Sat.Jun 27, 2020

15+ of The Top Sales & Marketing Mistakes SaaS Startups Make


A little while back we put together some of the top sales & marketing mistakes SaaS companies and founders make, especially in the early days. I thought it would be worth a quick update of the post. We’ve all made many of these mistakes ourselves, myself included ??

Why You Should Consider Eliminating the Title “Implementation Consultant” from Your Startup


I’ve worked with several startups that fell into the following pattern: Selling a SaaS application at a healthy price (e.g., 100K to $200K ARR). With low, fixed-cost implementation packages (e.g., $25K). But a product that actually takes maybe $50K to $75K to successfully deploy.

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Top 10 SaaStr Videos of the Week: Algolia, Stripe, Intercom, Qualtrics and More!


As it looks like Shelter may last even longer, our YouTube videos continue to grow much faster than before. So what are SaaStr folks watching most this week (not including top videos also watched last week)? Let’s take a look! #1:

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Top 6 reasons to use live chatbots for your online business

SaaS Metrics

With the advancement in artificial intelligence, chatbots have become a faint splash on a great wave of progress. A chatbot can be defined as a computer program which is adequately designed to stimulate useful conversation with many human users, specifically over the internet.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

How, When & Why VCs Do “Due Diligence” Pre and Post Term Sheet


Q: What methods do VCs use for performing due diligence when they are interested in a deal? Everyone investor is a bit different, but I think it’s important to understand investors do 2 stages of due-diligence: pre-term sheet, and post-term sheet. In the old days … there was more time.