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Best Bootstrapped podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Bootstrapped podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs who are bootstrapping web startups and believe in order to achieve success, we must learn by doing. Interviews with bootstrapped entrepreneurs and case studies in building profitable businesses.
 
Backstage Capital is venture investment fund that backs underrepresented tech startup founders. Since inception in September 2015, Backstage has deployed nearly $2m into 40+ startups around the U.S. that are led by women, POC, and LGBT founders. This podcast takes you behind the scenes to show you what it's like to build a fund from scratch and give you deep insights into what investors are REALLY looking for. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You might steal a donut. But that'll have nothing to do ...
 
A raw and honest listen from a true bootstrapped SaaS founder. You’ll get unique insights from the host, Kosta Panagoulias, who bootstrapped a SaaS out of his parent’s basement with $0 and no tech experience, into a company doing 7-figures in ARR. Kosta takes you through his SaaS journey in real-time, talking about specific business situations he’s going through, thinking about, or just finds interesting. From time to time, Kosta brings on other successful founders to talk shop. Respecting t ...
 
The Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the Robert H. Smith School of Business produces Bootstrapped, a podcast featuring founders, investors and serial entrepreneurs. While the podcast covers many aspects of startup life, the heart of the show focuses on funding from both the founder and investor perspectives, thus the name Bootstrapped. The podcast is hosted by Elana Fine, Managing Director of the Dingman Center, and Joe Bailey, Associate Research Professor at the Smith School. Each epi ...
 
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When, if ever, should you, should make changes to your product’s code that don’t change its external behaviour? How do you weigh up the risks of breaking things against the ease of future development? Steve and Ed get way more technical than usual in this episode. We want listener questions! Post your question here and we’ll discuss it in a future …
 
We’re back after a two-week break. More specifically, a camping and Niagra Falls break. Today we go over two kinds of VC: vacations and venture capital. Not to mention, we go over ProcessKit’s newest marketing news, Ali Mese’s article on Medium, and our thoughts on positioning. “I’m trying to understand the type of person who discovers a SaaS produ…
 
We revisit the goals we made in January 2020. We consider what progress we’ve made despite the current massive global uncertainty. Back in January, in episode #124, Ed and Steve stated their goals for 2020. Then COVID-19 happened, changing many of the assumptions we had when we made those goals. We’re open for listener questions! Got a topic or que…
 
We’re back after a two-week break. More specifically, a camping and Niagra Falls break. Today we go over two kinds of VC: vacations and venture capital. Not to mention, we go over ProcessKit’s newest marketing news, Ali Mese’s article on Medium, and our thoughts on positioning. “I’m trying to understand the type of person who discovers a SaaS produ…
 
In April 2020, I acquired Saber Feedback, a small SaaS app, from its owner and founder. In this episode I openly report on the challenges and successes I’ve had in the first three months of owning Saber Feedback. And yes, I do reveal customer numbers, revenue, and traffic volume! The post #141: A Saber Feedback update three months after acquisition…
 
You can find articles on the topics discussed in the episode here: - ✍️ Customer Retention: How to Keep Them Around As mentioned in the episode, feel free to check out my book Zero to Sold. Here's the launch tweet. Undock sponsors this episode of the Bootstrapped Founder Podcast. Balsamiq provides this sponsored airtime. Please check out both — the…
 
We’re back in the studio with a very special agenda… in that we don’t have an agenda today. So we turned to Twitter to ask listeners and followers what topics they would be interested in hearing about. If you have a question or a comment you’d like us to cover in a future episode, feel free to tweet it to us! Today we cover everything from product …
 
We’re back in the studio with a very special agenda… in that we don’t have an agenda today. So we turned to Twitter to ask listeners and followers what topics they would be interested in hearing about. If you have a question or a comment you’d like us to cover in a future episode, feel free to tweet it to us! Today we cover everything from product …
 
This was a painful episode to record. I had problems getting some customers to pay. How I handled it was a cascade of mistakes. I tell Ed the story, and he gives me advice on what I should have done. Ed tells us about his recent effort to add a once-off pricing plan to his SaaS. We also mentioned Ed’s appearance on the Slow and Steady podcast, wher…
 
We’re back and we have so much to talk about. First off, we’d like to dedicate this episode to Ian Landsman and his twitter account. “Hey” seems to have taken Twitter by storm. We’ll talk about how we feel about that, and, of course, we’ll update you on what’s going on in our businesses as well. “For an everyday email app, I need it to be as clean …
 
We’re back and we have so much to talk about. First off, we’d like to dedicate this episode to Ian Landsman and his twitter account. “Hey” seems to have taken Twitter by storm. We’ll talk about how we feel about that, and, of course, we’ll update you on what’s going on in our businesses as well. “For an everyday email app, I need it to be as clean …
 
Ed chats with Peter Suhm about the challenges and rewards of selling to developers. Peter is the founder of Branch, a deployment tool for WordPress developers. Peter on twitter: https://twitter.com/petersuhm Branch: https://branchci.com WP Pusher, another product by Peter for WordPress developers: https://wppusher.com Out of Beta, Peter’s podcast: …
 
We’re back behind the mic today after a one-week hiatus. We had originally recorded an episode last week (which addressed current events) but decided not to publish it. Our hearts do go out to everyone in this time of chaos and uncertainty. This week, we’re back, talking about business, bad habits, and kindergarten graduation parades. We’re talking…
 
We’re back behind the mic today after a one-week hiatus. We had originally recorded an episode last week (which addressed current events) but decided not to publish it. Our hearts do go out to everyone in this time of chaos and uncertainty. This week, we’re back, talking about business, bad habits, and kindergarten graduation parades. We’re talking…
 
You can find articles on the topics discussed in the episode here: - ✍️ Spreading the Word: How to Do Marketing on a Shoestring Budget Feature Upvote sponsors this episode of the Bootstrapped Founder Podcast. Balsamiq provides this sponsored airtime. Please check out both — they're awesome.By Arvid Kahl
 
We discuss Ed Freyfogle’s recent experience creating the OpenCage Reverse Geocoding guide, an example of an “epic guide” approach to content marketing. Useful links: The OpenCage Reverse Geocoding guide Adam Duvander, who helped Ed create the guide Adam’s company Adam’s personal site Discuss this episode and more on our discussion forum for Bootstr…
 
This episode of Bootstrapped features UMD alumna Lauren Foundos ’06, a former Maryland varsity field hockey player, and Founder and CEO of FORTË. After years of working in the finance industry, Foundos left the stability of her well-paying job to start FORTË, a technology company that helps gyms and studios livestream their classes. An entrepreneur…
 
You can find articles on the topics discussed in the episode here: - ✍️ Seller Beware: Pricing Models That Can Break Your Business Links mentioned in part two: https://untools.co/https://www.teachthought.com/critical-thinking/the-cognitive-bias-codex-a-visual-of-180-cognitive-biases/ If you want to be inspired by Seth Godin, please read https://set…
 
Derrick’s product is a direct competitor to one of my products. So it was extremely generous of him to speak openly about the challenges and successes of running PageProofer. We also discussed: the challenge of having many competitors having years of work annihilated by one Steve Jobs announcement the challenge of separating personal life from work…
 
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