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Hi all, Firstly I just want to say I’m inspired by loads of the entrepreneurs on here, it’s what has made me seriously think about striking it out of corporate world.

I have no experience developing any SaaS, I am 31/M from the UK. I have been in Telco working for two of the big across B2C/B2B and Wholesale. And I really feel I have found a gap in the market.

I have no idea where to start but I’d appreciate if someone who may be familiar with telco architecture and building SaaS products can provide some advice on how to start and some direction.

The most simple way is that I want to build something similar to plan.com, but better and how tough that sort of proposition is to build. Let me know if you’re willing to offer free no obligation advice :) If not thank you for reading,

PD

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For a new company, is it better to join something like Clickbank (or what's a more suited network for a SaaS?) or set up our own program? How do you go about finding marketers to join your program?

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What's the best way to capitalize on a list of emails of people that were once interested in my client's SaaS?

They never subscribed to the website, so do I just import them into Mailchimp (or something better?) and reach out again with a couple of promotional messages? Even if it's been over a year since they tried the service?

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Hello Reddit,

Recently I've built an app for small business to send project updates to their customers. The application is now with all the core features that my beta users asked for. Now I'm planning to go out of beta to get my initial set of customers and I would like to understand from all your experiences on what to focus on when you kick start a marketing campaign for a Saas Product.

Here are some in my list, please let me know if I'm in the right direction.

  1. Product Hunt Launch
  2. Posting about the product in quora
  3. Running Google & Social Ads.
  4. Talking at events.
  5. Giving our promotional coupons for leads.
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Looking for apps who regularly do humorous, personality-filled release notes. The kind you actually want to read. Slack's are really good, I was wondering if you had any favourites?

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I run a SaaS that is growing pretty steadily, and right now we do not require a credit card upfront for our 7-day free trial.

I was talking with another SaaS founder recently, and he said that switching to CC required upfront improved their conversion rate and MRR dramatically.

I plan on testing this out, but I was hoping to hear some more thoughts on this from those who have tested both before.

Which was better for your conversion rate and MRR?

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A growing business needs a CRM that can grow with it. One which allows extra bolt-on services to be added on an ad hoc basis, or simply up the features offered should you get to a point where the higher price point is necessary. The actions listed in the following overview help you make the right decision when choosing a CRM solution for your business: How to choose the best CRM for your business

  1. Identify current business needs - estimate the three essential CRM software features that any team needs (contact management, pipeline management, reporting and analytics)
  2. Be specific about your goals
  3. Involve your sales team in the business processes
  4. Read the reviews (Capterra, G2Crowd etc.)
  5. Contact the vendor
  6. Solve for now, but have the future in mind
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Offer a free trial / demo of your product for a limited time and then 3 packages to choose from

vs

A free package where user can run 1 project only

For example - https://frontapp.com/pricing has no free package. When is that the better option?

Compared to something like this - https://www.notion.so/pricing

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We have built up some capability to unlock pdf's files for an internal use case. I'm trying to see if this solution has some potential outside clients. We can manage around 100 million combinations in less than 60 seconds.

Any legitimate use cases for this?

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