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Build Your SaaS – bootstrapping in 2019

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A Business, Management and Marketing podcast featuring Justin Jackson
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Can you bootstrap a profitable startup in 2019? 37signals did it in 2004, and since then thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and product people have tried to launch their own web apps. But with so many venture-backed startups now, is it still possible? Follow Jon and Justin as they build & launch their new product: Transistor.fm.

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Your backlog is making me thirsty
Justin and Jon dive into the growing backlog of features, bugs and tasks, and talk about how they might better manage it as a two-person team. A big new milestone is reached! Jon had a bit of anxiety over the growing backlog in Clubhouse New ideas …
What if there's an accident?
Now, Justin and Jon share are both focused full-time on Transistor. This week they discuss:  Emotionally processing what it's like leaving a full-time job. What was it like working at the Cards Against Humanity office? What's it like now? Contextua…
Jon's big announcement
Jon had some personal news for Justin this week. This week they discuss: What does this mean for the product? What does this mean for us as a team? ★ Thanks to our sponsors: ProfitWell gives you free subscription metrics for your SaaS. Just plug i…
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Started
Feb 17th, 2018
Latest Episode
Jul 9th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
67
Avg. Episode Length
43 minutes
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