Andrew Torba, co-founder and CEO of Kuhcoon, tells us about how he’s been able to grow a large audience just by writing on Medium, and what it is about his content that really resonates with people. He also talks about how he uses his own product to sell…his own product.
Steve Young, host of Mobile App Chat, talks with us about leaving his cush job in the Bay Area to build his own revenue streams through iOS applications, podcast sponsors, and a membership site. He shares how he booked his first sponsor before hitting viability, and how he’s able to release 3 episodes a week in his ‘spare’ time.
In this episode we talked with Brant Cooper, author of The Lean Entrepreneur, he talks about the common misconceptions around the Lean Startup and how to use early customer interviews to discover the emotional connection that people can have with your product.
Today we talked with Yashar Ahmadpour, founder of CrowdClock. He talks about his B2B style approach to what’s really a marketplace app. He also opens up with us about what drives him as an entrepreneur and a problem solver.
Oli Gardner, co-founder of Unbounce, talks about the marketing and integrations they did in the early stages to grow their product, and about the transition that he’s making from being Creative Director of the company to more of a public speaking role.
TK, founder of ToutApp, talks about leaving his six figure job to pursue his startup dream, and how he kept trying to build the wrong product—even when the right one was staring him in the face. He also talks about the long, slow road of SaaS, and his transition from bootstrapped to funded.
We talked with Mo Plassnig, co-founder and CEO of Codeship. He talked about how their passion for education is baked into who they are as a company. He also shared how creating a “wow” factor for people in the first couple minutes of using their product has been huge in moving the needle.
We talked with Gregory Ciotti, the man behind Help Scout’s inbound marketing. He breaks down his process for producing his unique, research-backed content, and he also talks about the recent decision to pull down the email wall to all their guides, letting them live out in the open.
In this episode we talked with Mark Fidelman, Forbes columnist and founder of Raynforest. He shared some incredible tips for how to get content published and your company promoted in big publications like Forbes. They’re techniques that anyone can use. Great, actionable stuff in this interview.
Brennan Dunn, founder of PlanScope, author of Double Your Freelancing Rate and a number of other books and courses, talks with us about how he uses one list to market all of his products. Among other benefits, this leaves the door open to sell any number of future products or services. We learned A LOT.
In this episode, Adii Pienaar, founder of WooThemes and Public Beta, talked with us about launching a completely new venture from scratch and some of the controversial techniques he used when validating his idea. He also opened up with us about creating a more sustainable work/life balance and his plans for the future.
In this episode, Jeremiah Gardner, author of The Lean Brand, shares his techniques for helping companies get to the root of what they're really about (not just what they're selling). He talks about how having the right conversations in the beginning is hugely powerful when it comes to finding your product/market fit.
In this episode, Mikael Cho, founder of Ooomf talks with us about how they've used "tool marketing" (aka built a few simple, free tools) to help solve problems for their target audience and build a bridge to their main service. His unique approach has paid off big time.
In this episode, Dan Norris, founder of Informly and WP Curve, talks about how he and his partner have learned to "fail fast" and how they pay closer attention to people's behavior than verbal feedback.
In this episode, Chris Hexton, founder of Vero talks about how he was able to grow Vero over the past 18 months. He also shares his 3 simple tips for anyone who's just starting out building their list and not sure how to begin with email marketing.
Ryan shares how he and his partner, Nathan Bashaw, realased the smallest possible version of their product, Product Hunt, in less than a week. You'll also learn his strategies for getting content published on sites like PandoDaily and Fast Company.