Announcing Augmentation Learn More

Starting a Business

Why some developers become successful founders and others don’t

What’s the most common denominator amongst dev shop founders and freelance developers alike? They’re hoping that one day, they’ll launch a succe...

Filed in: Starting a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

New MRR

New MRR is monthly recurring revenue that comes from new customers. Example If you started a month with 10 customers, and at the end of the month you&...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Expansion MRR

Expansion MRR (Expansion Monthly Recurring Revenue) is a metric used to measure the amount of additional revenue coming from existing customers. Addit...

Filed in: Continue Reading

Running a Business

SaaS founders need to know these tax rules

Do you have a remote team? Affiliate sales or marketing partners? Are you using PPC (pay-per-click) ads that direct users to make purchases? Then you&...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Running a Business

ConvertKit: How to go from freelance to founder of a $10M company

Many freelancers dream of making the switch from service provider to product founder. The stability of passive income is never more top-of-mind than w...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue (CMRR)

Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue (CMRR) is a prediction metric that combines recognized, monthly recurring revenue (MRR) with new bookings, churn, ...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Starting a Business

Business formation 101 for SaaS companies

Business entities aren’t one-size-fits-all. But, several options benefit and protect SaaS founders and their companies. Whether you need to make Ven...

Filed in: Starting a Business Continue Reading

Marketing Success

Top 5 inexpensive, specific ways for startups to get new customers

You’re a startup strapped for cash. You know that upselling and retention are cheaper than acquiring new business – BUT – there’s no o...

Filed in: Marketing Success Continue Reading

Running a Business

How to validate your business idea without going broke

The best business ideas solve problems. If you can solve a big enough problem, you can bet people will give you money. So, instead of building out a p...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Running a Business

How founders can research, write, and edit a quality blog post in 1 hour

We all need traffic. Targeted traffic to our websites that’ll convert. SEO, PPC ads, organic social media posts, blogs, email newsletters, a cul...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Marketing Success

Start using web push notifications to improve click-through rates by 20%

“Web notifications are the new email marketing. My click-through rates are insane…over 20%. I wish someone told me about this earlier.R...

Filed in: Marketing Success Continue Reading

Running a Business

How to use playtime to double your productivity

Can you imagine? In a world where Dave and Buster’s exists, human beings don’t have enough playtime. But seriously, we don’t, particularly w...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

Pay Per Click (PPC)

With nearly seven billion online searches every single day, marketers have to go above and beyond just to stand out from the competition. With roughly...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Running a Business

Separating work and personal life: 4 tactics you need to know

What’s most important in your life? Is it waking up and going to a job you love and being productive? Is it coming home and feeling cozy around ...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Not all products and ideas are destined for business success, no matter how compelling they may seem to you. So what can you do to weed out ideas that...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Starting a Business

Is Remote-only right for your business?

Baremetrics is a remote-only company, meaning we are a geographically dispersed team that communicates virutaly. We don’t have a main office or head...

Filed in: Starting a Business Continue Reading

Starting a Business

12 business ideas that require little or no startup capital

So you want to be your own boss? Start a successful business? But you worry about the risk and potential hardship that comes with funding your busines...

Filed in: Starting a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

Lifetime Value (LTV)

Lifetime Value is the predicted amount a customer will spend on your product or service throughout the entire relationship, hence – “lifet...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Glossary

Marketing Automation

No matter how big or how small, almost every marketing team needs some automation to help them out. Imagine having a robot on the marketing team that ...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Glossary

Outbound Marketing

Outbound Marketing is the effort to reach your customers by spreading word about your product or service through traditional methods like tv ads, radi...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Glossary

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)

Do you know whether all that traffic to your site or app will turn into revenue? If you have struggled with this question, then conversion rate optimi...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Running a Business

What startups should know about monthly active users

Whether you are looking for investment from VCs or taking stock of the health of your start-up or app there are certain numbers you should keep your e...

Filed in: Running a Business Continue Reading

Glossary

CEO

Let’s start with the acronym: a CEO is the Chief Executive Officer of a company. While it may sound a bit on the vague side, the CEO is generally th...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Glossary

SaaS revenue recognition

We’ll spare you the thrilling explanation of revenue recognition that you’ll find in the Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) – t...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading

Glossary

Cohort

A cohort is a group of users defined by a common and specific characteristic. Cohorts help us measure cause and effect relationships for a defined gro...

Filed in: Glossary Continue Reading
Page 1