2018 started with a blast! In Q1 my Perfect Dashboard co-founders and I sold our WordPress plugin business. Despite our long-time (and continued) love of WordPress and our passion for developing great products, the business was something we were no longer excited about as our mindset was already focused on Perfect Dashboard and its first
“Growth hacking” has been the buzzword of the past several years. As annoying as it may be as a headline in about 34.2 MM online articles, the phrase is popular for good reason. Growth is a top indicator for success with software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies (and hosting companies, in particular). Without a solid growth strategy, many
Chris Burry, one of our investors and mentors once told me that there are only two ways to sell things: bundling and unbundling.
A data-driven answer to the very fundamental question.
We’ve had an interesting month reviewing the impact of the WordPress 4.9.3 update. For those who are not completely aware of the situation, the security release for over 30 vulnerabilities, brought a critical new complication for future WordPress auto updates. It broke the built-in auto updating mechanism.