app didn’t exist to do it.
so recently, i figured i’d build it.
i learned how to build apps for Android first and created it in exactly ONE day.
by the next day, i had it uploaded to the Google Play store and a handful of people downloaded it and started using it.
every day, the number of users increases. and i can track them in my back office and see how many active users are using my application.
i can release updates whenever i feel like it.
but the best part is, i started building a list of subscribers for a non-profit charity project from that little app i made.
soon i published it for iPhone and increased my subscriber base. it was EASY and FUN.
next time you think, “wouldn’t it be nice if there was an app that did X”, after you attend the webinar, you’ll be able to build that app and see if anyone else thinks that’s a good idea.
seriously, screw all these reasons.
learning something new is FUN and it’s what we were put on earth to do.
so don’t miss out. Join the 90 Minute App webinar with me, and let’s make you first Mobile App together. You’ll be so cool.
here’s the link to register:
See you Wednesday!