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  1. zander1983

    Building software as a service company and guessing each step

    Yes we have a plan for a limited free tier (to collect more data to prime AI algorithms), premium tier for individual users, and enterprise tier for Unis and Labs. This is all still theoretical, no idea if they'll pay. I hope to be live with new version in 3 months so ill post the results here...
  2. zander1983

    Building software as a service company and guessing each step

    You've hit the nail on the head - the real revenue stream we see is providing a service to pharma companies running drug trials (drug treatments usually affect the blood picture). We actually only thought of this last week. You're right, there is enormous money in the area. 50k, interesting...
  3. zander1983

    Building software as a service company and guessing each step

    Good point about trying to quantify about how much time/resources can be saved by using the software rather than just looking at Grammarly and copying their price. I'm gonna do that and post that I find back here. Yes at the moment the software is free to use - and I've had plenty of "thanks...
  4. zander1983

    Building software as a service company and guessing each step

    Thanks for feedback. I looked at my user base - mainly University researchers - and looked at other pricing models aimed at them e.g. Grammarly and copied them. No I have zero revenue, paying for everything out of my own pocket. Since reading Unscripted, I've quit my pension contributions and am...
  5. zander1983

    Building software as a service company and guessing each step

    Not sure if this is the best sub-forum for this. Let me know if not and I'll move it... Anyway, 6 years ago I became interested in a really really niche area of medical software (the area is called flow cytometry) after a doctor friend said they were frustrated with the current software...
  6. zander1983

    INTRO why i joined

    Thanks. Yeah that is correct - business 2 can reap immediate returns. Business 1 is more long term and will be slower with returns.
  7. zander1983

    What should we sell an audience of sports fans (mostly male) between ages of 20 and 55

    Thank you, don't know anything about Russell Brunson or ClickBank but i'll get researching;)
  8. zander1983

    What should we sell an audience of sports fans (mostly male) between ages of 20 and 55

    My friend is a journalist who has built up an audience of approx 50,000 through various social media channels. We're in Ireland and he covers the 2 major local sports called gaelic games (hurling and football). He is probably the most well known and well-connected journalist in the country...
  9. zander1983

    INTRO why i joined

    Hi all, never heard of this community until about 2 weeks ago having seen some forum threads from here posted on the Bulldog Mindset Facebook group. I just started to read Unscripted. I'm 37 years old, Irish and am a software engineer. I've always wanted to work for myself but have tended to...

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