This is a subject I feel like I’ve failed at consistently. I think what I’ve done has been really interesting, but I’m just not a software guy. My preferred online business centers around media and physical products. Software, to me, is just a never-ending product that doesn’t fit with my lifestyle business. But still fun to try.
Will completely redesigning and restructuring our SaaS app from scratch attract more paying customers and provide a better overall user experience?
We're launching our SaaS product on June 1st, 2019 and trying to reach $15,000 of monthly recurring revenue in six months. Can we pull it off? Let's see!
Can we increase revenue on an existing small SaaS product by giving it a total makeover? Will a new name, logo, sales page, and pricing model be enough?
We're accelerating the launch a year-long SAAS product (still in development) in just 30 days. Can we narrow our scope and get something to market by then?
Is "scratching your own itch" the best way to build a successful product? I'll find out by selling my custom affiliate Wordpress plugin I've used for years.
This is what it took to build a software startup. The failures, the fights, the wins, and most importantly, the FUCKING STRESS! This is our story.