As you presumably already know, getting organic traffic to your mobile application is hard.
I know. I was the largest independent application developer on Facebook with over 200 million non-unique users.... but I still struggled initially with my mobile applications.
But slowly, I learned. One of the first big lessons was the importance of the app store. Simply put, it is the biggest source of free traffic you are going to get for your mobile application.
In this course, I share some of the strategies you can use to maximize the amount of app store traffic you receive. Here is a small sampling of what you can expect to learn in this class:
I would hate to oversell and under deliver so if you take the class, watch all the lectures and do not feel like you have your moneys worth, I will gladly refund 100% of the price of the class. No questions asked.
Three simple questions on material from the Google Play vs. iOS App Store lecture.
Ankur was the largest individual developer in the history of the Facebook platform, with over 10,000 applications and a reach of upwards of 200M users. Ankur has been featured in numerous industry blogs as well as mainstream publications such as Business Week for earning millions of dollars on the social Internet.
As a lifelong cricket fan and former international level athlete, Ankur headed up product at Live Current Media's cricket and helped purchase the digital rights to the Indian Premier League from the Board of Control for Cricket in India for $50 million while pursuing a simultaneous degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, and Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Upon graduation, Ankur co-founded Leveraged LLC and consulted on user growth for a myriad of leading companies in the consumer Internet space including Glu Mobile, Electronic Arts, Betable, Fremantle Media and GameDuell.
I'm Conrad, a Partner at GrowHack and do growth work for multiple series-A funded companies and Quotidian Ventures in NYC. In the past I've launched products in multiple industries. I also founded and produce the first Enterprise Tech Meetup which has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider and ZDNet.