Appportunity – APP Business For Apple And Android!

Apportunity – App Business for Apple and Android

“How To Start A Business With No Programming Knowledge Whatsoever – Earn Daily Income From Millions Of App Users Worldwide.”

Dear Friend,

Your timing is excellent.

Firstly, it’s the best time to start your app business because while others are still focused on internet marketing, you’re one step ahead of the game. And weirdly enough, it’s much easier to make money with apps than internet marketing, especially for newbies.

Secondly, the premier APPportunity Coaching Program is now open for limited sign ups today. Take the next 10 minutes to read this letter so that you can be part of this “recent” opportunity – there is so much money to be made with apps.

The fact is, app opportunity is now here, and it’s not stopping.

Mobile app is not just the FUTURE, it’s the PRESENT.

According to Cisco…

“Profit Windfall. The Big Payday Where You Can Retire If And When You Want!”

Although there are a few internet marketers who have successfully reached this stage, the truth is, almost none of them will ever reach it here.

Instagram was sold for ONE BILLION DOLLARS. Draw Something app was sold for an amazing $180 million dollars.

That’s what I refer to as, massive profit windfalls. Now, I’m not trying to BS you that you’re going to make $100 million or become an app millionaire tomorrow or maybe not ever. But the fact is, this option is available today simply because companies are buying app businesses like buying hot cakes.

Whether you’re selling it off for a million or just a few hundreds of thousands of dollars, that’s pretty darn sweet.

But for the conventional internet marketing, I doubt there is any exit strategy for it. App business is a MAINSTREAM business.

Of course you know by now that iPhones are literally everywhere. The market is huge.

And you know what – I haven’t even mentioned Google Android yet. This opens up the gates to an insane number of users. Android captures more than 70% of today’s mobile market share, whereas Apple is at about 15%. The rest are using other platforms.