Growing SaaS revenue is hard.
Most people default to expensive ads to try and get more customers.
And they end up spending a bunch of money with nothing to show for it.
Others beat themselves up doing manual work week after week on it.
What if there was a better way?
One that doesn’t cost anything and can be put on auto-pilot.
You can do the upfront work on a weekend and set it and forget it.
What you need is a repeatable growth playbook to get in front of your ideal customer.
I’m here to share it with you.
My How to Buy a Small Business course has been a bit hit and a lot of fun to keep improving.
I’ve loved helping people make the jump from being an employee to being an owner.
The freedom once you taste it is priceless. You never go back.
But the reality is buying a business is really only the first step in the process.
Growth and operations are where I spend the vast majority of my time.
We generally only buy a few companies a year (Hopefully we can scale this up soon!). Then we spend the rest of our time working to improve them.
Along those lines, I get a lot of questions on what to do post-acquisition.
Vista Equity is famous for its closely guarded growth playbook. At Verne, we have a similar playbook of exactly what we do post-acquisition. And lucky for you, I’m not a big secrets guy.
This is a playbook we have honed over many years to get our first B2B customers and scale the process.
So here it is everything in our playbook.
I’ll continue to add and improve as things inevitably change.