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One of the biggest differences I made to the growth of my app business was teaching myself the basics of xCode, teaching myself the iPhone app submission process on how to upload an app to Apple, how to set up gamecenter and how to intergrate Revmob and Chartboost into my apps. Once you sign up to the Apple developer program, being able to create an application with reskinning, build, update, publish and add ads to my apps saved me a lot of money and time, in comparison to paying iPhone developers to these small jobs for me. It’s actually much faster as well.

Revmob and Chartboost are among the highest paying ad networks you can add to your apps. I’ve found them much better (higher eCPMs) than other alternatives like iAds, Ad mob, etc and use them in my own apps. Here’s a quick overview of what I do.

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Elaine Heney is an online entrepreneur, triple #1 best selling author and international keynote speaker. Elaine is an Amazon FBA ecommerce advisor, investor, Hollywood movie producer, online business consultant and CEO of Chocolate Lab Cashflow. Elaine has also published over 300 mobile apps across Amazon, Apple & Google, and enjoyed over 20 million app downloads and over 50 #1 apps worldwide.

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  • Mitchell August 19, 2014, 3:14 am

    Hey Eliane Love your website
    very inspirational
    Wanted to know if this video or anything related to learning xcode is still available? Really want to learn this!

    Thank you

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