Don’t have funding? Don’t have software skills? Don’t have [insert any other excuse here]? Dane Maxwell says he can teach you how to build a software company — based on his real-world experiences.
In this program, Dane teaches the step-by-step process he used to create a web app that does real estate transaction management.
You’ll learn how to find a profitable idea. How to test it. How to use a backdoor method for getting a hot designer, cheaply. How to get a top 10 developer to code your app for you. How to manage the development process, even if you can’t tell the difference between Python and Ruby. And how to get paying customers (using a marketing method that other founders I interviewed on Mixergy refused to reveal because it’s working too well for them).
About Dane Maxwell
Dane Maxwell is the founder of Paperless Pipeline, transaction management software system made painfully simple.
Sponsors I mentioned
Aytm – Imagine you have an idea for a new product; maybe it’s a mobile app for students, but you need feedback. You could ask your friends, but what if few of them are still students? What do you do? Aytm, “ask your target market,” is where you go to have surveys filled out by potential users. They’ll find the right people to take your survey for you and give you a beautiful, actionable report to show to potential investors or potential partners.
Assistly – Do you want to know a customer service secret that will actually wow your customers? Check out Assistly, where not only can your team respond to email in an organized way but it can field issues on Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms. It even comes with a built-in help center.
Walker Corporate Law – Scott Edward Walker is the lawyer entrepreneurs turn to when they want to raise money or sell their companies, but if you’re just getting started, his firm will help you launch properly. Watch this video to learn about him.