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Make Money with iPhone Apps with Zero Coding Experience: Find and Test Your Idea

Posted In iPhone - By Techtiplib on Saturday, February 25th, 2012 With No Comments »

This Sumo isn’t exactly a coding genius when it comes to making apps.

It’s just not my thang.

Luckily there are people out there like you who are interested in things like making iOS Apps, and Sumos like us who hire people like you.

What? You don’t know how to code iPhone apps?

Why the hell not young Sumo-ling?!?

Oh… right… you think it’s hard and you just don’t have an idea for an app that you think will sell well.

Well what if I told you that even though there is probably an app already created in every niche out there, that you could create one that could reach the App Store’s “New and Noteworthy” section?

You would probably be realllly interested wouldn’t ya?

What the hell could be this Sumo’s secret taco sauce for getting an app built, with zero coding experience, and getting featured in the App Store?

It’s simple — it’s who you know, and learning what THEY know.

So we got a couple of people who you can get to know.

Sheehan Alam of TappForce and Susan Su, Head of Products at AppData.com will walk you through what it takes to build an app and drive sales.

They’ll guide you through finding an idea for an App and validating it so you KNOW your users will love (and talk about) it.

Here’s a break down of what you’ll learn:

Part 1: Get the Idea – Strategies and tactics to nail down, test, and go to production with your idea

Part 2: Testing the Idea – Systematic customer insights research, including the Golden Rules and the Coffee Shop Idea Testing Script.

So who is this mini-course for?

Anyone with an idea and even those without. You DON’T have to be a programmer! (but programmers will find this to be a useful shortcut on the business side of iPhone apps)

Find and Test Your Idea

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