Build Your SaaS – bootstrapping in 2019

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Summary

Would you take $5 million?

Show Notes

Jon and Justin are back from Portland and wrestling with ideas, bots, and CMSes:
  • Justin's spouse wants to know why we wouldn't sell for $5 million (and each get $2.5 million)
  • Jon found some bot traffic that we need to eliminate from our analytics, and it's giving him a Postgres headache.
  • Justin is trying a bunch of different CMS options: Vapid, Statamic in an effort to get off WordPress.

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Can you bootstrap a profitable startup in 2019? 37signals did it in 2004, and since then thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and product people have tried to launch their own web apps. But with so many venture-backed startups now, is it still possible? Follow Jon and Justin as they build & launch their new product: Transistor.fm.