Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’
Chances are that you have a smartphone FULL of apps…some you use, most you don’t…grin. I LOVE apps because they give me the ability to simplify tasks, create stuff, entertain me, find me a great place to eat (or just FIND me…lol), and more!
I’m sure that, at one time or another, you’ve had the SAME thought that I have…”I wish I knew how to make a cool app like THIS!” But then we justify away the dream…it’s probably hard…and expensive…and I don’t know coding…and on and on!
But what if I told you it didn’t HAVE to be hard? What if I told you that a buddy of mine figured out how to make it easy? And what if I told you that, for a limited time, you can access the strategies for creating your OWN app for less than what you’ll pay for dinner tonight?
So you might be thinking…
“Great…another shiny object!” And perhaps you’re right…it could be. But this is ONE shiny object I’ve been paying attention to for a while now (yes…I have my own app in development!). I’ve been paying attention to apps for one simple reason…an app as simple as turning your smartphone flash into a flashlight sold over a million copies at $.99! Yeah…exactly!
This is worth you while to invest in while it’s available at the silly low introductory price…EVEN if you set it aside for now to focus on later! And to enhance your app skills even more, I’ve decided to offer one of my own, step-by-step app creation trainings at no cost for everyone who decides to jump on this opportunity!
Here is what to do next…
Click the link below and pick up “Easy App Formula”
(It’s just $7 bucks with all the bonuses!)
E-mail me your receipt to:
tonysbonus [at] gmail [dot] com
I will get your bonus training link out to you as soon as possible! The App Video Training Bonus is loaded up and ready for you to watch!
Make an app! I can’t wait to see what you do with this training!
Here is the link:
As information publishers, It is very tempting to ONLY consider books or magazine articles for out products, blogs, articles, etc. Of course, I’ve been preaching for years about the power of Public Domain images for creating products, and quite honestly, every one of you should have your own Zazzle.com or CafePress.com store to sell “original” creations based on Public Domain content. Here is one of mine: Generation 7. There are a LOT of other products you can create using images and photos…but that isn’t what THIS post is about. It’s about something else…characters from the Public Domain.
I always keep a pulse on what others are doing with Public Domain content and “Moon Girl” caught my attention. It’s a new iPhone app comic being written by Tony Trov and John Zito. Here is the cool part…”Moon Girl” is a little known character from the 40’s and is the Public Domain, enabling Trov and Zito to revive her as a character. What a great idea and a perfect example of using Public Domain content in new, innovative ways. Now, thanks to an artist known as “The Rahzzah” Moon girls looks a bit different these days…but again, that’s the beauty of the Public Domain…you can do whatever you want with it! You can purchase the Moon Girl app HERE or in the iTunes App Store…AND you can read a preview HERE.
Below are examples of the “old” and “new” Moon Girl are below. You might also notice that the delivery method is QUITE different as well!
In my e-book, Easy Money Picture Project, I wrote about the importance of Public Domain characters to product creation and shared a growing list of characters known to be in the Public Domain. I created an excerpt PDF which you can download and enjoy HERE. As you would imagine, EMPP has a LOT of great strategies for using Public Domain images to create products hidden in its 200+ pages. I guess that’s why customers LOVE it!
So let me ask you…what ideas can YOU come up with based on characters from the Public Domain? Review the list and share your thoughts in the comments. Thanks!
BTW…Hollywood has figured this one out! With “Sherlock Holmes” out (a character from the Public Domain) and a new “Alice in Wonderland” coming out…not to mention, “Treasure Island” and “The Three Muskateers,” the Public Domain is proving to be a goldmine for Hollywood…why not for you as well?