The product person inside of me cringes when I have the displeasure of seeing or interacting with enterprise software. Things are changing. Rajen, who started his career at IBM back in the day, has written a great piece on why it's a great time to be an enterprise software startup.
Interfaces are how we communicate with computers so why don't we design them with the conversation in mind? This blog post goes into detail about designing your interface by starting with writing first instead of drawing.
It's great to be inspired by things indirectly related to what we work on daily. In this blog post you'll learn about the game mechanics of the video game "Destiny" which can help you think about how to improve your product.
My co-founder, Neil Patel, blogs a couple times a week or more on his personal blog called QuickSprout. He wrote this blog post about 5 simple steps to help you come up with blog post ideas. I wish he had written it before I did the 30 days of blogging challenge. Fun fact: I came up with the name QuickSprout.com 10 years ago!
Marketing, social media and psychology all in one blog post plus actionable takeaways and no fluff?! Count me in. Read this, take action on what you learn and you'll be on the path to boost your marketing. Seriously.
I started doing business on the Internet by starting a consulting company providing marketing services. It scarred me for life. I shied away for far too long from providing services in my SaaS businesses. It was a mistake and in this post Jason Lemkin explains why.
Nate Desmond believes that, "The mad men of the future will combine creativity with rigorous analysis." If you agree, read his post and start learning some technical skills or if you are already technical, learn how to apply your skills for growth.
This tip is a personal one, for you, not just your SaaS business. I'm an infovore and I've previously written about my hunger for consuming information faster. I learn best by listening so this tip works really well for me. I can "read" up to 3 books a week with audio just on the commute from my home to the office. Hang in there for a bit if you decide to try this. It often takes about 1 minute of listening to audio at 2x-3x speed before I get used to it.