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To Really Scale, You Need $1M on Your Balance Sheet for Every $2M in ARR


“My CEO Told Me To Stop Selling So Much” Recently, I met with a sales leader I’ve known for years, and he told me The Most Curious Story. His SaaS CEO asked him to stop selling so much. Slow down. You are doing too good of a job, the CEO said. We can’t afford it.

Best Call Recording Software

The Daily Egg

Need to record phone calls for business purposes? Call recording software is the solution. But call recording software comes in all different shapes and sizes. From smartphone apps to all-in-one contact centers, there are dozens of options to choose from.


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Best Electronic Signature Software

The Daily Egg

Gone are the days of signing documents with a pen on paper. No more printing, scanning, faxing, or mailing physical paperwork for signatures, either. Electronic signature software has changed the way businesses operate.

How to Strengthen Your Company Through Sales-Marketing Alignment

Predictable Revenue

Marketing and sales teams may work for the same company, but they behave like enemies way too frequently. Learn how to prevent that! The post How to Strengthen Your Company Through Sales-Marketing Alignment appeared first on Predictable Revenue.

"I Love Filling Out 12-Page Applications and Waiting Weeks For a Response,” Said No Merchant Ever

Learn how becoming a payment facilitator can improve a merchant’s experience and your revenue.

Investing in Clubhouse

Andreessen Horowitz

When I first met Paul Davison, it took about 10 seconds to realize he was one of the most charismatic, energetic founders I’d met in a long time. He told me about a new startup he was building—a mobile-first social … The post Investing in Clubhouse appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz.

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Why Lead Velocity Rate (LVR) Is The Most Important Metric in SaaS


One thing that is great in SaaS, from a 20,000 foot perspective at least, is You Can See The Future. It’s the benefit of a recurring revenue stream in a B2B model.

Actions Sales Leaders Need to Take in a Recession

Predictable Revenue

There are a few key challenges that sales leaders face during a bad economy that they may not be thinking about already, and Steve Benson is here to talk about them. The post Actions Sales Leaders Need to Take in a Recession appeared first on Predictable Revenue.

Fintech taps influencers; Walmart and Google ramp up financial services; Simple shutters, and more

Andreessen Horowitz

This first appeared in the monthly a16z fintech newsletter. Subscribe to stay on top of the latest fintech news. . Fintech cozies up to the creator economy.

The Last SaaS Churn Guide You’ll Ever Need to Read

Chart Mogul

Read it. Bookmark it. Save it. In this blog post, we have collected everything you need to know about churn — along with links to the best resources on the internet. You’ll never need to visit another site to learn about churn. Have you ever wanted to ruin a SaaS party?

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How to Measure DevSecOps Progress and Ensure Success

Speaker: Shannon Lietz, Director of DevSecOps Team, Intuit

You've finally done it: You've won over C-Suite and your DevSecOps team is up and running. But how do you monitor your new program? Join Shannon Lietz, Leader and Director of DevsecOps at Intuit, and learn to lead your DevSecOps team to the top.

Gartner: SaaS Will Be Even Bigger Than We Thought in 2022+


Early in my career, I was a bit skeptical of big analyst firms like Gartner. Was it all sort of some sort of game in enterprise software? But like many things, time goes on and I learned. Yes, sometimes a vendor recommendation from Gartner can seem a bit circular.

Best Factoring Companies

The Daily Egg

Does your business need cash? Invoice factoring might be the solution. Many organizations are busy with work but still have cash flow problems. This is especially true for businesses that complete jobs on credit and have a slow receivables process.

How to Get the Most Out of LinkedIn Sales Navigator in 2021

Sales Hacker

LinkedIn has been around for less than two decades, but it’s already changed the way we sell. Social media has created new channels for sales reps to conduct research on prospective customers, connect with leads, and build relationships.

20 Secrets to Boost Your Facebook Organic Reach

Neil Patel

Facebook organic reach is down. Way down. In the past, posting a link on your Facebook or Instagram page could drive hundreds of clicks. Not any more. Social media referrals have stagnated around 5 percent of all traffic for years.

The Complete Guide to SaaS Revenue Modeling

In today’s climate, it’s more important than ever for SaaS companies to build rock-solid financial models on which they can operate and make key business decisions. The teams at SaaSOptics and Burkland have teamed up to create a comprehensive guide to the most difficult aspect of financial modeling: revenue forecasting.

The Top 10 EBITDA Adjustments to Make Before Selling a Business


Investment bankers conduct a comprehensive review of historical numbers to show a company in the best financial position possible when it's up for sale. Learn the most common adjustments to EBITDA so you can look for them yourself

5 Interesting Learnings from Cloudflare at $500,000,000 in ARR


Cloudflare is one of those iconic Cloud companies most of us use, and know about as a product and vendor … but perhaps we don’t think as much about as a public company. And quite an epic one it is, at ~$500m in ARR and a $25B+ market cap!!

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Best Medical Practice Management Software

The Daily Egg

Are you looking to improve your medical practice’s productivity, accounting, and patient management processes, but you don’t know how?

What It’s Really Like to Build a Sales Team at a Unicorn Company

Sales Hacker

You get the job at your dream company — a unicorn with valuation over $1B. The pressure of building a successful team – and building it fast – starts to sink in. The post What It’s Really Like to Build a Sales Team at a Unicorn Company appeared first on Sales Hacker.

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Are Your Embedded Analytics DevOps-Friendly?

Does your analytics solution work with your current tech stack and DevOps practices? If not, any update to the analytics could increase deployment complexity and become difficult to maintain. Learn the 5 elements of a DevOps-friendly embedded analytics solution.

How to Get Blog Post Ideas From YouTube

Neil Patel

About two-thirds of companies find it tough to produce engaging content. If you’re one of them, there’s a good chance your problems stem from the ideation phase. In other words, you’re struggling to come up with enough engaging blog post ideas.

Bio Eats World: The Genetics of Risk

Andreessen Horowitz

Genetic testing is on the cusp of a major revolution, which has the potential to shift not just how we understand our risk for disease, but how … The post Bio Eats World: The Genetics of Risk appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz. bio big data genomics healthcare

5 Interesting Learnings from Datadog at $700,000,000+ ARR


$30B+ Datadog became the great darling of developers and devops years ago, and never stopped pushing on the accelerator. It’s expanded its product portfolio to build an incredible observabillity engine approaching $1B ARR.

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Best Dispatch Software

The Daily Egg

Dispatch management is often an unviable role, where dispatchers act as the bridge between field service and customer experience. Even the most organized dispatch managers struggle with handling continually evolving asset and technician scheduling, along with ever-changing customer needs.

The Five-Finger Approach to Onboarding

As a group who provides the software tools necessary to manage the contracts to cash process, Aysling onboards users and projects daily, and has learned some important tips if you want to be successful when onboarding new clients and/or projects.

Recap Emails: Better Follow-Up for More Wins

Sales Hacker

You’ve just had a great discovery call with a qualified prospect. You’ve both agreed to meet next week for a demo, and your champion has agreed to invite the economic buyer to the call.

Why You Should Depersonalize Your Marketing in 2021

Neil Patel

Marketers have been thinking about, arguing over, and implementing personalization tactics for the last few years. So why in the world would I promote depersonalized marketing? If you’re like most eager marketers, you’re are trying to keep up with personalization.

Bio Eats World: The Fundamental Principles of Reality

Andreessen Horowitz

What are the fundamental principles that govern the physical world around us, and how did we get to them? In this episode of Bio Eats World, hosts … The post Bio Eats World: The Fundamental Principles of Reality appeared first on Andreessen Horowitz. bio history space

Knowing — and Sharing — Your Zero Cash Date


One of the most important operating metrics in your SaaS start-up, if you aren’t predictably cash-flow positive, is your Zero Cash Date (“ZCD”). You hear a lot about SaaS metrics, but this one doesn’t often come up.

Digital Trends Report 2020

As part of our goal to continue helping our community during these times, we wanted to share with you this critical data on the state of digital products across industries and provide context on how businesses are responding to the changing winds.

Best Predictive Dialer Software

The Daily Egg

“I enjoy making hundreds of phone calls to strangers every day,” said no one ever. So, why not automate your outbound phone calling process instead of wasting hours and hours trying to call prospective customers? Especially when we have predictive dialer software available.

The Three Most Effective (Dis)Qualifying Questions You Can Ask

Sales Hacker

In today’s difficult business environment, you don’t have the time or the resources to waste time on a prospect that’s not a sure thing. That’s why qualifying your prospects is even more important now than when the economy was roaring.

How to Prevent Facebook Hacks

Neil Patel

If you’re like most business owners, you’ve invested resources in creating a Facebook business page that engages your customers. You may have spent years growing your following and building trust. What if something leaves your business page vulnerable to a Facebook hack?