Category: SaaS Growth
Last decade’s big winner in terms of a system that scales infinitely and is as profitable as possible was Google.
I’ll bring up today a legend from the lore of the tech industry — if not, the most famous one.
When an industry is big, multiple startups that aim to disrupt the market can (and sometimes will, indefinitely) share the
The more you’ve already won, the easier it is to keep on doing. After you’ve built a SaaS company, you
A car is never working “properly”. Every moment, a certain part is not necessarily broken, but not in perfect condition.
I’m a huge advocate of free. My most important piece is called “The Future Of Freemium”. My most viral piece
Dropbox changed their direction (or at least their offering) a couple of months ago — they’re going more into team
You don’t need to make it as complicated as possible. Yes, sometimes problems are complicated — and they need complex
“Yes, very cool idea. But if Google/Microsoft or (insert any other big company’s name here) see that you’re doing well,
As much as I’m not personally a big fan of raising VC money for my projects, there’s been this thing
If you want to start a revolution, you will not simply go out in the public square and shout your
If you’re in the 80s or 90s and you see in movies the fact that sharks are instantly attracted to