Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs bootstrapping their startups, who believe that the best way to get to where we're going is to learn by doing. Conversations, case studies, and interviews with entrepreneurs who are building profitable businesses online. Let's do this.
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149 episodes
since July 31, 2014



Hey, we’re back and we’ve got some lessons and updates to share with you! Both of us have plans to travel over the next few weeks. Jordan will be visiting his Slovenia team and Brian will be attending WP Elevation. Carthook and ProcessKit are both at a pivotal stage of growth and we try to encourage each other during this episode to keep pushing forward and learn from our mistakes. Brian also has a couple announcements. Productize will be opening up to new users on June 7, 2019, it will last for about a week. Also, he will be hosting a live Q&A session for his users and potential users on July 11th. So, if Productize sounds like something you could use in your business, keep an eye out for these events. “This week I had a few calls with people who started using (ProcessKit) and about three people have said, ‘yeah I plan on converting to a paying customer on this.”- Brian Powered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This Here are today’s conversation points: Jordan’s team has grown and creating a fun and diverse culture.The tweet that went viral and haunts Brian.How Jordan and his team are responding to a security issue.The first and second rounds of invites to ProcessKit, how’s it going?Brian’s expectations for the early stages of ProcessKit.Why Brian has gone ahead and set up a billing system in ProcessKit.Mistakes Carthook made while trying to overhaul analytics and what they learned.Jordan’s plans to build an app and make Carthook a platform.Update on Brian’s new marketing page for Productize. “I’m convinced that the ideal is getting the prospect to buy into your strategy, and then the product that goes along with the strategy.” -Jordan Powered By the Tweet This Plugin
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