Displaying episodes 61 - 90 of 129 in total
Justin visits Spotify, Chartable, and many others. Jon found an office!
We want to improve the app, but we're stuck fixing bugs!
Jon had a bit of anxiety about a growing backlog of new features and ideas.
Also: tips for working on your own.
Jon makes an overdue announcement about the future of Transistor.
Bootstrapping, starting a software company, getting traction, finding cofounders?
How we're going to use investment to fuel Transistor's growth
Also: we were wrong about our target market.
Transistor's launch has felt different than other products we've been involved with
How do you prioritize with limited resources?
Software engineer? Marketing? Product person?
Should we aggressively go after the market?
Would you take $5 million?
We visit Oregon to answer some big questions about our business.
Ben Orenstein, Jordan Gal, Patrick Campbell, and I discuss SaaS pricing
How Taylor earns a living from a free, open-source PHP framework called Laravel
I phoned up Spencer Fry, founder of Podia
When should you take a salary from your startup?
What happens when your app breaks on a Sunday
Also: have you signed up for your app with your own credit card?
Startup Kung-Fu, enterprise customers, status page, podcasting docs
Jon ran into a famous podcasting man
And, our accountant might be a socialist ;)
Justin is worried about bandwidth costs and Jon is worried about getting hit by a bus.
The CEO of Chartable calls up Justin to talk about bootstrapping and podcasting
It's a struggle when you're bootstrapping, but you're not yet full-time. Also: Spotify buying Gimlet for $200 million?
Want more paying subscribers? More Twitter followers? More podcast listeners?
Are your SaaS competitors keeping you up at night?
Looking for ideas on how to promote your software product?
Why we're not drinking booze this year, and some new year's predictions for tech, podcasting, and startups