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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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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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If you’ve been binge reading our content lately, you’ve probably noticed an increasing number of posts about the SaaStr Annual — our yearly show in the San Francisco Bay Area that brings...

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Lodgify, the Barcelona-based SaaS for property owners to manage vacation rentals, today announced it has secured $ 5 million in Series A funding. Existing backers Nauta Capital, Howzat Partners, and a...

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There’s been a lot of hype in the tech world around design thinking. But what is design thinking? And what can we learn from it? Better yet, how can SaaS companies use and implement it? Let’s get started!...

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If you want to beat the competition, you don’t necessarily have to be bigger or stronger. But you do have to be faster. Optimization is every SaaS company’s secret weapon. But where do you start? Fine-tuning...

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Boy I don’t know. When I started investing in ‘13-’14, there was a basic metric for U.S.-based SaaS companies: 10x ARR after $ 1m ARR if growing at Top 25% rates (e.g., > 10% MoM at $ 1m ARR,...

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This is a rough metric, but I’d say from experience working closely with 25+ SaaS companies … if you aren’t growing > 10% a month after $ 10k in MRR or so … then you don’t yet have product-market...