When launching a new SaaS product, most people Google their direct competitors to roughly understand the competitive landscape. While useful, this approach isn’t sufficient enough to create a long-term SaaS pricing strategy. For that, you’ll have to complete a competitive pricing analysis.
There are several online guides to help you pick a particular SaaS pricing strategy, but there are much fewer resources that discuss how to price SaaS software through updating and iterating your pricing like product development.
Your SaaS pricing strategy can make or break your startup.
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Below is a brief guest column Mike Trotzke, CEO of Cheddar, wrote for our local newspaper, The Herald Times. I thought you might be interested in checking it out. From limestone quarries and furniture factories to Indiana University and Cook Group, Bloomington’s economy has had a variety of drivers over the years. Now, we see […]