Category: Reducing User Churn

Cold Calling Is Over. Do This Instead.

There are things to be added to the “Future of Freemium” cornerstone piece, which I will do after this is

How To “Listen To What Your Users Are Doing, Not What They’re Saying”

I was discussing with a fellow reader their team’s situation of applying for venture capital. As we were conversating back

How To Handle Objections As A SaaS Company

Being aware of your users’ objections (especially if they’re not paying users yet) goes a long way. Mind you, the

How To Write Every Day For Your SaaS Product’s Users

If “you learn something new every day” — then you can write something every day. We anyways write every day.

SaaS Companies Reducing User Churn — The Fundamental Rule

I don’t know the exact quote but it goes something like “If you want to change the world, start with

One Better Way To Grab People’s Attention On A SaaS Website

Here’s one thing to be added to the pile of articles regarding the headline on your SaaS’s website. Simply say

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How A SaaS Founder Can Get Close To A Billionaire

Who are you trying to reach and what do they need. This should be the mantra of a SaaS founder.

The Future Of Freemium: How To Get People’s Attention

This is absolutely for you if you’re selling something (product or service) and you want more users/clients. If you have

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How To Properly Scale A SaaS Product: 5 Proven Examples

“Scaleable” means you’re building your SaaS product 3, 5 or 10 times as fast as someone who’s doing the same

Why SaaS Companies Should Build Communities With Their Users

Community building. Because of the world we live in (i.e. the internet era), there’s a plethora of meanings you can

How To Plan A Highly-Converting SaaS Website For Free

“I need a new website because I’d love that clean look” or “I want a new website as we need

“Why Are People Not Paying For My SaaS Product?”

If your pricing system makes you confused, asking questions like “Why are people not ok with paying this much?” then