MK 007 – Ryan Battles: SaaS Marketing Essentials

Welcome to episode 7 of The Podcast!

Ryan BattlesRyan Battles joined me today to shed light on his upcoming book “SaaS Marketing Essentials” as well as give us some insider information about how he is getting his SaaS app, Harpoon, off the ground.

We touch on parenting as an entrepreneur, home-schooling, advertising for developers, drip campaigns, trading time for dollars, and much much more. And the value bomb Ryan drops is about one thing: validation through money.

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  • Justin McGill

    Recently came across some of Ryan’s stuff and I’m a fan and subscriber to his blog now myself. I think it’s interesting because his interests and passion are in SaaS and entrepreneurship, but he’s building a product for a different audience (freelancers). I am somewhat in the same boat myself (my blog discusses startups, SaaS, etc, but I target digital marketers with my tools). I am working on a book that caters to my main audience (marketers) which will be a separate domain, but I still enjoy discussing startup topics so I am keeping my main blog going as well.

    One thing, I can vouch for myself for Workado – big fan of their software and Liam has been awesome.

    Cheers on another good one Matt – your podcast is coming along nicely!

    • Matt Kremer

      Thanks Justin! I’m glad you’re enjoying them :)