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Most important of all: think of this from the point of view of your buyers. Make sure you are networking with your clients, rather than your competitors or peers. Learn what they want and when building your sales process don't ask yourself "what should we do next". Rather ask yourself: "what ha...

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As the business or product is not described, I will answer it for a general SaaS product. Think from the reseller's point of view. Why will you try to sell it to your community (users/clients/followers). Don't think only about revenue opportunities, but opportunities at all. 1. Commissions, fir...

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I was involved with a SaaS product that launched a landing page and made clear that the product was still in development, but that we would give earliest access to people who pre-paid for the product. We also allowed people to choose what they paid, and promised them that payment would stay in-e...

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In my experience, VC's always want to know GAAP revenue because it's a way to compare apples to apples. We both know it's not perfect in that regard, and that cash is king, and they know that too, but that's the primary, standard metric. The good ones want to see both, so they really understand...

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It's pretty simple: you define the target customer, create messaging to match their pain points, you do outreach via email and/or cold calling, schedule demos and close deals. Inbound marketing will play a role too, but that takes time you don't have. Of course, the devil is in the details. Th...

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Hi! Congratulations on your impending US expansion! I'd love to provide a perspective if I may. I'm a UK citizen, SaaS expert, now living in the Bay Area. I'm also a member of the UK Government's new GBx initiative which is specifically designed to help provide support to UK companies expanding i...

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Depends. If the order is a few thousand dollars, you should have it setup to let them wire you the money or even checks (if the company is in the US). Normally, for products up to $2K, companies take care of it with credit card. For higher products, you should encourage them to contact you. If ...

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We deal with this from time to time at Close.io. Typically the decision maker is one of the users in Close.io so will be the person that enters in a Credit card. In fact, we allow anyone who is an admin to be able to enter a CC number into the app and update the billing settings for the whole g...

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In theory, sure. In practice, to do this you'd need to find a mostly foolproof way of knowing who was "good" when they signed up*. Will the team reviewing be able to KNOW who is likely to be good? if not, you're just providing friction for signups. This is a perfect thing to test. I'd use c...

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great questions - we see this situation with our clients pretty frequently at my firm. based on my own years of SaaS/tech sales, marketing and project management experience, I would say the path most likely to get adoption is actually discovered before the demo is delivered, rather than after. ...

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