This podcast interview was originally published on Marketing Access Pass on July 17, 2014.
Have you ever used a mobile app on your smartphone? Of course you have! We all have… but did you know that you can generate a passive income with it? In this episode we talk about how to create a mobile app even if you have no technical experience. In this episode, Steve P. Young shares how he left his $120k salary corporate job to pursue his passion with his mobile app business. You definitely will want to listen to this episode
Episode Featured Guest: Steve P. Young
“Steve P. Young” is the host of the Mobile App Chat Podcast. He’s been featured on Technorati, Mixergy, Appclover, and iPhone Life Magazine. He is an App Developer, Mobile App Coach, and provides App Marketing Services for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
In This Podcast Episode You Will Learn:
- How to create Mobile Apps on the side to generate some passive income
- When is it the right time to leave your corporate job and start an online business
- How building an audience first can help you monetize your small-business
- Why mastermind groups are so powerful when you’re first starting online
- Why building an online business can be tough but so fun at the same time
- How to come up with your next big mobile app idea
- How to create apps even if you have no technical or coding experience
- Different ways you can make money online with your business platform
- How to get ranked on the iTunes App Store for more traffic and conversions
Links and Resources Mentioned in the Show:
- Mobile App Chat – Steve P. Young’s Mobile App Website
- Corona Labs – Cross-Platform Mobile App Development
- Udemy – Online Course Marketplace
- Sensor Tower – App Marketing and Keyword Optimization for iPhone
- Swift – Apple Developer Website
- Steve’s Bonuses – Bonus training for Access Members
Now I run an app marketing agency where we’ve helped 8 clients get featured by Apple, 5X downloads with ASO, and get coverage on Techcrunch, Mashable, Venture Beat and other major publications. I also write about apps on The Next Web, Entrepreneur.com, and on my blog AppMasters.co.