We conclude our interview with Tim Branyan with a discussion to answer the question, why build a mobile application? There are options to leave your solution web-only, make it mobile-friendly, or build a native mobile application. Tim goes into some pros and cons and how they influenced his approach to building the TrueFanz solution and its growth.
Why Build A Mobile Application?
The question is more about how rather than why build a mobile application. There are simply too many mobile devices and users that want to use your application. While mobile-first is not uncommon, it is also expensive and risky. Even more so for a full-featured solution such as TrueFanz. Tim provides us with a logical approach to your end goals that can help limit costs and risks.
Tim is a tech industry leader and entrepreneur who has been at the forefront of successful projects since 2010. After starting his career in the United States Air Force, he pursued his passion for software development and launched his first project with just $6,241.56 and no formal education. Since then, he has launched hundreds of apps, developed hundreds of platforms, and supported other multi-million-dollar projects, scaling to millions of users and millions of dollars in revenue across his companies.
Tim is a wealth of knowledge on a wide range of topics, including how to bring an app or software to life from scratch, how to hire and scale a virtual sales team, how to create cost-effective client acquisition strategies, how to develop systems and funnels that sell, how to lead a diverse group of individuals, how to set up email automation campaigns, how to run ads that convert, how to empower affiliate campaigns, how to establish simple customer support systems, and how to monetize your influence and creativity.
In addition to his extensive expertise, Tim is also a gifted teacher who is dedicated to helping others achieve their own definition of success and prosperity. He recently started sharing his knowledge with others and helping them build toward their ideal of “freedom and wealth.”
Tim doesn’t have anything to sell… he believes it’s his responsibility to give away the information he’s acquired in hopes of helping others find their own unique definition of success and prosperity.