What I Did the Day BEFORE Launching My First SaaS App
Last week I talked about how I messed up the beta of my Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) product launch.
I Fucked Up My Beta, Here’s What I Learned
Disclaimer: I went back and forth on if I should use “Fuck” in my blog post title or something more “approriate”. However, this blog is not meant to be a ‘professional’ blog nor am I trying to generate business from this blog. I’m just wanting to connect to other founders and startups to share my experiences. So I decided, what the hell. If I offended you, I’m sorry…sort of.
Book Review: Launch – by Jeff Walker
No, I don’t plan on doing this for every book I read. But every once in awhile, a book comes along that completely changes your outlook on something.
Month in Review – My Founder Diary for September 2014
I have always been curious to see how other entrepreneurs and startup founders spend their time and what they’re working on.
Why First Time Entrepreneurs Should Bootstrap Their Startups
I prefer the definition given by BusinessDictionary.com of bootstrapping:
Building a business out of very little or virtually nothing. Bootstrappers rely usually on personal income and savings, sweat equity, lowest possible operating costs, fast inventory turnaround, and a cash-only approach to selling.
I Seem to Always Be “Two Weeks From Launch”
Seems no matter what I do, what I plan for, and what we are developing…I am always two weeks away from launching Workado. I have been thinking, and even saying, this for the better part of 3 months now.
One Week Startup: How I Went From Idea to Launch in 7 Days
Everything is mapped out. The content strategy and 30+ blogs have been written. Target guest blogs have already started to get posted. The marketing website is up. I have mapped out 125 different growth hacks (which I’ll be posting soon). I’ve seemingly planned everything I can.
What Poker Has Taught Me About Business
Before I became a startup enthusiast, I played poker. I actually played poker “professionally” for about a year. That year was filled with a lot of lessons that I’d be able to take with me. I didn’t realize so many of the lessons would relate to business at the time, but I can look back now and definitely say it helped shape my approach to startups.
My Last Business Failed, Here’s What I Learned
In the beginning of 2013 my digital marketing agency was looking to help our property management client come up with ways for them (and us) to provide more value to their residents.
How I Use oDesk to Manage Freelancers and Virtual Assistants
As I eluded to in my last blog, oDesk is my friend. I have mastered the art of outsourcing.