It’s a founder’s worst fear…
… building something no one wants to buy.
Yet it happens all the time.
Because we make the mistake of building first, marketing later.
If you want to build a profitable business, that approach won’t cut it. You need to be out there talking to your customers from day one.
And guess what... that’s called sales.
If you're like most founders, you’re probably wondering…
Don’t worry, you’re not alone - 66% of indie hackers need help with sales.
Founders: Which of the following do you need the most help with?— Indie Hackers (@IndieHackers) March 8, 2019
(Feel free to ask for help in the comments 😇)
I learned this stuff the hard way. And it allowed me to build and sell two of my own companies.
But it took me nine years and $millions of software sold to become any good.
A mix of trial and error, reading endless sales books and trying out a whole host of tools...
A blueprint that helped you…
You can get the results you want by learning to sell too…
I keep thinking about this article— so good. I see so many aspiring founders twiddling on pretty marketing and building products in isolation. Sales is scary but get your butt out there and talk to real people and sell. ☝️ https://t.co/jRmKmmm1yF— Stephanie Hurlburt (@sehurlburt) January 26, 2019
This sales for founders course is full of practical, actionable advice.
You’ll discover the best tools, strategies and priorities.
Everything you need to find your first customers, learned from my painful experience...
Want to advance your career? Learn sales.— Ryan Florence (@ryanflorence) March 8, 2019
Everything is sales.
Getting a job? Sales.
Negotiating salary? Sales.
support from your team for a new idea
your team to change from a bad direction
your feature on the roadmap
people to use your OSS
Sales sales sales
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You're the perfect fit for this course if you...
If you're selling to consumers or doing ecommerce, this course probably isn't for you.