Rants about software, automation and not sucking in business
DO LESS STUFF
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Validating your software or SaaS idea is one of the most important steps in creating a new SaaS business. Too often, entrepreneurs come up with what they think is a great product, spend months or years creating it, only to find that it doesn’t sell. This post assumes you already have some SaaS project ideas.
Loads of people are obsessed with getting more time out of their day. I’m one of them, which is why I spend so much time on process and automation in our business. Time saved through automation with tools like Zapier or Active Campaign can be used on higher level tasks that grow your business. For
There’s one thing I look forward to more than anything. It’s something to which I can attribute almost every awesome thing that’s happened in our business. Just getting out there and meeting people at conferences When we were building websites, most conferences hit ROI within a few weeks. So the ticket price, accommodation AND flights
You’ll always hear me banging on about spending money to get back time. When you see catch up with friends and ask how they have been, it’s almost a default response to say “Oh mate… SO bloody busy” Then sometimes we say back “oh that’s good!” Bullshit. Being run off your feet sucks. A couple
This is a follow on from a previous post What are Webhooks. If you don’t know what webhooks are, take a look at that post first them jump back here. In that post, we covered why you would want to process webhooks with Zapier. It’s because in practice, it’s very unlikely that the app that
Webhooks can be pretty intimidating at first. But we can break it down into easier terms – but there will still be some technical parts that I’ll explain. Please promise me you’ll push through and not just give up as soon as anything technical is mentioned. A friend of mine likes to throw her hands