Episode | August 14th, 2018 | 46 mins 36 secs
Brennan is a co-founder of Right Message. In this episode, we talk about the path he's taken that led him to create Right Message and what he's learned about building and launching SaaS applications based on his experiences with his various products.
Episode | July 31st, 2018 | 49 mins 28 secs
continuous integration, saas, software development
Mathias is one of the original founders of Travis CI. In this episode, we talk about the difficulty of leaving the company he helped start, and the challenges of moving on.
Episode | July 17th, 2018 | 41 mins 52 secs
clothing, operations, saas, viral growth
Jaimee Newberry is the founder of Picture This Clothing where you can print a coloring sheet and design a one-of-a-kind ready-to-wear creation that they send to you. In this epsode we talk about making hard decisions and creating space in your life for ideas to take hold and give you time to work on them.
Episode | July 10th, 2018 | 38 mins 18 secs
b2b, b2c, saas
Steve McLeod is the founder of Feature Upvote, a SaaS tool to enable your customers to suggest and upvote improvements. In this episode, we talk about and compare his experiences running both a B2C app and B2B app and the value of having a part-time system administrator on retainer.
Episode | October 9th, 2017 | 37 mins 18 secs
bootstrapped, business, saas
Ben Curtis is the co-founder of Honeybadger, a SaaS-based exception tracking application. Honeybadger is bootstrapped and profitable with three co-founders and is a great example of a team scratching their own itch.
Episode | August 12th, 2017 | 52 mins 46 secs
business, consumer, saas
Scott Nixon is the co-founder of Meal Mentor, a subscription-based vegeterian meal planning service. Scott handles the technology side of the business and works to keep the operational side of things humming with software.
Episode | May 25th, 2017 | 54 mins 44 secs
bootstrapping, business, gowalla, saas
Josh Williams has done a little bit of everything as far as building software businesses go. He started out bootstrapping some applications which eventually led to raising money and building Gowalla.
Episode | May 18th, 2017 | 35 mins 1 sec
broker, business, saas
Thomas Smale is the founder of FE International, a professional web site broker. FE International helped me sell Sifter in 2016, and they were a fantastic partner. Having sold over 425 business, they definitely know what they're doing, and Thomas has an incredible amount of wisdom to share around buying and selling online businesses.
Episode | April 25th, 2017 | 47 mins 51 secs
business, marketing, saas
The journey Nathan has gone through with ConvertKit is amazing. From significantly missing his original goals, he continued to work and make adjustments to ConvertKit and his approach until he found the sweet spot. Since then, ConvertKit has grown incredibly fast, and Nathan's been openly sharing everything he's learned throughout the journey.
Episode | March 30th, 2017 | 32 mins 22 secs
business, marketing, saas
Courtland is earlier on in the cycle of building a business, but he's on the right track. He's gained a ton of insight from past experiences, and now he's building Indie Hackers and talking to a plethora of other small businesses about what has and hasn't worked for them.