Thanks to the combination of smartphone proliferation, the app store distribution model, FB Open Graph integration and Twitter, we are seeing mobile apps reach incredible metrics very fast – particularly in daily installs and sign ups. It’s has me thinking about a number of things: FB Open Graph integration is clearly paying off for developers. … Continue reading Is 20k installs per day the new norm?
A few weeks back I wrote a post about how some of the best entrepreneurs are never satisfied. They are self-aware, intellectually honest, super responsive and they keep pushing. I’ve been thinking about early adopters a bunch lately too. Some early adopters are very much responsible for a company/products long term success. They are the … Continue reading Positive Early Adopters
Last month I wrote a post called Positive Early Adopters. At the time, I tried to clarify or illustrate the difference between positive early adopters and negative early adopters. There is nothing better than an active, passionate community of early adopters. In many ways they are more important than anything and more important than spending … Continue reading Early Adopters
My guess is that most people that read this blog consider themselves to be early adopters. Many of you have a blog of your own, use Twitter and/or Facebook, own a smart phone, love tinkering, hacking and trying new things out. There are more early adopters than ever. In fact that word “early adopters” may … Continue reading We are still in the early days