A podcast focused on great products and the people who make them
You'll recognize Mike from Startups for the Rest of Us and the MicroConf conference. He's launching a new product called Bluetick.
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★ I'm updating my most popular product: the Marketing for Developers book.
Relaunches end of August 2017. Grab a sample chapter here.
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"Charge more!" "Use content marketing!" "Start with an ebook!"
There's a lot of folklore in the startup and bootstrapping community. Do they all stand up to scrutiny?
This is my interview with long-time SaaS entrepreneur, Ian Landsman.
How do you find product ideas that resonate?
Hear how Laura knew there was demand for her project, Client Portal.
(This is my special MicroConf 2017 episode!)
When we last chatted with Adam he'd just written his first book, which did really well.
His next project is a course called Test Driven Laravel. You won't believe his launch results!
Happy holidays everyone!
Adam Wathan has always been passionate about learning new things, and sharing what he's learned with the world.
Then he discovered that he could earn an independent living doing it.
Should you start a SaaS company in 2016? Does it still make sense to run a SaaS as a solopreneur?
(Originally posted on the MegaMaker podcast)
Josh is the founder of Baremetrics. He talks about the pros and cons of running a transparent startup, dealing with scrutiny, and his life as an entrepreneur.
This is part 2 of my conversation with Nathan Barry. In the past four months, he's taken his burgeoning SaaS company (ConvertKit) from $1 million in annual recurring revenue to $2 million.
That sounds exciting, but it wasn't easy getting there. In this episode Nathan talks about the stress of being a new CEO, running out of money, not being able to get a loan, and finally figuring out a way to succeed.
The last time I talked to Nathan, his web app (ConvertKit) had just hit $5,000 in MRR. In this two part series, Nathan describes how they grew that to $182,000 in monthly recurring revenue.
Tom and Dan had one of the most successful Kickstarters of 2010 when they released the Glif. But was that enough to launch full-time careers as product makers?
Jason Zook has a different perspective on life and business. He's not afraid to try weird and crazy business ideas. In 2008 he started a business called I Wear Your Shirt. Over 5 years he earned over $1 million in revenue from wearing over 1,600 sponsored t-shirts.