As I’ve told you before I am working on Apps for Artists, tools that help musicians save time, make money and grow their audience. I decided recently to do this:
- Make basic templates for free (no barrier and free marketing)
- Let people pay if they want support. They pay and get a year support and a kickoff explain session.
- Or let them pay for a course if they want to learn to build tools themselves.
So if you choose the free version you get no support. If you want support you need to pay.
Then an app needs to be self explanatory.
That made me look totally different at the apps.
I looked at my apps from the perspective of a Glide novice.
And started to dumbing down the apps. Skip all the fancy stuff that can lead to mistakes and / or questions.
Of course there will always be questions, but I wanted to minimize that.
It gives you an interesting perspective: what will the novice do?
The paying customers will get the fancy stuff