Should you pay for traffic? It’s a question every business owner eventually faces. Spending on ads is a risk, and beginners usually start with no idea of whether or not that gamble will pay off. We built this ad spend calculator so that business owners can understand what type of ROI they should be expecting […]
How much annual recurring revenue do you have? It’s the core KPI for SaaS founders: how much recurring revenue is coming in the door every year? We built this calculator so that SaaS founders can quickly calculate their ARR.
How much do you spend to bring in a new customer? CAC calculates how effectively companies can bring in new business. A high CAC means that you have to spend more to acquire a customer, and low CAC means that you are able to reallocate resources to other parts of your business. We built this […]
How sustainable is your customer acquisition strategy? CAC recovery shows you how quickly you are able to recoup the investment made to acquire a new customer. It is measured in months, and it’s a metric that shows how effective your customer acquisition, retention, and operating margins are working together. We built this calculator so that […]
How much can you expect customers to pay you? LTV (lifetime value) calculates how loyal your customers are to your business. A high lifetime value signals low churn and high loyalty, and a low LTV signals the opposite. We built this calculator so that SaaS founders can quickly calculate their LTV to understand how loyal […]
Founders have enough responsibilities. You shouldn’t be wasting time finding quality sources of information. Below are the best founder resources we’ve found on the internet. They’re grouped to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. Hopefully, something in here can help you improve your business. 📶 General Resources 🎙 Marketing 🤝 Sales 💲 […]
Launch day is one of the biggest moments early on in your startup journey. It’s the first time that customers publicly see what you’ve been working on, and it’s the first time you’re able to see if people actually want what you’re building. We think that most startups rely on one or two channels and […]