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What if you knew data behind the fastest growing SaaS companies today? Each morning join Nathan Latka as he spends 15 minutes interviewing SaaS founders. You'll learn how SaaS CEO's launched their startup and grew it into a business. SaaS Founders range from bootstrapped to funded, MVP to 10,000 customers, pre revenue to pre IPO.
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Mar 9, 2016

Nicholas Tart, one of the founders of AwesomeWeb, a freelance marketplace for people who do and need awesome work. Listen as Nathan and Nick talk about the journey to a viable product, the challenge freelancers face, and why AwesomeWeb is so different compared to Elance or Upwork.


Nicholas Tart is the co­founder and product manager for AwesomeWeb, a professional freelance marketplace for people who do and need awesome work. He's focused on building a perfect SaaS web app that'll help other founders make their sites more awesome.

Time Stamped Show Notes:
01:01 – Nathan’s introduction
01:18 – Nathan welcomes Nick to the show
01:50 – Nick likes the show because Nathan asks good questions
02:15 – AwesomeWeb is a great bootsrapped website
02:45 – Spend $30K to get from idea to minimum viable product
03:00 – Charge $17-$27 to participate on the business—the only people that pay are the freelancers
04:08 – Walking through the growth of AwesomeWeb
05:37 – More focused on creating a great experience than maxing out revenue
06:07 – AwesomeWeb’s goal is to help freelancers earn $100K per year
07:43 – Processing 36 jobs per month with a worth of $2-5K
08:33 – The long-term goals of AwesomeWeb
08:51 – Finding great clients is insanely difficult as a freelancer
09:39 – Always be willing to sell
09:54 – Attracting new customers
10:00 – Income Diary


Famous 5
Favorite Book? – How to Win Friends and Influence People
What CEO do you follow?— Neal Patel
What is your favorite online tool?— N/A
Do you get 8 hours of sleep?— Yes
If you could let your 20 year old self know one thing, what would it be?— Learn how to ask good questions and tell good stories


3 Key Points:
If you’re a freelancer when you find a good client, hold onto them for dear life.
Ask good questions and tell better stories.
Get to a minimum viable product as cheaply as possible.


Resources Mentioned:
Edgar – Nathan uses Edgar instead of other scheduling tools for Twitter because Edgar cycles through content over and over (buffer/others you have to re-input content over and over – time consuming). In the last several months, Edgar has driven Nathan over 3728 clicks that he didn’t have to work or pay for.
Host Gator - Powerful web hosting made easy and affordable.
How to Win Friends and Influence People – Nick’s favorite book
Neal Patel – The CEO Nick follows
Income Diary – A fantastic blog Nick follows

 

 

Listen to The Top if you want to hear from the worlds TOP entrepreneurs on how much they sold last month, how they are selling it, and what they are selling - 7 days a week in 20 minute interviews! Join the Top Tribe at http://NathanLatka.com/TheTop

The Top is FOR YOU if you are:

A STUDENT who wants to become the CEO of a $10m company in under 24 months (episode #4)

STUCK in the CORPORATE grind and looking to create a $10k/mo side business so you can quit (episode #7)

An influencer or BLOGGER who wants to make $27k/mo in monthly RECURRING revenue to have the life you want and full CONTROL (episode #1)

The Software as a Service (SaaS) entrepreneur who wants to grow to a $100m+ valuation (episode #14).

Your host, Nathan Latka is a 25 year old software entrepreneur who has driven over $4.5 million in revenue and built a 25 person team as he dropped out of school, raised $2.5million from a Forbes Billionaire, and attracted over 10,000 paying customers from 160+ different countries.

Oprah gets 60 minutes or more to make her guests comfortable to then ask tough questions. Nathan does it all in less than 15 minutes in this daily podcast that's like an audio version of Pat Flynn's monthly income report. Join the Top Tribe at http://NathanLatka.com/TheTop

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