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An Income Stream You Didn’t Know – Tim Clark

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Adding Mobile Commerce as a New Income Stream

I want to create a new income stream for your business using mobile commerce. You do not have enough income streams. You are leaving money on the table with your existing customers and potential customers.

The Average millionaire has 7 income streams. Business Insider forecasts that by 2020, 45% of all e-commerce will come from Mobile Commerce.

Grant Cardone teaches us in the 10X Rule, “Never trust one flow of income”. Continue with your primary income source, and the add 2-3 additional income sources that are related to your primary income source. Continue one step further by adding a dis-similar income source, passive dividend, and interest. I suggest your business revenue should be divided across 3 sources: 1/3 web, 1/3 mobile, 1/3 in person

It has never been easier to sell through your phone. Amazon is THE leader in mobile commerce. Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows small businesses to build mobile apps using the exact same infrastructure that is used by the Amazon Shopping app.

At Nikos, we are certified to develop mobile apps using the AWS Mobile Hub technology. This allows us to quickly develop a secure and responsive mobile app for your business. 

Tim Clark is the founder of Nikos Computer Engineering and is a Certified Amazon Web Services Developer and Solutions Architect. Nikos utilizes AWS to develop software solutions for small businesses using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing. To learn more and to get started, visit http://nikosce.com or call/text 904-400-0846.

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