How does an upstart with no money become a giant in the mobile space.
The short answer is persistence. For the longer, more meaningful answer, listen to this interview. You’ll hear the story of how Ty Morse’s persistence helped him make Songwhale into a company that turns users with mobile phones into viral marketing machines.
I’m working on an upcoming Master Class on the business of mobile app development. Ken Yarmosh of Savvy Apps, who will be leading the course, offered to give 3 scholarships. If you want one, all you have to do is apply.
This is the story of how Michael Russo and his co-founders built hundreds of mobile apps that are used by over 8 million people. As you’ll see in the interview, what put his company, Polar Mobile, on hyper-speed is partnering with top media brands like Time, Elle, CBS Sports and CNN. Wait till you hear how his team of founders got those brands to say, ‘yes’ to partnering.
I hardly ever get to interview successful entrepreneurs behind manufactured products because physical products are much harder to make than software.
This is the story of how Gauri Nanda overcame the challenges to make Clocky into a hit. If you’re interested in how to turn an idea into a product that sells, grab this interview now. We cover a lot of specific details here.
Of the hundreds of interviews I’ve done, do you know which one I keep referring back to mentally? My original interview with Luke Burgis. He talked so openly about the closure of his previous company that the message behind is stories stuck: don’t do too much.
Well Luke is back with a new company, ActivPrayer, a faith-based fitness program. I…
You probably never heard of Fanpop and you don’t know how big it is. That’s because Dave Lu and his co-founders are too busy working to talk up their success. Besides, tech entrepreneurs like you aren’t their target demographic and, as a four-man team, they don’t have the time to court your attention.
But this is a story you need to hear because these scrappy founders grew Fanpop to 100 million monthly page views and over $1 million annual profits. There’s a lot to learn from how they did it.