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Today Joe talks to Charles about his app MetaTax and the change in strategy that Charles is preparing for. We spend some time analyzing the performance of MetaTax, consider some theories for why MetaTax didn’t meet expectations, and discuss what Charles has planned to fix the issue.
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Show Notes and Links
- Release Notes #126: That’s My Starting Price – In which Charles describes the origin of MetaTax and why he chose that app concept over others.
- Release Notes #135: Sorta Cool, Sorta Creepy – In which we discuss facebook ads and Charles’ marketing efforts in support of MetaTax.
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