Rob Walling is a serial entrepeneur who has been teaching software entrepreneurs how to build, launch, and grow software startups for 10 years though his acclaimed book “tart Small, Start Small, Stay Small: A Developer’s Guide to Launching a Startup and the most popular startup podcast for bootstrappers, Startups for the Rest of Us.
In this interview, he explains how to create your first software product, including why it’s best to start with a tiny product, how to pick a profitable niche, how to hire and manage developers, and more.
Rob Walling is a serial entrepreneur who most recently co-founded Drip, one of the fastest-growing email marketing and automation tools.
In this interview, he shares how he built Drip from the ground up, and turned it into the 7 figure business that it is today.
Product development is hairy business. You read a lot about growth, but part of growth is developing and designing a great product, and to be honest, there doesn’t seem to be nearly as much written about this process.
In this post I will shed light on the exact process of how we manage product and development at NinjaOutreach
First impressions last, so your customer onboarding needs to be an engaging, silky smooth experience. On the other hand, if they sign up, log in… and never come back, you’ll lose them forever. The fact is many companies are losing their hard-won customers soon after they sign up.
Don’t let your business be one of them. To help we put this beginner’s guide to customer onboarding.
Images on social media are particularly effective in increasing engagement with your audience. But it can be hard to stay active across every social media platform and harder still to stay on top of the platform changes, social media trends and remember what sizes are required.
So to save time and energy we created this updated guide to social media image sizes. Just bookmark the article so you can come back to check on the sizes you need.
Not all of your website visitors are created equal. As our content library and traffic numbers at WP Curve grew, we recognized that our content strategy needed to improve if we wanted to offer a better reader experience.
We also wanted to gain a better insight into the behavior of our readers. Specifically, we were looking to find out which type of content readers who ultimately become customers are most interested in.
While social media has grown into an incredible opportunity for business owners, it has also grown more complicated. There are now more options than ever so how do you know where to direct your time and resources for optimum ROI?
We’ve cut through the BS to create the ultimate modern guide to choosing the right social media channel, no matter what kind of brand or business you lead.
Snapchat is the second most used social media network in America and provides a unique means of connecting with an audience that is responsive to clever creative marketing. For business, it’s an opportunity to provide content that people pay attention to because of its limited lifespan on a platform that combines the appointment-viewing value of sports along with the engagement of social media.
So how do you use such a platform to grow your business? We compiled this guide to show you everything you need to know.
The purpose of social media is to build trust with your community, by you-guessed-it, being social. In other words, social media lets you scale up in person conversations so you can have them with a broader community. What better way to scale up an in-person conversation than actually have a conversation – with audio.
Here are a few emerging audio-based platforms that you could consider looking at if you want to get into audio marketing.
All mobile screens and most new high end laptops and computer screens now support high resolution images referred to as “Retina” by Apple. So how do you deliver the retina version of images to people viewing it on a retina device?
Discover 4 simple steps you can take to make your site ready for retina screens.