The last time Dan was on the show, we talked about staying small, operating without that burning desire to scale to unruly levels. I think now, more than ever, we’re all starting to realize that growth at any cost isn’t for everyone. Small products can become big products, or small products can become many products…

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Working and learning from Sean during his time at Pagely was a real blessing for me. It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks, but Sean has a way of solving challenges through methods that would never occur to me. His approach to automating and systemizing the pre-sales process was an experience that transcends…

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If you follow on me on Twitter you may have come across my announcement of the Business 5000 idea accelerator program. In today’s episode, I’ll dive a bit deeper into my thought process around the new venture. I recently uploaded this video to YouTube as well, covering some of these points. Here’s the article I…

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It only took half a decade to get my good friend Vova Feldman on to the show, and like most things in life, it was worth the wait. As the founder of Freemius, a platform that helps WordPress software developers monetize their product, Vova has a bird’s-eye view of the changing economy in our space.…

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Jordan Gal joins the podcast today to review the 5-year journey he’s been on with CartHook. I know many of you might know him from co-hosting the Bootstrapped Web podcast with friend-of-the-show, Brian Casel. But if you’re like me, the half-decade old story of CartHook starting out as cart abandonment tool, to now a full-on…

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I have to be honest, I get a tad jealous when people say they aren’t coders, then go out to build a SaaS company as if they have been coding all their lives. My Twitter feed reminds me weekly that someone else is launching a new micro-niche product or app and — dang it —…

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