Guides on automating and scaling your marketing activities
Bannerbear was DDoSd but we survived - here's how the day went and how we ultimately mitigated the attack
Almost from the beginning I have employed a 50:50 split between coding and marketing for my SaaS product Bannerbear. Here's why I think it works.
There are many different ways to grow a company. Here's why I chose to self-fund my business, also known as bootstrapping.
Here are some of the things I messed up on the technical side while growing my SaaS company.
Many entrepreneurs find marketing difficult, and I'm definitely one of them 🥴. I'm a technical founder so I naturally prefer to spend my time building features, and I've certainly done a lot of that in the past year. But in this post I want to share...
I often get asked "what are you using for your marketing site?". So I thought I'd take the time to write about the tools and workflows I use to run this site.
One of the most frustrating experiences as an early stage solo technical founder is knowing you have the ability to build software, but not having an idea of what software to build. Well, here's 1001 ideas for you.
Bannerbear has around 40 paying customers now and I have noticed that whenever I post anything on Twitter or startup communities about achieving a milestone, many of the responses are early stage entrepreneurs asking how I did it. Here's how.
Today I increased pricing plans across Votemojo and Previewmojo. All plans now start at $49 a month. Here's why charging $9 a month for your indie SaaS product is a really silly idea.
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