Episode 6: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Geoff From Outseta

In this episode, I am hosting Geoff Roberts from Outseta. Outseta is the only all-in-one platform offering fully integrated CRM, subscription billing, and customer messaging tools. Geoff is an amazing CEO and conversationalist. We discussed how he built his startup and what he thinks about the growing no-code trend.

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who is Geoff Roberts and his background?
  • What is Outseta?
  • How Outseta can be used for Growth Marketing?
  • Biggest challenges he faces in his role and how he overcomes them
  • What does he think about the No-code Trend?
  • Which No-code tools he is using for growth marketing, and how he is using them?
  • His dream No-code tool
  • Advice for the new entrants to SaaS Growth Marketing

Notes From This Episode:

No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Google Workspace: is a collection of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed and marketed by Google.
  • Trello: helps teams work more collaboratively and get more done.
  • Stripe: Online payment processing for internet businesses.
  •  Rewardful: A simple way for SaaS companies to setup affiliate and referral programs with Stripe
  • Circle: Bring together your discussions, memberships, and content. Integrate a thriving community wherever your audience is, all under your own brand.

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Episode 5: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Henrique From Rows

In this episode, I am hosting Henrique Cruz from Rows. Henrique is the Head of Growth at Rows. Rows is a spreadsheet with superpowers and super cool branding. You must check it, and I think it’s a no-brainer, no-code growth tool.

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who is Henrique Cruz and his background?
  • What is Rows?
  • How Rows can be used for Growth Marketing?
  • Biggest challenges he faces in his role and how he overcomes them
  • What does he think about the No-code Trend?
  • Which No-code tools he is using for growth marketing, and how he is using them?
  • His dream No-code tool
  • Advice for the new entrants to SaaS Growth Marketing

Notes From This Episode:

No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Rows: Combine the power of a spreadsheet with built-in integrations from your business apps. Automate workflows and build tools that make work simpler. 
    Substack makes it simple for a writer to start an email newsletter that makes money from subscriptions.
  • Notion: A new tool that blends your everyday work apps into one. It’s the all-in-one workspace for you and your team.

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Episode 4: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Marten From Flourish

In this episode, I am hosting Mårten Andersson from Flourish. Marten is the CEO of the Flourish, a tool that allows managers to become better at managing their teams by feedback collection through Microsoft Teams, Slack, or Facebook Messenger.

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who is Mårten Andersson and his background?
  • What is Flourish?
  • How Did He Built His Company with Non-Technical Background?
  • Biggest challenges he faces in his role and how he overcomes them
  • What does he think about the No-code Trend?
  • Which No-code tools he is using for growth marketing, and how he is using them?
  • His dream No-code tool
  • Advice for the new entrants to SaaS Growth Marketing

Notes From This Episode:

No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Easy automation for busy people. Zapier moves info between your web apps automatically, so you can focus on your most important work
  • UserGuiding: Create interactive product tours, user onboarding guides in minutes without coding. Improve your SaaS onboarding in minutes.
    Mailchimp is the All-In-One integrated marketing platform for small businesses, to grow your business on your terms.

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Episode 3: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Arun From Thunkable

In this episode, I am hosting Arun Saigal from Thunkable. Arun is the CEO of Thunkable, a no-code platform that allows you to build any app you can dream about without coding. We discussed how Thunkable empowers non-technical users to create their dream apps and start a business and what Arun thinks about the growing no-code trend?

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who is Arun Saigal, and his background?
  • What is Thunkable?
  • How Thunkable empowered non-technical people to build apps?
  • What is the biggest challenge Arun faces in his current role?
  • What Arun thinks about the growing no-code trend?
  • Arun’s advice for newcomers to the no-code space

Notes From This Episode:

No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Dreamweaver Quickly create and publish web pages almost anywhere with web design software that supports HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and more.
  • Wix offers an excellent drag-and-drop site builder to create small websites.
  • Squarespace is the all-in-one solution for anyone looking to create a beautiful website.
  • WordPress is open source software you can use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app.

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Episode 2: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Aaron Kraal

In this episode, I am hosting Aaron Krall. A well known SaaS conversion strategist, storyteller, and video marketing specialist. We discussed what he thinks about the no-code trends and listened to his advice for the new entrants to the SaaS growth space.

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who is Aaron Krall and his background?
  • What is he currently doing?
  • The biggest challenges he faces in the SaaS world
  • His view on the no-code trend
  • Which no-code tools he is currently using?
  • His biggest failure in the growth marketing space
  • Aaron’s dream no-code tool

Notes From This Episode:

You can find more about Aaron from here: https://aaronkrall.io
No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Easy automation for busy people. Zapier moves info between your web apps automatically, so you can focus on your most important work.
  • Stripe is a technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet. Businesses of every size—from new startups to public companies—use our software to accept payments and manage their businesses online.
  • Payfunnels is easy and flexible to use within seconds. Accept recurring and one-time online payments.
  • WordPress is open source software you can use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app.

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Episode 1: SaaS Growth Whisperers With Vukasin From Lemlist

In this episode, I will be hosting Vukasin Vukosavljevic. He is currently the head of growth at Lemlist, and he is one of the team’s star members. Vukasin helped Lemlist to achieve over $2m ARR in a short span. We discussed which no-code tools he used to build his growth marketing arsenal.

What Did We Discuss In This Episode?

  • Who Is Vukasin Vukosavljevic and his background?
  • What is Lemlist?
  • What is his role at Lemlist?
  • Biggest challenges he faces in his role and how he overcomes them
  • What does he think about the No-code Trend?
  • Which No-code tools he is using for growth marketing, and how he is using them?
  • His dream No-code tool
  • Advice for the new entrants to SaaS Growth Marketing

Notes From This Episode:


No-code tools he mentioned:

  • Webflow empowers designers to build professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas.
  • Dux-Soup it’s easy to find, attract and engage with your prospects on LinkedIn.
  • Google Optimize is a free website optimization tool that helped online marketers and webmasters increase visitor conversion rates and overall visitor satisfaction by continually testing different combinations of website content.
  • Elementor is the best FREE WordPress Website Builder,
  • Easy automation for busy people. Zapier moves info between your web apps automatically, so you can focus on your most important work.
  • Pipedrive is the easy-to-use, #1 user-rated CRM tool.

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Introduction

Hello there I am John Ozuysal, Growth Manager of UserGuiding. I come from an investment banking background and later entered the world of startups a co-founder in 500 Startups company. I am someone with zero technical background, I am only good at excel thanks to investment banking, but this won’t make me a technical person. When I entered the world of startups, I was fascinated with growth marketing, and I always wondered can someone with no technical background become good at growth marketing? I found out that some no-code tools help me out tremendously in my growth marketing efforts. I want to do this podcast to learn more about how people are using no-code tools with their growth marketing efforts.