Turn features into standalone products to increase revenue

Michael Ramirez grew LabelGrid to $5k/mo, largely by turning features into their own products. He says that isolating his features, turning them into standalone SaaS products, and then cross-promoting them, was by far his most effective way of growing revenue. It "allows us to pull in leads while monetizing a separate service at the same time."

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    Thank you! That's really good. That helps me think about how I can put together my own cross-promotion strategy. Nice to see facts on how it helps growth.

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    This makes total sense! Thanks for sharing

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