How I Launched, Marketed and Sold my first bootstrapped SaaS – Indie Hackers
This is a story of how I launched, marketed, grew and sold my first micro SaaS - HeadReach. I’m sharing all the marketing frameworks and formulas that hel…
Points for sharing your journey my man! It wasn't clear how much you sold your business for though unless I missed it?
Thank you, Travis!
It wasn't a big amount (although the multiplier in SaaS as you know is very generous considering userbase, datasets, and other assets). We agreed with Leadfuze not to disclose it, though.
This is gold, bro. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, buddy :)
Wow. That was a lot -- and I am grateful for it. The insight into things didn't even realize needed to know. I love IH for posts like this the most.
Thank you for your transparency.
Macario, you're welcome!
Far from being a liability, starting with no resources can be your best competitive advantage. It forces you to be more resourceful and connect with your audience on a level that your rich competitors can't afford.
It allows you to share value-bombs that your funded competitors can't. Their stakeholders simply don't let them.
I believe that if you want to reach – you have to teach.
Wow Kalo! What a write up - good work.
Proud to have my face hidden somewhere in this post! :P
Haha, love it. Thanks, man - doing my best.
This is Amazing! So raw and honest. You did great Kaloyan. I hope your next venture really takes off. You can apply a lot of what you've learned from growing HeadReach.
Thank you, Lenny :)