By Adam Wulf on April 20, 2015
Since launching Loose Leaf 5 months ago, I’ve learned a lot about how to get an app in front of its target audience, and everything I’ve learned would’ve been exponentially more powerful if I’d known it pre-launch instead of post-launch. That’s exactly why I’ve written and open sourced the App Launch Guide for indie devs.
By Adam Wulf on February 22, 2015
I think of this quote almost every day:
I was trying to understand why rockets were so expensive. Obviously the lowest cost you can make anything for is the spot value of the material constituents. And that’s if you had a magic wand and could rearrange the atoms. So there’s just a question of how efficient you can be about getting the atoms from raw material state to rocket shape.
By Adam Wulf on February 2, 2015
When I launched Loose Leaf, I’d heard about how bad app discovery was in the App Store, so I’d assumed any search optimization I did for the App Store would be a wasted effort. If quality Twitter apps are outranked by unrelated apps, it seems like a crap shoot to even try, so I didn’t.