Would you like to exchange that gold mine of junk in your basement for a fistful of dollars?
According to the Distimo report, it’s really hard to make money by selling Android apps.
80% of all paid applications in the Android Market have been downloaded fewer than 100 times. Distimo also reports that it’s harder to get into the top apps list in the Android Market then in the Apple App Store. Basically, it seems like Android users just don’t want to spend money on apps, so unless you hit the absolute top, selling your app is going to be a real uphill battle. In-app purchases: Give a game away  for free, but have the best goodies available for cash.
Bolster your business: Some apps help your business generate income by connecting you more directly and interactively with your customers.
It seems counter-intuitive, but by giving away your app for free, you will earn a lot more than if you sell it. 3 Mormon moms, all sisters, looking to make some extra cash created a multi-million dollar company. Huffington Post recently wrote a story about the sisters’ surprising business sucess.


After researching online, the sisters discovered that the stickers were a type of nail wrap that adhered to one’s nails after applying heat. With the help of Christy’s husband Adam and some research into materials and vinyl distributors they were able to create a product that was ready to sell. Today there are over 20,000 women around the world representing Jamberry Nails, and earlier this year Jamberry paid out 2 million dollars in commissions in one month, a record for the company.
All of this success has been a delightful surprise for the sisters who never anticipated anything more than a small side business. While being unemployed it’s a good time to streamline your outgoing expences by making adjusts to your household bills.
Apple’s App store has six different paid applications that do better than that in just two months in the United States. Lyndsey Ekstrom, Christy Hepworth, and Keri Evans all members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a combined 11 children were looking for ideas to earn some extra spending money when they stumbled upon an untapped market. All stay-at-home moms, they often thought of ways that they could work together to earn some extra spending money. The business brought the sisters families closer together and made it financially possible for all three families to travel and spend vacations together.
Jamberry employes over 50 people and seems to have a bright future and continued demand for their product.


This website is not owned by or affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes called the Mormon or LDS Church). Not only is he a great husband and a wonderful father to my kids but he’s also my #1 fan and such an amazing supporter of Coupon Geek. You don’t necessarily need a garage to hold a garage sale, but you do need to know the secrets of success. Soon, the little hobby turned side-business was morphing into an operation too large for them to handle.
I am so very thankful to have him with me every step of the way and I assure you, this site wouldn’t be here without him as he helps me keep family and blog-life balanced. Currently, all AppsGeyser apps run ads for you, and when your app gets enough uses, you get paid. The views expressed by individual users are the responsibility of those users and do not necessarily represent the position of the Church.



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