It’s time to see what 2019 looked like for Userlist. We’ve been working on Userlist for over two years, and it’s amazing how “the SaaS ramp of death” can be both slow and exciting at the same time.
Here’s the big news… We purchased userlist.com on October 30, 2019, migrated all our online properties there, and rebranded to simply Userlist. In this blog post, you’ll take a look behind the scenes of the entire story.
We’ve been brainstorming different opportunities to form a little community here at Userlist, and ultimately agreed on a live hangout format — Userlist Office Hours. The first meeting is scheduled for this Thursday.
Failed credit card charges are the plague of any SaaS business. A lot of that can be fixed by automating your failed payment recovery process (also known as dunning).
Benedikt and his friend Brian Rhea started a new podcast dedicated to their SaaS journeys. It’s called Slow & Steady, and it’s one of those honest shows where founders are brave (and vulnerable) enough to share all the highs and lows.
As we’re planning to go out of beta in early August, we decided to share the entire launch strategy with you. Maybe these ideas will help you prepare for your own product launch.
Showing who your users are — and what they do— is one of the key features of Userlist. Our customers log into the app to figure out their user situation. However, up to this moment the actual user list has been pretty basic…
To address common challenges, we’ve put together three “blueprints” — customer messaging scenarios that can be applied in your SaaS business today, helping to solve real problems.
Company values are a living, breathing thing. If you don’t think about them early, they will emerge themselves later (and might not align with your expectations).
Until lately, we’ve been having a hard time explaining what exactly the product does. Then we got our hands on April Dunford's new book and applied her 10-step positioning method to solve our problem.