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The mobile app development industry is growing at a blazing 43% per year and shows no signs of slowing down. This represents a huge opportunity for you - bigger than it's ever been before. Whether you want to code or not, you can capitalize on the over 16 billion dollars of money spent per year on mobile app development services. Part-time or full-time, you can build an awesome portfolio and an even better income taking on mobile app development projects.
Over the last four years I've personally overseen the launch of over 100 apps from concept to deployment. I've grown my business from one small client to over 100. Today, we make apps for big name brands such as Walmart, GNC, Dick's Sporting Goods, and other Fortune 500 companies.
I created this course to teach you how you can hit the ground running by starting a mobile app development business - no coding necessary. I see a lot of people floundering to start or grow their mobile businesses because they don't have the mentorship or the guidance to do it right. This course is my answer for all of you who have reached out for help. I've piled everything I know and everything that has made my business successful into this course. I'm going to show you how to jumpstart your business, grow it quickly, and manage your business like a professional - all from the comfort of your laptop.
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|Section 1: Introduction (26 minutes)|
Join the party! Network with other entrepreneurs & students
7 reasons to start a mobile app development businessPreview
The Sprintkick story
Section 1 review material
|Section 2: The Essentials (56 minutes)|
The startup timeline
How does this work as a programmer / non programmer?
iOS versus Android
Native versus hybrid
Build yourself or contract?
In-house hiring or out of house?
In country or out of country?
Section 2 review material
|Section 3: Setting up your presence (65 minutes)|
Focus on 80/20 solutions for your online presence
Looking at other studios
Going further in-depth looking at studios
Picking and configuring a template on Templatemonster
Picking and configuring a template on ThemeForest
Selecting a name
Advanced: Upgrade your presence with custom design
Section 3 review material
|Section 4: Finding subcontractors (66 minutes)|
What makes a good long-term partner?
Intro to Elance
Intro to Elance 2
Intro to Upwork
Intro to Upwork 2
Intro to Freelancer
Finding freelancers elsewhere
Section 4 review material
|Section 5: Building a portfolio (22 minutes)|
How important are portfolios?
Use these tricks to grow your portfolio faster
Thoughts about portfolios
Buying testimonials and case studies
Section 5 review material
|Section 6: Getting clients (71 minutes)|
Strategy: Email scrape and blast
Strategy: Offer adjacent services to those hiring in-house
Strategy: Discount offers to groups
Strategy: Use your affiliations
Strategy: Tag your work
Strategy: Sell things that require maintenance
Strategy: This sucks let me fix it
Strategy: The perpetual discount
Strategy: Build something and give it away
Strategy: Making tutorials strategy
Section 6 review material
|Section 7: Building proposals (79 minutes)|
Our technique, in-depth costs of everything
Types of proposals
Components of proposals
Tools for getting proposals done faster
How much do you customize?
Ballpark estimate versus exacto
Strategy: Introduce ideas and see if they stick
Section 7 review material
|Section 8: Managing clients (64 minutes)|
Keeping the right distance
Confidence is key
Just enough jargon
Sniffing out their budget
Speed is important
Client budgets and the difference they make
Do you deliver what's good or what the client likes?
Don't talk about problems, say what's happening
Is the client always right?
Section 8 review material
|Section 9: Best Practices (102 minutes)|
Should you submit the app for your client?
Under promise, over deliver
What is agile? Should I use it?
Price per project, price per hour
Should you worry about competition?
Hedging your launch date
Beautiful design makes beautiful development
Running without contracts
Red flags for bad clients
Rich clients versus successful clients
Tell when you're getting fizzled
Don't quote off the top of your head
Meeting in person
Is there a benefit to delivering early?
Repeat customers are the best
Section 9 review material
|Section 10: Internal management is crucial (44 minutes)|
Intro to Asana
Getting more in-depth with Asana
Making Asana work for you
Turning Asana inside out
Section 10 review material
|Section 11: Free documents & resources|
Our $4k NDA. Yours free.
Our standard Development Contract Template
|Section 12: Course wrapup|
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Hi, I'm Evan Kimbrell. Thanks for checking out my course.
Currently, I'm the Founder and Director of Sprintkick, a full-service, referral-based digital agency based out of San Francisco. Over the past four years I've overseen the development and launch of over 100 web and mobile apps. Clients range from two-man bootstrapping startups to multibillion dollar Fortune 100s like Wal-Mart, Dick's Sporting Goods, and GNC.
Prior to Sprintkick I worked as a VC for a new firm called Juvo Capital, based out of L.A. I spearheaded the firm's expansion into Silicon Valley and into the Consumer Web tech category.
In the long long ago, I was a co-founder for an educational software startup called ScholarPRO that raised a ton of money and then spectacularly blew up (in the bad way). Before it exploded like the Death Star, I went through five tech incubators (yes, five): Tech Stars, Excelerate Labs, MassChallenge, Babson Venture Program, and Sparkseed.
I'm an avid Airbnb host for the Fisherman's Wharf district of San Francisco. My space has the #1 search ranking for my area, has hosted over 200+ people, and is currently booking out 18 months in advance. I've helped multiple hosts get their properties listed and their prices per night maximized. Results range from an extra +50% in price for established hosts and +400% for brand new hosts.
Hope you enjoy my courses!