App Empire

Make Money, Have a Life, and Let Technology Work for You

Author: Chad Mureta

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118216946

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 8456

A guide to building wealth by designing, creating, and marketinga successful app across any platform Chad Mureta has made millions starting and running his ownsuccessful app business, and now he explains how you can do it,too, in this non-technical, easy-to-follow guide. App Empireprovides the confidence and the tools necessary for taking the nextstep towards financial success and freedom. The book caters to manyplatforms including iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry. This book includes real-world examples to inspire those who arelooking to cash in on the App gold rush. Learn how to set up yourbusiness so that it works while you don't, and turn a simple ideainto a passive revenue stream. Discover marketing strategies that few developers know and/oruse Learn the success formula for getting thousands of downloads aday for one App Learn the secret to why some Apps get visibility while othersdon't Get insights to help you understand the App store market App Empire delivers advice on the most essential thingsyou must do in order to achieve success with an app. Turn yoursimple app idea into cash flow today!

Die App-Ökonomie des Schenkens

Eine rechtsökonomische Analyse zur Haftung von App-Marktplätzen

Author: Nils Lölfing

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643137117

Category:

Page: 256

View: 3156

Apps sind ein boomender Wirtschaftsfaktor, obwohl sie regelmäßig unentgeltlich vertrieben und damit verschenkt werden. Diese Arbeit geht der Frage nach, ob und wie die App-Marktplätze als "Gatekeeper" und Initiatoren des Geschäftsmodells in der App-Ökonomie des Schenkens für bösartige oder unsichere Apps der Anbieter haften müssen. Dies erfolgt am Maßstab der ökonomischen Analyse des Rechts, die das Recht mittels wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Methoden so gestalten möchte, dass es die Gesamtwohlfahrt maximiert und die knappen Ressourcen optimal ausnutzt.

Christian App Empire

How to Spread the Gospel, and Make Money, Through the Lucrative World of Mobile Apps!

Author: Spencer Longmore

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781533567390

Category:

Page: 48

View: 2482

Why Christian Mobile Apps? If you're a follower of Jesus who wants to know the truth about Christian App Development, and mobile technology then look no further! With this book, you're about to discover how to reach people for Christ, as well as make money, possibly a side income or even full-time income. All through the power of releasing your apps and establishing your own mobile app empire! In fact, if you want to learn how to make money by creating your own mobile apps, and do it for a Christian audience, as well as being a part of the solution to help fill the void within a market hungry for quality content. Then this book will provide you with the answers to 5 of the most important questions, and challenges every Christian interested in creating a mobile app business faces. So, if you're serious about reaching more people, and as a result building the Kingdom of God, then you need to grab a copy of this book now! With the possibility of making a side income, and simply gaining useful, real knowledge on what it actually takes to make your own Christian based mobile apps. Then don't delay and any further, we guarantee you will finish this book, armed and ready to make a more informed decision regarding your desires to get into the business of mobile apps!

Mobile App Store Optimization

How to optimize your mobile apps to rank higher in app store rankings

Author: Upendra Rana

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 3739655968

Category: Computers

Page: 13

View: 4397

App Store Optmization or ASO is the process of improving visibility of mobile apps to rank higher in app store searches. It is similar in principle to conventional search engine optimization, and you could do a lot of simple things to improve your mobile apps rankings.

Career Building Through Creating Mobile Apps

Author: Erin Staley

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1477717277

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 8862

As more people connect online through mobile devices, apps continue to grow in popularity. There are apps for almost every need: health, news, social networking, entertainment, and more, all designed to make the user's life run more smoothly. And app developers are growing in number by the day, turning their talent into a business. This volume gives readers all the tools they need to master the world and business of app development. It is a terrific read for current app developers or anyone interested in going into the field.

Bandits in the Roman Empire

Myth and Reality

Author: Thomas Grunewald

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134337574

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 9535

This wide-ranging and informative survey of 'outsider' groups in the Roman Empire will contribute greatly to our understanding of Roman social history. Examining men such as as Viriatus, Tacfarinus, Maternus and Bulla Felix, who were called latrones after clashing with the imperial authorities, special attention is given to perhaps the best-known 'bandit' of all, Spartacus, and to those who impersonated the emperor Nero after his death. Topics covered include: * Whom did the Romans see as bandits (latrones)? * What did they understand as robbery (lactrocinium)? * How pressing was the threat that the bandits posed? * How did their contemporaries perceive the danger? We are shown that the term latrones was not just used to refer to criminals but was metaphorically and disparagingly applied to failed political rebels, rivals and avengers. The word also came to represent the 'noble brigands', idealising the underdog as a means of criticising the winning side. The author therefore presents 'the bandit' as a literary construct rather than a social type.

The Second Empire and the Press

A Study of Government-Inspired Brochures on French Foreign Policy in their Propaganda Milieu

Author: N. Isser

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401020639

Category: History

Page: 241

View: 476

Public opinion had roots in the nineteenth century with the develop ment of industrialization. What is this public? It is the mass of individuals who comprise a society or a nation; this mass in turn is divided into many groups, which have their own interests, prejudices, and beliefs. A govern ment, whether democratic or not, is well aware of the power of public opinion and is anxious to measure and shape it. All three branches of government may direct and educate public thinking, using the instru ments of propaganda. Propaganda is any idea and action designed to influence the views and actions of others. Today's means of propaganda are books, newspapers, radio, movies, television, public schools, and lastly the rostrum. Molders of opinion believe that words, sounds, and pictures accomplish little unless they are carefully organized and inte grated into a well-conceived plan. Once this is accomplished, the ideas 1 conveyed by the words will become part of the people themselves. Special techniques, such as the employment of fear and the play on prejudices, have been used quite succesfully by modern states to impose their own dogmas and policies. Because the social scientist has been aware of the study of public opinion, he may have concluded that it was a modern innovation; but governments have always been concerned with public opinion, though not always understanding it, and have attempted to influence it.

Empire Rising

A Novel

Author: Rick Campbell

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 146683580X

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 4651

After a long, secret military buildup, China launches a swift and deadly attack on Taiwan. But that's only their first move in a much deadlier game. In Rick Campbell's thrilling Empire Rising, Xiang Chenglei, Chinese president and party secretary, has both a problem and a plan. The problem is that China's limited supply of oil is threatening to derail its economic growth and prosperity. Having failed to win access to a greater supply diplomatically, he sets his backup plan in motion. And what is war, but diplomacy by other means? The U.S. Pacific Fleet is the major military force in the area, and when Taiwan is invaded, the fleet is sent in to repel the invading Chinese forces. The U.S. military expects it to be an easy operation, but after a decades-long, top-secret buildup, China has military capabilities far greater than the United States is aware of. With hidden batteries of long range missiles, advanced cyber warfare capabilities, and a submarine fleet wielding a secret weapon, China is able to overwhelm the American fleet. In fact, China all but wipes out the U.S. Pacific Fleet—leaving them free to turn to their real objective—invasion and expansion across Asia, starting with the four main islands of Japan. While the Atlantic Fleet surges westward to defend its allies and respond to the destruction of their counterparts, it falls to an unlikely alliance of three people to stop this incursion and prevent an all-but-inevitable global war. National Security Advisor Christine O'Connor has critical information, but she's trapped in Beijing; Captain Murray Wilson, commanding officer of the submarine USS Michigan must somehow infiltrate the Chinese submarine blockade; and Navy SEAL Jake Harrison must lead a strike team into the most hostile of territories with only hours to implement the most daring plan ever.

Heimat, Region, and Empire

Spatial Identities under National Socialism

Author: Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann,Maiken Umbach

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230391117

Category: History

Page: 280

View: 7722

This collection brings together international scholars pursuing cutting-edge research on spatial identities under National Socialism. They demonstrate that the spatial identities of the Third Reich can be approached as a history of interrelated dimensions; Heimat, region and Empire were constantly reconstructed through this interrelationship.

A History of the Ptolemaic Empire

Author: Günther Hölbl

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113511983X

Category: History

Page: 416

View: 8958

This compelling narrative provides the only comprehensive guide in English to the rise and decline of Ptolemaic rule in Egypt over three centuries - from the death of Alexander in 323 BC to the tragic deaths of Antony and Cleopatra in 30 BC. The skilful integration of material from a vast array of sources allows the reader to trace the political and religious development of one of the most powerful empires of the ancient eastern Mediterranean. It shows how the success of the Ptolemies was due in part to their adoption of many features of the Egyptian Pharaohs who preceded them - their deification and funding of cults and temples throughout Egypt.

The Fall of the Roman Empire

A New History of Rome and the Barbarians

Author: Peter Heather

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199741182

Category: History

Page: 608

View: 9228

The death of the Roman Empire is one of the perennial mysteries of world history. Now, in this groundbreaking book, Peter Heather proposes a stunning new solution: Centuries of imperialism turned the neighbors Rome called barbarians into an enemy capable of dismantling an Empire that had dominated their lives for so long. A leading authority on the late Roman Empire and on the barbarians, Heather relates the extraordinary story of how Europe's barbarians, transformed by centuries of contact with Rome on every possible level, eventually pulled the empire apart. He shows first how the Huns overturned the existing strategic balance of power on Rome's European frontiers, to force the Goths and others to seek refuge inside the Empire. This prompted two generations of struggle, during which new barbarian coalitions, formed in response to Roman hostility, brought the Roman west to its knees. The Goths first destroyed a Roman army at the battle of Hadrianople in 378, and went on to sack Rome in 410. The Vandals spread devastation in Gaul and Spain, before conquering North Africa, the breadbasket of the Western Empire, in 439. We then meet Attila the Hun, whose reign of terror swept from Constantinople to Paris, but whose death in 453 ironically precipitated a final desperate phase of Roman collapse, culminating in the Vandals' defeat of the massive Byzantine Armada: the west's last chance for survival. Peter Heather convincingly argues that the Roman Empire was not on the brink of social or moral collapse. What brought it to an end were the barbarians.

Race, Nation, & Empire in American History

Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition

Author: James T. Campbell

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1442994002

Category: Fiction

Page: 592

View: 5259

While public debates over America's current foreign policy often treat American empire as a new phenomenon, this lively collection of essays offers a pointed reminder that visions of national and imperial greatness were a cornerstone of the new country when it was founded. In fact, notions of empire have long framed debates over western expansion, Indian removal, African slavery, Asian immigration, and global economic dominance, and they persist today despite the proliferation of anti-imperialist rhetoric. In fifteen essays, distinguished historians examine the central role of empire in American race relations, nationalism, and foreign policy from the founding of the United States to the twenty-first century. Full of transnational connections and cross-pollinations, of people appearing in unexpected places, the essays are also stories of people being put, quite literally, in their place by the bitter struggles over the boundaries of race and nation. Collectively, these essays demonstrate that the seemingly contradictory processes of boundary crossing and boundary making are and always have been intertwined. The contributors are James T. Campbell, Ruth Feldstein, Kevin K. Gaines, Matt Garcia, Matthew Pratt Guterl, George Hutchinson, Matthew Frye Jacobson, Prema Kurien, Robert G. Lee, Eric Love, Melani McAlister, Joanne Pope Melish, Louise M. Newman, Vernon J. Williams Jr., and Natasha Zaretsky. The editors are James T. Campbell, Matthew Pratt Guterl, and Robert G. Lee.

Utah Auto Law

Author: Randall Bunnell

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 0327182741

Category: Law

Page: 708

View: 4037

Utah Auto Law is the first and only comprehensive treatise on Utah's law of auto insurance and accident liability, covering every aspect involved in the settlement of an auto personal injury claim. Not only does this treatise discuss in great and meticulous detail the core legal issues of auto accident law (e.g., insurance coverage, bad faith, damages, traffic law); it also discusses in similar detail tangential issues (e.g., negligent entrustment, subrogation, exclusive remedy) that can arise in some cases. Utah Auto Law provides for both plaintiff and defense perspectives, and is designed to serve attorneys, judges, and claims adjusters. With its detailed table of contents and concise text, this single-volume treatise is as handy as it thorough -- readers will find it indispensable in both the office and the courtroom.