SaaS

7 Productivity Apps to Try in 2020

Ah, productivity. The eternal bane of entrepreneurs, small businesses, large international conglomerates – a fickle creature, imbued with near-magical powers. The Holy Grail of success, the overthrower of self-doubt, the usher of dreamt-of days, the pinnacle of triumph. How does one capture and captivate such a being? Often with much difficulty, as is the case…

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Our 2020 TermsFeed Review

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Welcome to the most up-to-date Termsfeed review online (January 2020). The vast majority of online reviews for this service DO NOT include the essential details, and the pricing figures are inaccurate. So we decided to make our own based on our experience with the service. We’ve put the legal agreements and policy generator to the…

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The 5 Best Content Marketing Agencies for Saas

For any new Saas company, there are 101 different growth strategies that you could attempt. In fact, here we’ve listed 50 of them for you. To really establish your business as the industry go-to, and get on Google’s good side, one strategy that every new Saas startup needs is a solid Content Marketing plan. To…

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How to Nail Product Validation for your SaaS Company

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Before you launch your next product, consider these statistics: Over 70% of startups that are backed by venture capital fail Over 50% of all US startups fail within five years Most of these companies are led by very smart teams with revolutionary ideas, so what’s going on? While there are many reasons these startups may…

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Understanding the Pain Points of SaaS Customers

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As an entrepreneur in the Software as a Service (SaaS) space, you know that new product development requires a lot of time and money. It’s a risky business that is not for the faint of heart. If you develop a product that does not sell, you may end up wasting more time and money on…

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6 Lessons Learned from Weblogs Inc and Jason Calacanis

“Jason Calacanis” by drewm is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 Weblogs, Inc. was a blog network established in 2003 by Jason Calacanis and Brian Alvey. The company published content on subjects ranging from tech news and video games to cars and pop culture. Calacanis has funded more than 70 startups, including Uber. He is the…

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