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Welcome to the MicroConf Podcast! Featuring two episodes per week, we take a look back at the archives from MicroConf's past and publish the audio of some of the best talks delivered from the MC ...more

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May 18, 2022 00:35:54
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MicroConf On Air: Building a Thriving Remote Culture

In this episode of On-Air, Jesse Mecham, the founder of You Need A Budget, joins @RobWalling to chat about why core values and culture truly matter. Jesse also gives an update on how YNAB has grown since he gave his talk at MicroConf in 2014.   If you haven't seen the talk, you should check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jw8N7YrBM4o ...

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May 11, 2022 00:27:30
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MicroConf Refresh Episode 50: Quickly Delivering Feature Requests Using No Code

Any SaaS founder can tell you that implementing feature requests can be a major drain on their resources. But they are a great way to nurture your relationship with your users. Jessica will walk you through the build of a feature request (our MicroConf Connect wiki!), how it can be quickly build and deployed, and how you can use the tools to build MVP’s for your most requested features.   - https://microconf.squarespace.com/s/MicroConf-Remote-30-building-internal-tools-with-no-code-1.pdf   Links from this podcast: Jessica Malnik Get the slide deck Tickets for our next MicroConf Local:London on May 18 are on sale ...

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May 04, 2022 00:39:30
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MicroConf On Air: Rob Walling Answers Audience Questions

A Rob Q+A Solo Adventure! Rob Walling answered listener questions live from MicroConf Connect (https://microconfconnect.com). Topics Covered: What are three key tips for pre-launch, pre-revenue to make sure that you absolutely must do? What has the body of a Unicorn and the head of a Pegasus? How was launching Tiny Seed Tales different than Startups for the Rest of Us podcast? What's changed in terms of "podcast launch strategy" since then? How to deal with anxiety when launching starting something new? Picking Customer Pain for my companies segment, as opposed to Competitor Pain and general observations about SaaS for non-technical customers. If Rob was starting over today and trying to find a ".Net invoicing" to acquire and iterate on, where would he look? Where should the balance fall between domain knowledge, industry connections and general sales skills when hiring your first sales person? What is the best thing to do if revenue has plateaued? What advice do you have for staying positive in spite of frequent fires caused by platform risk? How to find a good SaaS idea?   Links and books from this episode: The Mom Test by Rob Fitzpatrick List of SaaS Marketplaces If you are interested in speaking at any MicroConf event, head to microconf.com/call-for-speakers and fill out the form. Tickets for our next MicroConf Local:London on May 18 are on sale here: https://microconf.com/local-london    ...

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April 27, 2022 00:28:26
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MicroConf Refresh Episode 49: Automating Your Customer Success Touch Points with No Code

This episode is from MicroConf 3.0: No-Code. Jane Portman (@uibreakfast) shares how every customer success story begins with a streamlined, concise, and conscientious onboarding and nurturing experience. In this talk, Jane will review a variety of no-code automation recipes you can implement as your users move from leads to trials to customers and beyond.   Links from the podcast: UserList Get the Slide Deck Watch this talk on YouTube Get your Tickets for MicroConf Remote Come to MicroConf Local: London UserList   ...

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April 20, 2022 00:42:55
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MicroConf On Air: Key Takeaways from MicroConf Growth 2022 in Minneapolis

In this episode, Rob Walling (@robwalling) chats with Tony Chan (@toeknee123) from CloudForecast.io about key takeaways from the recent MicroConf Growth in Minneapolis.  _______________________ Links from this pod: Tickets for MicroConf Remote 4.0:$$$, on May 3-5th are on sale at microconf.com/remote Also, tickets for our next MicroConf Local:London on May 18 are on sale here: https://microconf.com/local-london     ...

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March 30, 2022 00:38:41
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MicroConf Refresh Episode 48: Automating Your Cold Outreach Sales Process with No Code

Cold outreach can be a painful, unyielding process that may leave you pulling out your hair. The real magic happens when you find a process that lets you ramp up the volume of your cold outreach campaign, and identify qualified leads to the to the top of that funnel. Andy will cover some of the key automation points in your cold outreach campaign and how no code can take some of the stress out of your sales cycle. _______________________ Links from this pod: Postaga: https://www.postaga.com/ Watch the original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc-nTOiFBaM See the slide deck: https://microconf.squarespace.com/s/How-to-Build-a-Cold-Outreach-Automation-System-Using-No-Code.pdf ...

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