MK 001 – Building & Launching Products Open Talk

Welcome to episode 1 of The Podcast! Last weekend I gave a talk at BarCamp Milwaukee 9 on how I built and launched, my software-as-a-service. Episode one is a recording of this talk in its entirety.

Learn about the $100 rule when spending money on advertising, the technologies you can use to build faster, and my 3 step development process so you can get your Minimum Viable Product to market sooner. Plus, how should you actually spend your budget when you’re first starting out? And how do “tenacity” and “runway” play their roles in starting your venture? I answer all of these questions and more in episode one of The Podcast.

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  • justinchmura

    I don’t see this first episode on iTunes. Was it purposely left off? Thanks.

    • Matt Kremer

      Hey Justin! For some reason it doesn’t show up in iTunes, but if you subscribe to the podcast, you’ll see it. I’m trying to get a hold of iTunes support to figure this out. Thanks!

      • justinchmura

        Yep, I see it now. Thanks for the heads up. That’s really weird.

  • xar