This week we continue our discussion with Chris Liscio about the lessons he’s learned in his ten years as an indie selling products like Capo and FuzzMeasure. We discuss pricing, the Mac App Store, selling to businesses, marketing, and more. Hear more of Chris’ thoughts about the software business on stage at the Release Notes conference this October!
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Show Notes & Links
- SuperMegaUltraGroovy – Chris’ software company
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