57: How to Make Your App go Viral with Rameet Chawla

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Founder of Fueled and the Fueled Collective, Rameet Chawla, explains what it takes to consistently build the finest mobile apps, defines the Viral Coefficient and reveals how his need to be creative and independent lead him to leave the world of corporate finance to create a job for himself, which started by building his dream company.


In this episode you will learn:

What goes into making and developing the right MVP

The secrets to getting the best kind of user feedback, when to listen, and when not to listen

How to develop the right technological triggers needed to click with users

The right and wrong way to network and build professional relationships

The analytics tools and metrics that Ramee relies on to track the success of his apps

& much more!

  • Eric Liang

    lol What a perfect coincidence in timing. I recently launched my first ever Android app, Goal Striver, to the play store and kind of lost at how to market it as well as “what’s next” in the process.

  • Aurorah

    This is an excellent interview. I really appreciate how Rameet is still thriving and hungry to achieve the level of success that he envisions even though he has already done some very miraculous things. His humbleness is definitely to be admired!

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      Thank you @disqus_cCkJEoC09B:disqus – So glad to hear you enjoyed it! He’s an extremely humble guy 🙂

  • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

    Funny how things work hey @disqus_5hegAvasFq:disqus – Hope this episode provides you a ton of gold!

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0zaTT9RkHo Isaya Yunge

    Thanks Nathan, This has been very helpful and very insightful to me. Am in between researching and developing my mobile App, and this is PERFECT and it come out at the RIGHT TIME for me. Thank you very much, also i contacted @Fueled and they have been so much helpful while exchanging emails they introduced me to another person in South Africa to further the consultations. As we say in Swahili ASANTE SANA! THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Your a Blessed Soul and i believe that we all are glad and joyful for sharing such Blessings with the rest of the World. Asante Sana!

    • http://foundr.com/ Nathan Chan

      You’re most welcome @isayayunge:disqus, so happy to hear this came to you at such a perfect time!

  • clement effanga

    Nice one there


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