Pursuing Mobile Money Making Opportunities with The Guide to the App Galaxy

mobile money making opportunitiesIf you’re into mobile money making opportunities, especially designing and creating mobile apps, you should take a look at The Guide to the App Galaxy from Google. Check out the blog post title “Launch a mobile business with The Guide to the App Galaxy” from Google Mobile Ads Blog as it introduces the guide which helps on building a business on mobile. I think you’ll be impressed with the way Google presented the guide. Creating a good impression is one of the ways to get the attention from customers.

The Guide to the App Galaxy is simple but pack with useful information regarding app promotion, monetization and measurement. The guide is currently available in English, Japanese, Korean, French and German. The guide basically has four sections which includes promote, earn, measure and evaluate. You’ll find the guide easy to understand if you have experience in promoting website, blog, Ebook and other products online. The main idea is almost the same, just that the strategy is a bit different.

If you’re a developer who has experience with the App Galaxy and have launched your own app, it might be a good idea to share your experience by creating your own journey. There is a chance to get feature on The Guide to the App Galaxy. This is definitely a good way to promote your app.

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3 Responses to “Pursuing Mobile Money Making Opportunities with The Guide to the App Galaxy”

  1. Amanda says:

    I have recently, started mobile marketing and I am happy with results and conversion. As well it work very well for me for collecting emails for my newsletter.

  2. Family Meal Planner says:

    I have not that knowledge about mobile app marketing. But i wanna learn more about that. In this post you have given some links about mobile app. Hope i will learn more about that. I found this post as most valuable one for me…

  3. George says:

    I just clicked the link and I think the guide is really excellent. I am not mobile app developer, but this will definitely bring some ideas which I can outsource.