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The SaaS Bootstrapper Podcast: Interviews with entrepreneurs, bootstrappers, Founders, and developers. In each episode, host Mac Martine digs into each guest to extract and highlight their unique views, experiences and insights on bootstrapping, startups, and SaaS. Common themes include idea generation, customer validation and acquisition, positioning and niching down, metrics and growth. Go to http://thesaasbootstrapper.com for more resources from The SaaS Bootstrapper, and to join the community of other like-minded folks.

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The SaaS Bootstrapper Podcast: Interviews with entrepreneurs, bootstrappers, Founders, and developers. In each episode, host Mac Martine digs into each guest to extract and highlight their unique views, experiences and insights on bootstrapping, startups, and SaaS. Common themes include idea generation, customer validation and acquisition, positioning and niching down, metrics and growth. Go to http://thesaasbootstrapper.com for more resources from The SaaS Bootstrapper, and to join the community of other like-minded folks.

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