How to Cash-in Building Mobile Apps (Free Webinar Tonight)

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 25, 2011 - Design/Development - 5 Comments

Want to learn all about Mobile Marketing and iPhone/iPad/Android Mobile Apps! We are hosting a LIVE webinar TONIGHT – not recorded!

What’s it all about?

This is about an explosive Billion industry that is expected to surpass Billion by 2014.

Presenters: Tim Atkinson, Mark Thompson & Jeff Mills

Date: Tuesday, October 25
Time: 9:00 pm (New York Time)

==>  Sign-up for the Webinar (for Free)

On this Brand New Webinar training, Jeff Mills goes over 5 “Streams of Income” that you can easily implement immediately and start profiting by creating and marketing mobile apps to small businesses to use to connect to their customers.

You’ll be amazed at the many ways you can make money with this. There are 5.2 Billion mobile phone users out there.  Apps are quickly replacing web sites!  iPhones, iPads and Androids are replacing computers!  Advances in technology have mobilized us and now we find ourselves living in a Mobile World.  Many people all over the world are making a fortune with iPhone Apps because of it.

You’ll learn that is you can send an email, make a document in Word, or make a post in a blog – then you can make money and profit in the Mobile App Revolution!

My guest, Mobile & Marketing expert, Jeff Mills, shows show you the many different ways in which you can cash in on this remarkable new opportunity!  Nothing like this has been seen yet, and no… this is not about making or developing GAME that you sell – it’s all about helping local businesses!

Hurry, as we are only letting in the first 300 people!

About Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills is a former Youth Pastor of 9 years, who is now a full time internet marketer, information entrepreneur, book author, speaker, sales coach, and also an avid traveler.

Having Sold over $3 Million Dollars of products and services since 2003, Jeff is uniquely qualified to help you grow your business and speaks to people all over the world to help them grow their online businesses and make more money while working less.

Jeff has created his own products as well as become a successful affiliate marketer, marketing products of others as a super affiliate.

About the Author

Mark Thompson

Mark is the creator of StayOnSearch and president of Search Creatively, a full-service Internet Marketing Company located in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also contributes to many industry related blogs including Search Engine Journal and is active on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Mark on Twitter

How about this one? A team of highly skilled, mature and experienced Developers build reliable, robust, web-based functionality using HTML5, PHP, CSS3, .Net, JavaScript, MySQL as well as iPhone and Android languages.

Noel Addison
Noel Addison

Mobile website is trending these days and so as the mobile apps. And I definitely agree that mobile apps is a great source of profits certainly because that's what most of business owners need right now. My recent post 5 Things to Look for in a Web Dev Company


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Gina Farmer
Gina Farmer

That's totally true, mobile apps can become a source of profit. Hopefully there will be an app that has a tracing system. Most of the phones today just add features that don't really help out in real life. That's why, I'm hoping for this app.


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