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The Business of Android Apps Development: Making and Marketing Apps That Succeed by Mark Rollins

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C H A P T E R  3

You’re Not Selling an Application, You’re Selling a Culture

Hopefully, you have answered all my questions about your Android applications that were laid out in Chapter 2. For the sake of argument, let’s say that you have a good start on the Android application itself. If you haven’t, then I will give you something else that you can think about while you are constructing the next hit Android application.

I never like to make promises that I can’t keep, so let’s talk about how much money you will probably make. It probably won’t be a lot, at least not at first. If you go to the Android Market, you will find that a lot of applications that have been abandoned by developers. You can usually tell because there have only been 50 ...

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