“I Don’t Have Enough Users, Thus My Product Is Not Ready” — How To Solve The Catch-22

You know the usual catch-22 of some products — not all of them though. “This social network of mine would

Uber And Facebook Are The Same But Different. Here’s Why.

Network effects. They make the tech world spin around, in the pursuit of growth. Why? Easy: because CAC is halved

Create A Product Around What You Need? It Could Be The Worst Idea

I’ve got a window in my house. It’s a special window and that makes it valuable. But in the way

Want Your SaaS To Reach 9 Digits in ARR? Do This.

Everyone SaaS is pursuing scale. Every SaaS CEO has read stories about Uber/Airbnb/some other unicorn and said “Yes, that’s what

How To Properly Grow A SaaS Company For The Long Term

Yes, a logo or visual identity update won’t do as much for your company, when you’re just starting out. I’m

The 9 “Thoughts” That Will Keep You Mentally Sane As A SaaS Founder

Mental health — the next frontier SaaS founders are looking at.  And when I say that, I don’t mean “founders starting mental

Remind Yourself When It’s About The Marathon, Not The Sprint — And Vice-Versa

I’m writing a bigger written piece which will probably be done over the next couple of days. It’s meant to

If Makeup And Bottled Water Still Exist, Your SaaS Can Be “Marketed”

Makeup is just “body paint” marketed properly. Yes, it’s not body paint. It’s “making you look more beautiful”. Or making

SaaS Products That Do This Will Stay In The Game For Longer

If your software product does one thing, it’s game set — whether it’s a SaaS, a mobile app or just

Does Your SaaS Behave This Way Or Is It Losing The Opportunity?

It’s been some time since we haven’t spoken about positioning and speech for SaaS companies. We’ve been talking about selectivity

Building Something Worth Billions

Putting two people in touch — at scale. Through software. That’s one of the ways you could build something worth

Why Is Unscalable Work The Answer For SaaS Products?

SaaS product means “scale”. MailChimp, SalesForce, Dropbox or Adobe — all huge because of their scale. The thing is: that’s