Your search for 08/2018 returned 28 results.
Brigit loves her sock. She carries it everywhere. 💕
The Catch-22 of trying to build a bootstrapped business on low-priced products is that: 1) you have to sell a *lot* of units to make enough to live on; and 2) because per unit profit is so low, you can’t afford to do the marketing and advertising needed to sell to a mass market.
You probably can’t save your business by adding “just one more feature.” If you’re agonizing over a price point of $2.99 vs. $3.99, you probably need to reconsider your market, not your feature set.
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned in my journey as an entrepreneur comes courtesy of Rob Walling. He wrote that when it comes to the success of a business, “market comes first, marketing second, aesthetic third, and functionality a distant fourth.”
Dinner at The Channel Marker. (I’m a sucker for novelty chairs.) (Oakwood Park, IN)
Netflix is testing ways to bypass App Store subscriptions to save money. A similar strategy of “sign up with in-app purchase, renew directly with us” could save indie devs a lot of money, but it wouldn’t make it past review. https://techcrunch.com/2018/08/21/netflix-itunes-2/
Hopefully one day @manton will create a way to crosspost from Micro.Blog to Mastodon. Micro.Blog is already the best way to crosspost from WordPress to Twitter. (And I’ve tried them all!) I’d love to see it become the best way to post to other platforms too.