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March 23 · Issue #104 · View online
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Do you enjoy haikus? Here’s a very bad one:

Friday yet again.
Therefore it is I, Jói,
behind the keyboard.

Growth tip
Whenever I publish a new piece of content, typically a blog article, I have a long checklist of places to list it, promote it, syndicate it, etc. Quuu Promote is one of the absolute best ways I’ve found to get good distribution of my posts on social media. Quuu is a two-sided service; on the one side they curate useful content in tons of categories, and accept promoted posts if they meet their quality bar, and on the other side they help people keep their social media full of relevant and high-quality content - and a lot of the folks using it have thousands or tens of thousands of followers. It’s not free, but compared to any other paid form that I’ve tested, it’s extremely cost effective to get your stuff shared widely.
Tool of the week
Quriobot | Form-as-chat chatbot
Tools I actually used recently
SaaS You Later | Viability calculator for subscription businesses
Lemlist | Cold emails with personalized images
Tools discovered recently
Emailable | Automated Email Verification
Combin | Instagram growth
Countly | Product Analytics for Mobile, Web, Desktop and IoT
Socialman | Easy App for Social Media Giveaways
Articles for this week
IDEA – nonverbal algorithm assembly instructions
How to build a SaaS with $0
A 10-Step Checklist to Launch a SaaS Business With a Bang
Why Japan's Rail Workers Can't Stop Pointing at Things
That's it for this issue
Thanks for reading! This has been a busy week for me, attending a conference in London where we were demoing CrankWheel at our exhibition stand (typically one of our best lead generation activities). Getting back to the office and putting together the newsletter for you has been a nice break from all the hectic activity, planning and travel around the conference.
Have a great weekend!

P.S. If you’re looking for developers or designers, the two places I always recommend are Upwork and Toptal. Upwork is a bit hit and miss and it can take a while to find the right person, but can be cheaper, whereas Toptal is a fully vetted marketplace where you’ll normally get someone great right away - and if you don’t they have a money-back guarantee. If you’re in the market for developers or designers and end up checking out Toptal, do me a favor and use our affiliate link to help support the newsletter!
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