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A lot of small things. Our Model S was always uncomfortable. The Model 3 ride is a bit too firm. Getting out of the pick-up for the Model 3 was a little chaotic in the midst of the 5,000/week build-up. But...

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Probably. Just bear in mind, in almost all scenarios, clawbacks are overrated. By all means, clawback bookings that don’t convert, or deals that don’t last the expected duration, etc. It’s good best...

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I think more SaaS companies should use a fair billing policy, especially ones that sell to SMBs. The simple reason: your current ARR (revenue) is almost irrelevant in SaaS. What matters is what the ARR...

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In the end, you probably don’t want to spend too much more than 20% of the first-year customer value in marketing. You can justify spending more if you have a long customer lifetime (e.g., true enterprise...

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Welcome to Episode 183! Eoghan McCabe is the Co-Founder & CEO @ Intercom, one of the fastest growing SaaS companies of the day, providing a new and better way to acquire, engage and retain customers....

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I had to brute force it, at least the second time at EchoSign. When we launched we had a small but decent number of sign-ups, and once we had a paid product in a few months, a small number of reasonably...

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Probably not — because it’s too late. If you don’t start Freemium, it’s very very hard to add that DNA later, once you have real revenues, processes and software optimized around larger customers...

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The 2019 SaaStr Annual is going to be the very best one ever. We’ve moving to the San Jose Convention Center, which will be 350% bigger than 2018 and 2017.   More space to network, to meet, to...

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The truth is, this strategy can work. It’s just super risky. If you know a particular acquirer well, and you know you are right in the middle of a phase transition for them, and you have a unique asset...