How Teespring recovered from a 50% post-launch revenue crash by selling, not shipping

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What do you do when revenues fall 50% the month after a successful product launch? How do you fix THAT? This is the crisis the founders of Teespring found themselves in after launching publicly in April of this year. Teespring — founded by developers Walker Williams and Evan Stites-Clayton — lets users create crowd-funded T-shirt… Read more »

How Vidyard grew from 4k to 1mil views/day in 8 months & achieved a negative churn rate

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At Perfect Audience, we’re fascinated by the evolutions young companies undergo as they find their footing. So, we’d thought we’d talk to several to hear their stories on the theme of customers: getting your first ones, finding new ones, and using their feedback to move your product forward. Think you’ve got a great story to… Read more »

BugHerd: How a startup saw a boost in paid subscriptions after changing their customer focus, but kept the core of their product the same

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At Perfect Audience, we’re fascinated by the evolutions young companies undergo as they find their footing. So, we’d thought we’d talk to several to hear their stories through the theme of customers: getting your first ones, finding your best ones, and using their feedback to move your product forward. Think you’ve got a great story… Read more »