How to get your first 10 paying customers
Steve McLeod
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I don’t know what to think about this. Many entrepreneur say that you see very early if your product will get traction or not, I saw that too with my only 1 product that was successful, all other products that struggled at the beginning struggled after 1–2 years as well.

I must admit, I’m also on the struggle to get traction side like you, I have lots of competition, I’m in B2B and selling to SaaS companies a product that solves a specific problem that not many of them have is not an easy job, in fact it’s much harder than expected even with some experience under my belt.

Not giving up is the key, but you will always wonder what if I started this other idea instead, would I get my first 100 clients in 1–3 months like a few others did instead of grinding for every user?

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