My thanks to the hundreds of you who attended the Zapable webinar yesterday! For a replay, click here. Bear in mind: the replay will be available only until midnight Sunday, at which time the offer is withdrawn and Zapable is closed again.
The webinar is run by Andrew and Chris Fox, the creators of Zapable, with me in the background.
Although not strictly required by libertarianism, I think the idea of economic independence is certainly compatible with it. If you can generate multiple income streams, you are less dependent on others, including the state, and you’re less vulnerable to the boom-bust cycle. So I’ve been interested in the many ways someone can generate additional income streams online. Zapable, which had a seven-figure launch earlier this year, is a good example.
Zapable is a “drag-and-drop” mobile app builder that even a raw beginner can use with zero previous experience. Think that’s an exaggeration? Watch the webinar, and you’ll understand why everyone loved it.
Zapable’s features include:
– Push-Button Notifications. Send a message direct to the phone of anyone who downloads an app
– Amazon Catalogs. Enter a keyword and put Amazon products in your app with your affilate link included
– Social Media. Add any Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr
– Dropbox – Add your videos, PDFs and audio files
– SoundCloud and iTunes integration
You can build apps for clients, for your own business or create apps in which you use your affiliate link for various products.
They have a private members’ forum with over 4000 users, access to full training, and even cut-and-paste templates you can use to approach businesses.
Have a look before this ship sails.
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