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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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How To Hack Your Start Up Growth By Buying A Business

As a business owner, I bet you would do anything to get past those initial growth years and into a solid groove, right? Just picture the feeling of sa...

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Bootstrapping vs. Funding: Which is better for your company?

The question asked by most founders when it comes to funding a startup is… Should I bootstrap it? Or fund it with a venture capital company? This is...

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Build vs. Buy: 5 questions to ask before deciding on custom software development

To build or not to build? That is the question (that most startups face at some point in early stages). Software is vital to the growth and sustainabi...

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How to achieve overnight success in your business

Every day we are bombarded with endless success stories about the latest unicorn startup. From the outside looking in, it’s easy to assume they got ...

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How to create a marketing budget for your startup

One of the biggest challenges that startup companies face is the marketing process: how to market, where to market, and what to spend are puzzles that...

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SaaS Business Ideas

If you’re contemplating starting a business, there’s a good chance you’ve considered starting it in the SaaS space. As consumers, we’re famili...

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Setting Up Social Media

Social Media can be one of the best ways to grow your business, but also a great way to waste a lot of time with little reward. We're going to show yo...

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Getting your legal ducks in a row

Lawyers. Wait, don’t stop reading yet! The legal stuff seems opaque and boring, but it’s make or break for your company. Avoiding legal troubl...

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Office Space

You’ve got the product, the pricing, and the customers. Now it’s time to hang the proverbial shingle and get some office space right?! Well, maybe...

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Getting your first customers

So, you've got a product that you're ready to charge people money for. Awesome! But how do you actually get people to start paying you money?...

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How to validate your idea

What's the best way to validate your idea? Build it quickly and see if people are willing to pay for it....

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How to price your SaaS

Figuring out how much to charge folks to use your product is tricky. It's kind of a dark art in a sense… you have to ask yourself how much you would...

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