Stop focusing on the fact millions of apps are already for sale and start focusing on getting a piece of the billions in app sales every month.
Look around you : Everyone is on their phone. All day long. This is a symptom of the times. Some call it the information age, or the digital era. I call it the age of the mobile phone.
It probably won’t last forever, and I have no idea what’s going to come next. But with more and more of the internet access coming from mobile, it’s a fact we have to accept.
This is the mobile age.
So, as an entrepreneur, what’s your mobile presence like ? Are you an app CEO ? Or, do you only have a physical store ? Are you web only ? Are apps something you’ve always talked about getting into, but you didn’t know how to get started ?
If so, that’s fine — you’re not alone. I bet you’re still killing it. But you could probably do more. Remember : This is the mobile age.
This is your app idea.
I’ll make an assumption and say you’re already sold on how bad you need an app. I’ll take it you’ve already got a big app idea.
So the next logical step is learning to code it out. DIY, right ? No. Absolutely, 100 percent wrong. That’s like building your own house with your own two hands.
I mean, why not ? You have the idea, the vision of what your perfect house looks like. Supplies are readily available at a big-box store. Wood, nails, tools, go buy some ! Hell, you can even find a ton of books and courses on home building. There are entire websites and YouTube channels dedicated to this !
So, can you build your own house from scratch ? Sure, it will simply take ten times as long to move in. Oh, and don’t ask me to step foot in that death trap.
This is how to do it.
Seriously, if you’re not a pro already, hire one. There are tons and tons of people who want to build your app. People that know what they’re doing, and can do it pretty damn good too.
If you don’t hire a someone that knows what they’re doing, if you don’t delegate this out to a true professional, congrats ! You’ve just taken on a new hobby.
Not a business. A hobby. Learning to code takes years to master. Yes, I’ll admit : You can get a prototype out by learning a few things and using some cool tools that you find, but I still think that’s a hobby. So if “learning to code” is your one reason why you’re not in the app game right now, you need to admit that you’re just afraid.
There are millions of apps earning billions of dollars in the app stores of the world, and as an entrepreneur, you should be staking your own claim in the gold rush of our generation.
Source : www.entrepreneur.com