Birdflow has now surpassed $150 in MRR with over 150 signups. I've gotten feedback to do an Instagram version, and some other ideas for Twitter automations, like following people who follow competitor accounts. Next on my list is to automatically post images of your tweets to your Instagram Business accounts and Facebook pages. I plan to do the PH launch after this next release.
Birdflow has now gone from concept to payment in 4 weeks, and it's the fastest time from nothing to revenue for any project I have ever built. There are now over 100 signups since the unofficial launch, and it's been mentioned on 2 podcasts. My focus now is on search ads and the conversion funnel.
It didn't take long to get the first 2 upgrades. In order to use Birdflow on your own Twitter account, you must add a credit card to initiate a 7-day trial. The biggest reason for doing this is Twitter charges for their API on a per-account basis. I think the conversion from trial to paid should be high though, since it is very clear what the user gets before they add their card. They can see a live demo on the Birdflow Twitter account, and experiment with setting one up before the trial begins.
Birdflow was featured on episode #201 of Hubspot's My First Million podcast. For anyone curious as to how I got on there, I DM'd one of the hosts and offered to let him use Birdflow for free on his own Twitter account. Since he's active on Twitter, I thought it would be useful to him, and a good test account for me, since he's close to 100,000 followers. Skip to 32:00 to hear the 5-minute segment.
Birdflow has been hatched. It's a simple no-code micro-SaaS tool that helps you engage with your following on Twitter with "if this, then that" automations.
With Birdflow, you create automated workflows (Birdflows) that help promote your brand and grow your following.
You can see a live demo on the Twitter account.
Make the most of Twitter with automated workflows that promote your brand and grow your following.