In my last blog post, I outlined my income for April 2018. That report included what I earned from selling educational apps. In today’s blog post, I want to take a deeper look at that specific business model and share with you how I have been able to earn more than $100K yearly from selling educational apps. In fact, I have been earning most of my living online from selling educational apps.
But before I dive into those details, let me first introduce myself. My name is Tiffany Simpson and I am the digital product development strategist here at TiffanySimpson.com. If you have been following my blog for some time now, you are aware of my journey as a single mom raising a son with autism and how I taught myself to create computer games and mobile apps, to help him overcome challenges with his speech and social skills development. The results were amazing. Today, he is 10 years old, a programmer, gamer, animator and the creator of The Games Space.
Here is a candid video of him using Graphix to create graphic design.
If you would like to learn more about our journey, please visit my about page.
As a result of my new (mobile app development) skills, I have been able to create a very lucrative business selling educational apps. I have developed several startups around selling educational apps. These include, G.A.M.E. Prep (Global Apps for Mobile Examination Prep), Read With Me Club and the Speaking Autism program.
All these programs have been very successful and very profitable. For the first time (in history) I will give you my blueprint for earning $100K or more in a year from selling educational apps. In fact, if you read through until the end, I have a big surprise for you. Sounds good? (Insert expectant YES!). Great!
How To Earn $100K in 2018 Selling Educational Apps
If you take a look at my April 2018 income report, you will notice one of my more profitable educational app platform is G.A.M.E. Prep. I create computer games and mobile apps for standardized exams. So far, I have released games for the Belize PSE, BJAT exam and CSEC CXC exams, but I can keep adding new games under this brand as time progresses. All the games under this brand is designed to target individuals who are taking standardized exams.
In addition to being a profitable business model, G.A.M.E Prep was awarded the Acquisition International, 2018 Business Excellence Award. So here are some of the strategies I used to design this particular business.
In this blog post, I won’t go into details about how I developed the app. If you would like to learn more about creating your own mobile app, I suggest you take a deeper look at my book the Digital Cash Evolution. It is my step by step guide for creating and selling your own eBooks, software, mobile app and video training course.
Using an online tool call Ahrefs, I derive the keywords to be used in promoting the games. Note that all these games are designed around standardized exams. I target the ones that get a lot of search volume per month and have low competition in the search engines.
I then use social media, SEO (on my blog) and Google Adwords to promote my new game. I also give away a trial copy to Facebook group members within that niche. I then contacted family and friends who I know will be taking the exams and asked them to reach out to parents of students from those classes. This way, I start to cash in on all the games I have created almost immediately after launching them.
If you would like to create a $100K business selling educational apps, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know what standardized exam you would like to target and we will look and see if it is profitable. If you are well networked in that niche, I am willing to partner with you, to expand the G.A.M.E. Prep brand for that particular exam. I am excited to hear the ideas you will come up with. I am interested in working with persons who have been tutoring or teaching individuals taking any standardized exam. It does not have to be academic.
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