Musings On Operating Models
When you're at the low end of the market like we are, there just isn't that much cashflow to do stuff with. That work is done by you (+ team) or doesn't get done. If you're trying to operate them profitably, you're left in a tough situation.
Diligence is hard. Here are some tactics / useful tips we've used to stumble our way through 3 micro saas acquisitions. Check out our 50+ diligence questions.
6 Months in - A Few Lessons Learned
We're 6 months into buying micro-saas businesses. Here's the TLDR of our experience so far doing micro acquisitions Do a small one first. Get the obvious metrics in a report daily
trials and tribulations in the land of micro acquisitions.
4 Ways to Source Your First Micro-SaaS Acquisition
Software as a Service or SaaS, is a wildly popular business model that has seen impressive growth over the last
Why Acquiring SaaS Companies Is A Lot Like Real Estate Investing
The more people I pitch about our acquisition fund, the more I like comparing what we do to real estate investing.
I received a question on Twitter I thought might be useful for everyone to see the answer to. Disclosures: I'm
To buy a SaaS company, you often comb through hundreds (if not thousands) of listings from acquisition marketplaces. Here's a list of the acquisition marketplaces, what they're good for, and how best to use them.
Should I Acquire A SaaS Business With $0 Revenue?
Knowing what you want out of an acquisition is half the battle. If you're just looking to acquire cashflow, then the answer is easy: no. Don't buy anything with $0 in revenue because you're in the business of buying revenue!
How much money does it take to start acquiring companies?
How much money does it take to start acquiring companies? A lot less than you might think. Try with a $5k maximum and get your feet wet before getting into bigger deals.