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03/03/22 • Daniela Gamboa
Getting started with your mobile app

Getting started with your mobile app

Nowadays, more and more people are considering creating an online company to make their dreams of entrepreneurship come true. New technologies open up the possibilities to make the most innovative or crazy ideas come true; however, there are several aspects to take into account when hiring a team to create your app. Below we will list 5 points to take into account so that you dare to take the first step:

  1. Outline your idea well

Defining the idea very well and writing a basic business plan that includes, step by step, everything you will need in the short, medium and long term, will undoubtedly contribute to your digital entrepreneurship growing and meeting the expected goals. It is important to note that the business model of an app is the way in which it is monetized, and this an important aspect to work on the first hand.

  1. Find a good team of developers

Some agencies offer robust planning of your system, have teams of programmers, interface (UI) and user experience (UX) designers and people who specialize in generating digital content.

It is important and highly recommended not to start programming directly. Ask your team what the final deliverables will be, if it is going to give you the source code or only a functional version of the application. Keep in mind that there are companies or programmers who keep the source code, even if it is not the most desirable for the customer.

  1. Marry a programmer or agency that makes apps.

For this it is necessary to look for someone who has several years of experience, as well as good reviews and who can corroborate the accumulated experience in their work portfolio.

It is important to know that when you choose a web programmer, you are hiring a technology partner who will be part of your project or company for many years to come. If both parties feel comfortable working collaboratively, that is the signal to move forward.

  1. Fireproof

It is important to know that doing a business based on a mobile application usually has the same challenges as a traditional business: once making the business idea a reality, the investment stage is concluded, but when you publish the application, a trial and error process begins to corroborate that the digital product is functional for the end user and verify if the user "understands" the app, if he feels comfortable, etc.

The litmus test is when this application is published and people are already downloading it.

  1. Marketing campaign

Consider that any digital product requires a marketing campaign to really make itself known. You can have a great business idea, a healthy investment that allows you to develop an application with a super striking design, but you will need to have enough funds to make it visible to the world. It is recommended that you consider that paying a lot of money to Google or other media will keep it visible so that you can generate money with your app.

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