App Development

Aug 27, 2018 9:48AM PDT

I am looking for some suggestions here. I am planning to start a new mobile app development business as I'm really passionate about being a developer. I have completed mobile development course from Cestar College http://www.****.com. Can I have some inputs from any entrepreneurs here?

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This is more a matter of you getting out there and doing it.
Aug 27, 2018 10:20AM PDT

Than much else. But let's get into an area I find new developers all too often. They don't have a portfolio or apps up on the App stores. Few will hire you without a track record so get to it and build demo or real apps and keep going.

Write apps, get them up on the store and keep selling yourself.

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Hii there, here is what you can do.
Jan 29, 2019 11:31PM PST

Actually Its fairly easy and so much profitable ,if you start the firm by your own.I was working as a software programmer in many companies from 2007,right after my graduation. It took me almost 3 years to learn the magic of starting my own business.And i registered my own IT firm in 2010 and working with out any serious issues through 2016.

Now let me tell you what you need to know and have,in order to start your own company.

First thing to take care is the Location. I recommend you to get near to town area ,so that you have a better exposure and easily findable to clients.

Second is study and confirm ,Who would your initial target client / s be. Not the whole clients,but you need to have atleast one ,prior to starting up your company. So that you can have that easy flow.

Third is get the pro marketing guys work for you.They will help you to get the momentum running.

Fourth is , You may not be having the competitive advantage over your competitors as it is a start up.But you can always attract people to you by providing promising services and best of the offers.

And now Fifth but not the last ,I started as a one man firm, initially. Then after 2 months i recruited on girl.Then after couple of weeks two more guys and so on.And in three years , i was having 6 office staffs and 5 marketing guys working for externally.

PS : IT market is dominated by established big companies and owners of big establishments not always want to take the risk of hiring small start up guys.Still you can achieve more standard as your way through.

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Planning to start a new mobile app development business
Feb 13, 2019 2:51AM PST

This is not a right way to directly start a firm without any kind of work or market experience because right now you are a fresher. This is a great idea to start a business firm but first you work with other IT company, Know how they work, how they manage employee and customer, learn how to get more and more business and keep your business on top of market, planning about future business and then you start your one firm. So my advice is first you learn about all and then start your company.

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mobile app development
May 30, 2019 3:05AM PDT

I agree with you. By the way, I have already addressed a more experienced cool team. Developed an application on a more popular platform (Android), as others (Objective C, Swift, Hybrid - Ionic 3, React Native) are less used.

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Mobile app development tips for startups
May 30, 2019 6:32AM PDT

Mobile app development tips for startups
1. Find out users likes and dislikes
2.Right platforms and features
3.Offline friendliness
4.Make simple apps
5.Ad's & Banner's keep it limited
6.Customized design
7.Grid based applications
8. search engine optimization (SEO) and ASO (Application Optimization) friendly
9. Choose the right people
10.One app for one reason

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