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LearnAppmaking - Reinder De Vries

LearnAppmaking – Reinder De Vries


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About the Episode

Are you looking to develop and code your first app? Well today’s guest put together a course that will teach you how to do that and how to actually market it once it’s functional. Also, listen to the part of the show where he shares how he built and validated his video course without having an audience.

Reinder De Vries is the Founder at LearnAppmaking and Appmaker at Interactionauts.

Show Notes

Marketing Your App

In marketing, to be successful, the app must meet a special need. Never assume that users will immediately see the value of your product. Be sure to get the message across so that the target knows what the product can do for them.

How to Build and Validate a Video Course without an Audience

Find groups in the social media such as Facebook talking about topics relevant to the video course and tell them it. Join their discussions and make the pitch to the members of this group that there is a website they can go to if they are interested. This is the landing platform. Incorporate a tracker that monitors what they click on, what they visit and basically what they are interested in. If a developer can do this, he can validate a video course without an audience.

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