This is a book for developers, who not only want to learn how to develop software for Alexa but also want to make money with Alexa.
Voice assistants - such as Alexa - have one of the highest adoption rates in history: more than 30 million devices have been sold. This large and growing number of devices creates a massive demand for a new type of app: the voice app or Skill. Just as in the early days of mobile, when fortunes were made with mobile apps on the app store, it is now the perfect time to catch the opportunities offered by voice apps.
Amazon Alexa, the voice platform with the broadest adoption, helps developers like you and me, to develop, distribute, market and monetize their Alexa Skills on the Amazon Alexa Store.
In this book, you learn step-by-step how to create your first Alexa Skill with the Alexa Developer Console, AWS Lambda, the Alexa CLI, and node.js with the Alexa SDK.
You get a deep-dive into the various ways of making money with Alexa. You learn about the business models for Alexa Skills, marketing and monetizing your Alexa Skill on and off the Alexa Store, opportunities for offering in-skill purchases, and about programming the various purchase and payment flows.
The book covers many advanced features of Alexa in plain English, such as account linking, audio streaming, session management and much more. You learn how to personalize your Skill with the user's data and linking the Skill to popular cloud apps, such as Spotify, Google and many more. This will help you create unique apps that stand out on the market and improve the lives of many Alexa users.
My personal 30-day money-back guarantee: I only have satisfied customers and plan to keep it that way. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can get your money back within the first 30-days after purchase.
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Title: Making Money with Alexa Skills – A Developer’s Guide
Author: Matthias Biehl
Length: 225 pages
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