This “Build an App Business: How to Make Money with Apps” course is designed for non-technical entrepreneurs who are interested in getting involved with the iPhone app business. There are several skills app entrepreneurs can learn to increase their probability of success. For example learning how to prototype your own apps will allow you to communicate visually and more effectively with your developers/designers. Making app frameworks will save your development costs because you can spread your development costs across several apps. The power of the app network will reduce your risk because now you don't need one hit app but can have several solid apps.
You will learn all this and more from this “Build an App Business” course.
Take this ultimate Build an App Business course and learn how to make money with Apps.</p>
In this video you learn some of the secrets successful app creators have used. Save time and money all while improving your odds of success.
Watch me prototype the most popular iPhone app in the world. Practice makes perfect. And prototyping other popular apps will help you build up your design/app creation skills.
Designing iPhone apps with limited knowledge is easy if you can use Keynote. In this movie I show you shortcuts to designing successful iPhone apps.
Creating wireframes is a great way to visual your apps user interface. Using Keynote we can turn these wireframes into full mockups in seconds.
Asana is a great task management app. This video shows you how I mocked up the app and mirrored the transitions/animations.
Online business is hard. There are lots of myths out there. This video will help you avoid getting lost.
In this video we will focus on the guerrilla tactics used in off-store marketing.
Matt's specialty is based on Predictable Revenue, the converge of technology and the sales profession (sales hacking), and educating/training future sales champions.
Matt began his startup journey as the co-founder of Bartab. At Bartab, Matt was able to secure $25,000 from Facebook and eventually sold the company in 2010. From there Matt joined AppSumo as the 1st sales rep and helped take the company from $0 to $3M/YR.
After AppSumo, Matt went on to Thunderbird School of Global Management where he completed his MBA.
From there Matt worked at StackCommerce as the VP of Sales. In this role Matt scaled the company from $0 to $30M/YR in sales. This growth was partially a result of Matt's ability to close major partnerships, develop robust elearning offerings, and build a sales & lead generation machine.
While at StackCommerce, Matt built a personal relationship with best selling sales author Aaron Ross of Predictable Revenue. Based on his learnings from Predictable Revenue Matt created Full Stack Sales: The Store for Sales Professionals.