I know, I know. My journey is kind of very left field. Everyone else is doing like a instagram or youtube journey (I might do it later after this). So why did I choose this? Actually, I didn't at first. I made my first quiz a year ago for a friend and it kind of just sat there for half a year (I did made a couple of more quizzes here and there) while I try to dive into other niches: blogging, dropshipping. And I was scratching my brains out trying to find the perfect product to sell (having bleak results). I didn't want to be running around in circles forever, so I buckled down on something that was already doing "good" and I was like. "I'll focus on that!" BUT there was a little more thought to that: - At my core, I'm a programmer, so (mobile / web) apps will always be my thing. - Mobile apps are indeed a saturated market, but that only applies to games. The other niches are relatively tame. - Easy to reskin my apps and it gives off a brand feeling instead of just spam, spam, spam. - Having multiple apps also increases my visibility like blog posts - But unlike blogs, you can't put an adblock on mobile apps. So even with just a few hundred visitors, I can make a few bucks. And here's what I've done: I was basically busting my ass on the weekends on trying to write more content for my quizzes, but I only got trashed on the reviews for not having enough questions... So I locked the content so people can only access it when they share or rate it. Now my apps are shared more and it helped my ratings. I also wanted to capitalize on US, UK and AU viewers since they give more moola, so I integrated interstitial ads. And now I've added a little customization section to increase retention rate. It is passive now, but it's still in its infancy, only giving enough to pay for hosting. My developer account is free, but I setup a website, inquisitivesociety.com, to hopefully and eventually build a brand for it. I want to make this work, if not, there's really no point in trying the millions of other ideas. I would love any advice or critique on how to push it from growing steady to exponentially.