MK 005 – Steve Johnson: Turning Contract Work into SaaS Products

Welcome to Episode 5 of The MattKremer.com Podcast!

stevejohnson Steve Johnson joins me for this episode to talk about how he turns his contract work into SaaS products to sell to a wider audience.

He runs LogicalEngine and builds products such as Estimate Rocket.

What advice does Steve have for connecting with your best clients? What tools should you be using to develop? If he could go back in time, what’s one thing he would do differently during his product launches? Steve Johnson shares all of his tricks with you.

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  • Jon

    Would be helpful to have a transcript. Would recommend http://www.transcribeteam.com for it.

    • http://mattkremer.com Matt Kremer

      Hey Jon, currently I don’t personally have time to transcribe these. Just to put it in perspective, I spend a total of about an hour putting one podcast episode together, and it would probably take me another 3 to get it transcribed. Perhaps once the podcast is big enough to have sponsors I would have a budget to get them “professionally” transcribed, but right now I don’t think I can eat that cost. I would love to have them transcribed, but I just want to be honest with you :)