You have an app idea, but you’re too busy to build it.
You have two choices:
1. Keep making excuses as to why there’s just no way you could find time to publish that app, and keep working for someone else.
2. Take action, building confidence with each step, as you realize it’s not as hard as you thought.
I help busy people publish mobile apps and build an income stream so they can leave their day jobs to live life on their own terms.
MobileMammoth = Successful mobile app publishing for busy people.
My name is Corey, and I have been studying and reviewing mobile apps and websites before I launched this site back in 2005. I have finally taken the plunge in launching my own apps, and I want to help others do the same by sharing my journey.
I do not consider myself an expert. I am constantly learning, and that’s what makes the mobile app world fun for me. I want to know what works, what doesn’t, and why, and then share what I learned with others.
What you’ll find here that is different is that I show you how to do this, knowing you already have a very busy schedule. Trying to understand all the ins and outs of what goes into publishing a mobile app can take what seems like forever.
That’s why it’s extremely important to focus on the important steps, outsource what makes sense, and plan out the entire process in the time you have available.
That’s where I come in.
I’ll show you where to start, what tools and techniques to use, how to find the right team members (e.g. developers, designers), best practices to follow, and what to look out for in building your profitable mobile app portfolio.
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The story of MobileMammoth started back in 2004 during a trip with my wife. Always a technologist, I picked up a book that talked about the impact that the mobile web was having in Asia, particularly in South Korea and Japan.
The book was called Mobile Disruption, by Jeffrey Funk, and it explained in detail all kinds of interesting mobile applications and business models that were hugely successful oversees (that image on the left is my copy of the book – I still have it).
At that time, websites for cell phones and PDAs were hard to find (remember the Palm Treo?). The concept of mobile apps consisted only of the clunky, hardly useful native apps that came with your device.
So, in 2005, I started a simple, one-page directory of mobile websites that looked like this.
I like to think it was somewhat useful for at least me and a few other people, and over the next two years I slowly added to it, tweaked it, and added to it some more.
As the site evolved, I spent nights and weekends working to find new mobile websites, writing simple summaries, and eventually adding coverage of mobile apps too. I’ve never wanted to take shortcuts on this site, and I’m happy to say that 100% of the content on this site is original, all of it written by me.
I would love to hear from you. Please drop me a note there or on our contact page.
My goal is that every visitor learns something new at each visit.
I hope you did.
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