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How to increase your YouTube earnings

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YouTube is one of the most popular ways for people to earn money “from home”. There are people working full time creating, editting and publishing videos on the Google’s video platform. And the way people make money is by placing pre-roll video ads on those videos (Google does it for them). The more people watch their videos, the more money they make. The KPI used is the CPM, which at the end means the amount of money they make per every one thousand video views.

Increasing the CPM is not easy, since that’s not something the YouTuber can’t control. And increasing the number of views might be difficult to achieve beyond a certain level. So the question is: Is there a way for a YouTuber to increase the average revenue per view? In fact, there is! Keep reading to learn more…

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how trends in the mobile market change

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How big is the mobile market? It’s huge! If you are still not sure whether you should enter the mobile world take a look at this infographic, made by Crittercism, to see where it’s going.

First of all, consider those few facts:

  • Nearly 70% of amazon.com customers shopped using a mobile device
  • 60% of holiday traffic on ttargeted.com was made on mobile devices
  • In a single day (11.11) 74% of sales on Alibaba were made from mobile devices

This data shows that your mobile absence may cost you half of your business.

But that was for last year, so is it going to be like that in next few years?

Well, data about generation Y shows that mobile is only going to be bigger!

Generation Y (a.k.a. Millennials) are people born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. This is the generation that follows Generation X – baby boomers. In a few years, they are going to have the biggest purchasing power, so let’s take a look at how they use mobile devices.

Data shows that 68% of Millennials shop or research on their mobile devices, compared with 59% of baby boomers. Also, at least 20% of them shop more on mobile than in any other way, which is real shopping or shopping on a PC.

But there is more, Millennials are so focused on mobile that they are likely to recommend a nice app if they were satisfied with how it works. Nearly 70% of them would recommend it to a friend, compared with only 57% of people from Generation X.

If you want more information, check out the infographic below. And keep in mind, mobile is only going to grow!

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How to double profits from advertising

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Earning on mobile applications can be fun – on one condition: using the proper advertising network!

You can find hundreds of ad providers from around the world on the internet. Some companies offer a huge number of customers, others surprising ad formats and some tempting price tags.

The price tag, what is it? It is CPM. CPM – Stands for Cost Per Thousand – where M refers to a symbol 1000 of a Roman numeral. For example, if the CPM is $2 it means that an advertiser will pay $2 for every 1,000 ad impressions your application or website receives.

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Wiki on Map: Built with Mobincube, OpenStreetMaps, Wikipedia and Moback

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Just 2 months ago we launched a brand new feature in Mobincube that allows you to add your own functionalities using HTML/JavaScript in local mode. Basically you can add your own HTML modules into your app and let them communicate with other parts the same app. For example, from your own module, you can invoke actions to access some other screens of your app, get some values from the device (location, os version, language, etc.), etc.

This new feature is great for developing advanced apps, like games, animations, user interaction, calculators, advanced forms, etc. But you don’t necessarilly need to display stuff, you can just use HTML modules to add points of decissions in your app, like open one menu or another depending on the language that the user has set in his device.

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11 tips to get your app through Apple App Store Review easily

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11 tips to get your app through Apple App Store Review easily

Publishing on iOS is both challenging and rewarding. Even though App Store Review Guidelines are strict and demanding, many developers still want to publish on Apple devices. It is not surprising, particularly because the average iOS app makes 5 times more, per download, than an Android app.

To make things easy and smooth for you, we have gathered together all of our experience and created this 11 step guide. Below you have 11 tips, best practices, and common mistakes that we noticed after publishing thousands of apps in the Apple App Store.

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How to drastically boost your downloads – Ultimate ASO Guide

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How to dramatically boost your downloads – Ultimate ASO Guide

“Second page of Google, doesn’t exist” SEO people say, and I guess most of us can back that up with personal experience. In the App Market, search works the same. What doesn’t appear within first few results will be quickly forgotten. The good news though, is that you can change your ranking by using ASO techniques. What’s even better news is that 50% of developers don’t do this at all. So take this Ultimate ASO (which stands for App Search Optimization) Guide, and boost your downloads within minutes!

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Interview with Jomi López (username: jomibelop)

We’ve told you plenty of times that it is possible to earn money and make a life with Mobincube from home. Of course, that requires some effort from your side: be persistent creating more and more apps, tell the world about your apps, etc.

The best way for us to proof that is letting you get closer to some of our most successful users. Today we are going to analyze the Mobincube experience of one of them: jomibelop (Jomi López).

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He had great ideas and turned them into a collection of 10 apps: How to draw SpongeBob, How to draw Pokémon, etc. Each one of them was making more than 500 daily downloads. But he didn’t realize that he was infringing some property rights, so after two months of success, their apps were removed from GooglePlay. But instead of surrendering, he kept looking for new ideas and we came back even stronger.

Today we have interviewed him, so that you can learn a bit about this top user. Here’s what he told us:

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