Grow your SaaS with Community
Know if building a community is good for your SaaS.
Want to know if building a community is the right choice to grow your SaaS? This e-book is right for you.
Note: This e-book is in English, apologies to my non-English native friends, the contents inside the eBook are still easy to read and digest though!
Whether you are shipping a side project, building a startup, working on a SaaS product, launching a course, creating a collection of NFTs, betting on the future in web3, or doing anything on the Internet you can't escape community building. Perks of forming a community is where you can find a tribe full of people who root for you to win. Their support is priceless, and it feels like an army backing up.
The end goal of this e-book is to give you an overview of how community building can help you with your SaaS. This e-book does not teach you the details to create a community but talks about whether community building is a good choice for your SaaS marketing growth.
What, Exactly, Does This eBook Teach?
- What is a community and why does your SaaS need to build a community?
- How can a community help your SaaS?
- How to get started with community building?
- SaaS founders, looking to build authority and scale their SaaS product with a close-knit community
- Marketers, looking to level up their community game for SaaS
- Community Managers and Specialists, looking to get insights into SaaS community building
- Beginner community managers, looking to learn how community building works
- Digital product creators, looking to improve their product sales and conversions
Helping you with up-to-date marketing insights from experts to help you grow your SaaS marketing.
SaaSwrites is a humble attempt to help makers, solo founders, indie-hackers, early-stage founders, and growth-stage SaaS founders grow their SaaS. We help curate the expert marketing insights into an advisable, easy-to-digest library. resources, and tools.
We do extensive research and create/curate a lot of SaaS marketing insights into blogs and resources. Every day, thousands of SaaS marketing experts tweet their tips, leanings, and insights. We make a humble approach to bringing you these golden tips and nuggets into easy-to-digest content.
One of the finest ways to curate is through Twitter. Our slow and steady approach is to also curate through Reddit, Quora, YouTube, Podcasts, and Guest Interviews.
Explore our library to learn more about various marketing channels, especially for makers, bootstrappers, and solo founders 🚀
Explore our Library of curated blogs to help you market your SaaS from industry leaders, experts, and founders who have already made it.
Your SaaS marketing is a mix of multiple channels at different stages. SaaSwrites brings you expertly curated insights within each marketing channel to help you know what works best for YOU. What worked yesterday might not work tomorrow to grow and market your SaaS.
You as a SaaS founder are on a unique stage and unique journey. No other marketing strategy and tactic would work the same way. We drill down each channel and help you learn and understand what might work best for you to grow your SaaS.
Still, Need Some Convincing? Here is what SaaS founders are saying about SaaSwrites:
“Wow Ricky, I just skimmed over the front page and found like 5 articles to bookmark! Amazing job! 🤩 ~ Yossi Segev, founder of TinyKiwi
“Looking forward to going through this. Even I personally want to use content to get new users for @feather_blogs rather than doing other kinds of marketing. So, this perfectly aligns with what I want to do and I think will be pretty useful for someone like me.” ~ Bhanu Teja, founder of feather.so
“I was just going through the articles on SaaSwrites :) The value in each article is super amazing.” ~ Goutham Jay, founder of Famewall
"Thanks Ricky, just read it! And great blog, a ton of thoughtfully written content, just bookmarked it!" - Steven Hou, Founder and Notion Lover
"Really like your content so far, so I'm sure it will be a success. You run a site full of high-quality content" - Carolina Posma, Founder Content Jungle