Fri, 31 October 2014
Josh Pigford is the founder of Baremetrics, an analytic platform for Stripe less than 2-years ago. He needed analysis software for his own businesses and when he couldn’t find anything which wasn’t extremely complex he decided to build his own. With a bit of help from Twitter, he got his first customer on the first day, and has since bootstrapped to see almost instant success.
Why he stopped previous 2
$0 to $22k a month in 13 months
How to know when to quit a project or business?
Why Josh prefers selling software to B to-B versus B-to-C market?
How you can look at all his numbers and see how you're doing.
Why he doesn't believe in offering free trials
Why he is fully transparent about ALL his numbers and how it helps grow his business?
The downside of being fully transparent and how it hurts his business.
"Money is the only indicator of money"
- < 1-3% monthly customer churn
Josh Pigford, the founder of Baremetrics, a Stripe analytic platform has seen his business success explode. When he couldn’t find a simple Stripe analysis software, Josh decided to build his own, and one tweet later, he already had his first customer.
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