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10 Ways to Improve Your Activation Rate

SaaS Metrics

For SaaS companies, an important process is to ensure that all consumers benefit from the product. So your goal is to enable consumers to achieve their promised value as they move along the consumer journey. To increase the activation rate, you need to show user value as soon as possible.

What is a Personal CRM and Why Do You Need One?

Nimble - Sales

We’ve all heard the old adage: “your network is your net worth.” The way we grow our networks is by not only connecting with people but also by following through with all of our follow-ups to gain our contact’s trust.


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How to Use Data as a Service (DaaS) Tools in Your Marketing Analysis

Neil Patel

Data as a service (DaaS) is becoming increasingly popular. New advancements in cloud computing technology have made remote, cloud-based data storage and management easier to use and more accessible. Businesses using DaaS platforms can see improvements in data collection, usage, and management.

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HubSpot’s Growth Accelerates to 41% at $1.1B in ARR. And New Customers Grew Even Faster.


Hubspot didn't just grow an incredible 41% in Q1'21 to $1.1B in ARR. It accelerated. Revenue growth accelerated from 32% to 41% * And new customer growth accelerated to a crazy 45% YoY * All while keeping ACVs constant at ~10k. They did it the hard way, with SMBs.

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Insiders' Guide to Self-Service Analytics

Self-service analytics are vital for how your users interact and engage with your application. As you explore analytics solutions for your application, see why self-service analytics can prove critical to the adoption and stickiness of your application.

5 Easy Steps to Build a WordPress Website

The Daily Egg

Making a website was a time-consuming and expensive project. Business owners had to hire agencies that would charge a bomb to build a professional and somewhat boring-looking website. Times have changed, thankfully. Today, we have WordPress.

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Slowing Down to Speed Up

Predictable Revenue

Snyder is a psychologist and productivity coach who helps business owners discover the motivation, systems, and strategies to get more done in less time. The post Slowing Down to Speed Up appeared first on Predictable Revenue.

How to Avoid Being Replaced as CEO by Your VCs


Worried about a bunch of VCs replacing you? You should be a little worried, probably. A ways back, a CEO that I know fairly well was fired by a VC. Strange thing was, the VC didn’t talk to the rest of the board. Who didn’t agree. So he got un-fired. Awkward.

Sales Forecast Templates – The Complete Guide

The Daily Egg

With economic conditions, marketing spending, customer satisfaction, and competition affecting sales, accurate forecasting seems like a far-fetched possibility for many businesses.

The Difference Between a VP of Sales and a CRO

Sales Hacker

We’re in the middle of a transformational time in the world of technology across all sectors.

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9 Steps to Hosting Your Most Successful Virtual Event

The step-by-step Virtual Event Handbook from Thryv gives you all the tools you need for planning, setting goals, marketing, pricing and – don’t forget this one – event etiquette. Plus, the handy checklist will help you pull it all off without a hitch.

How Your Content Efforts Shape Your Company Culture

Predictable Revenue

This article talks about what company culture is, how to use content marketing to show off your brand’s story, and how to create the right types of content for your business and audience. The post How Your Content Efforts Shape Your Company Culture appeared first on Predictable Revenue.

The #1 Way to Accelerate Your Career Growth


Everyone of us that are hyper-driven wants to grow our careers faster. We’re impatient. We want to learn, grow, manage more, earlier. Let me share my best hack. My uber-learning: Find the best boss you can; and. Take on every initiative, project, task and endeavor you possibly can for them.

5 Easy Steps to Clear Your Cache in WordPress

The Daily Egg

If you’re a beginner, chances are you’ll need to know how to clear your cache in WordPress. If you’re totally unfamiliar with the term, clearing your cache is simply a way for you to clear your website’s temporary storage of content and data.

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The Struggle Is Real: Customers Have Difficulty Actually Buying

Sales Hacker

There’s a myth that corporate buyers hold all the power over vendors – that vendors struggle to sell. However, perhaps it’s the other way around: buyers struggle to buy. “As

3 Templates for Uncomplicating Your Product Management Process

In this workbook, you’ll find a comprehensive set of templates product development and cross-functional teams can adopt to better leverage your existing skills and your data.

A/B Testing: Definition, How it Works, Examples & Tools

Neil Patel

A/B testing is a fantastic method for figuring out the best online promotional and marketing strategies for your business. It can be used to test everything from website copy to sales emails to search ads.

AngelList: Early Stage Valuations Actually Aren’t Up That Much. It’s The Top Startups That Are On Fire.


It can be hard to tell from the media and Twitter just what’s happening in SaaS and Cloud startups these days. We see emerging leaders like Brex quickly raise at $7B+ and ClickUp raise at $1B just months after raising at a fraction of those valuations.

6 Easy Steps to Add a Favicon to Your WordPress Website

The Daily Egg

A favicon is the small icon beside your site’s name that appears on your browser tab or in Google search results. If you’re a new WordPress user and want to learn all about creating and adding a favicon to your WordPress site you’ve landed in the right place.


Impactful Executive Conversations

Sales Hacker

Do you get flustered when talking to a CIO or CMO? As Strategic Account Director on the Enterprise team at Salesforce, Ian Koniak spends all day talking to the C-Suite. Get his firsthand knowledge on what you need to smoothly pull off major sales: See yourself as an equal. Focus on solving problems.

Realizing the Benefits of Automated Machine Learning

How are organizations using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to derive business value? Renowned author and professor Tom Davenport explains the rise of automated machine learning, its benefits, and success stories from businesses that are already using it.

How to Retain More Clients: Benefits and Strategies


What is customer retention ? Why is it important? And how do you do it? Here we’ll provide answers to these key questions. We’ll discuss what customer retention means as a concept, as a strategy and as a metric. We’ll highlight its direct relevance to revenue and its other compelling benefits.

Next Time — Ask For $1,000,000. A Year. I’m Not Kidding.


There are two exercises I like to do with SaaS companies marching up-market. The first is to challenge them to double their highest ACV ever on the next similar prospect.

5 Easy Steps to Fix an Http Error When Uploading Images to WordPress

The Daily Egg

You can’t have a successful website without visual content, including a good combination of images, icons, and graphics, with carefully thought and written text is the perfect combination to boost traffic. However, if you see an HTTP error, you won’t be able to upload images to WordPress.


Multi-Threading Deals: How to Give Your Enterprise Team What They Need

Sales Hacker

Is multi-threading a little too “multi” for you and your team? Multi-threading can be difficult enough for your best reps — scaling it to the entire sales org is downright daunting, to say the least.

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.

ABM is Not B2B and Other Rants on Account-Based Marketing


The other day I read a book on account-based marketing (ABM), entitled ABM is B2B , and I must say I disliked it. Capital D disliked. My Thoughts on the Book: ABM is B2B. Why?

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Events Are Coming Back: Are They Worth the Big Expense?


Events. Not digital events, which exploded since Covid. But good old fashioned, in-a-convention-center events are coming back. And boy, has it been a while. Many events like Coachella, Dreamforce, SaaStr Annual and more haven’t been produced since 2019 (!).

9 Easy Steps to Disable Comments in WordPress

The Daily Egg

If you’re an avid WordPress user, you know the importance of keeping your website as SEO-friendly, clean, and professional as possible. This might mean you’re looking to learn how to disable your WordPress comments.


PODCAST 159: How to Have a Satisfying Career with Tiffany Heimpel

Sales Hacker

On this episode of the Sales Hacker podcast, we talk to Tiffany Heimpel of LinkedIn on how to have a fulfilling career and life. powered by Sounder. If you missed episode 158, check it out here: The Power of Focus and Specialization with Matt Melymuka. Subscribe to the Sales Hacker Podcast.

Why Distributed Tracing is Essential for Performance and Reliability

Speaker: Daniel "spoons" Spoonhower, CTO and Co-Founder at Lightstep

Many engineering organizations have now adopted microservices or other loosely coupled architectures, often alongside DevOps practices. Together these have enabled individual service teams to become more independent and, as a result, have boosted developer velocity. However, this increased velocity often comes at the cost of overall application performance or reliability. Worse, teams often don’t understand what’s affecting performance or reliability – or even who to ask to learn more. Distributed tracing was developed at organizations like Google and Twitter to address these problems and has also come a long way in the decade since then. By the end of this presentation, you’ll understand why distributed tracing is necessary and how it can bring performance and reliability back under control.

Measuring Customer Experience: How to Collect the Right Data and Act on It


It is essential for a company to understand the behavior, opinions, and needs of their customers to provide the best service possible.

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10 Things That Tell a VC You May Not Be Ready for “Prime Time”


Being an amateur is OK, even endearing — if it’s authentic. And up to a point. But here are some things that founders do that perhaps suggest you aren’t yet ready to raise venture capital.

5 Easy Steps to Optimize Your VoIP Network

The Daily Egg

Traditional hardwired telephone systems are slowly becoming a thing of the past. With more organizations transitioning to remote work, VoIP phone systems have been trending upward for the past several years—with no signs of slowing down in the near future.

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