Capture the creator economy

Faster iterations coupled with perseverance is the best route to have a successful product — not sleek designs or scalable code.” 👆 That’s Spencer Fry ‘s number 1 insight after running multiple successful startups over the last 19 years.

Faster iterations coupled with perseverance is the best route to have a successful product — not sleek designs or scalable code.”
👆 That’s Spencer Fry‘s number 1 insight after running multiple successful startups over the last 19 years.
Spencer is the founder of Podia– A platform that helps creators sell digital products, courses, webinars, and even host communities.
Spencer started Podia in 2014, it was his first business that he ever raised VC money for.
5 years in, by 2020, Podia was profitable.
The reason for Podia’s success is Spencer’s spirit of perseverance and iteration.
And his obsession with customer research.
So much so that just in 1 year he spoke to 4000 people over live chat, webinars, and video calls.
This customer obsession manifests in the form of an extremely high NPS (Net Promoter Score) of 68.
Podia is clearly the OG in the crowded creator economy space.
There’s plenty to learn from the success of Podia.
Read on to see how Podia is well on its way to capturing the creator economy
Also find out –
– The 4 questions that Spencer asks during customer interviews.– Why raising funds instead of Bootstrapping– And how Podia is positioning itself in a crowded space.
Key lessons from Podia’s success📈-
– How Podia gets 1.5M+ backlinks.– How it targets 48 competitors with 1 strategy– And how Spencer achieved Founder Market Fit.
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