4 minimal UI tweaks we did to dramatically improve our trial conversion rate.
The goal of any Saas Application is to convert as many trials as possible to paid customers. To improve your application, what do you absolutely need? Feedback. We are using a live chat support app to get feedback on how users are using our SaaS app.
We were greatly surprised by the results. Many of our users were stuck at the very first step of load testing their web or mobile app.
Why we think remote work is the new coming trend in digital companies.
The world population has grown by 30% since 1990, going from 5 to 7 billions people. The distance from workplace to residence tends to increase due to the life cost within cities, like in San Francisco, where someone is renting a backyard tent for 899$ per month, for people willing to have a temporary home until finding a decent one.
Why should we stay at a single place when having a digital company like ours?
Learn how you can spend thousands of dollars by trying to save a few hundred ones.
You are a brand new startup. No cash flows in at the moment. What are you trying to do? Survive. You are saving every single penny to last as long as possible. You stick with free tools, or stay with freemium plans. Are you really saving money by doing this?
How it happens Once your startup launch is successful, you’re growing fast and are rapidly acquiring new customers. As it grows, the tools you used at the beginning are less and less adapted to your changing needs.
OctoPerf, our Cloud load testing tool, is made using massively open-source technologies. Because sharing is caring, this blog is a way for us to share how we made it.
We are proud to announce the opening of our Tech Blog. We really wanted to have a place to share technical thoughts openly. Why so open? Sharing technical stuff on our platform is like releaving secrets about how we built OctoPerf, our SaaS load testing tool.
OctoPerf wouldn’t exist without the open-source community.
We are widely using open-source technologies to build better software. It would be unfair to keep all the great things we have done with open-source technologies just for us.