Linking Paths’ week #394 has finished. This week I’ve met at least one person every single day what is far from usual for me. I’ve had lunch/dinner six times in a restaurant so I really need the weekend to purge my stomach.
In my way from restaurant to restaurant I managed it to continue with Bazaar’s implementation and even I had a meeting about the future of Payout, he payment gateway we are trying to build. Burocracy is taking us away from our goals of simplicity and wide availability which makes everything harder to the point we have doubts about the whole project.
Aitor has been working in Verkami and Bazaar. He has also do a great job supporting Stage’s users. This has been a grazy week in that front, with many more support request than usual. He has also been plannign his trip to Spain. We’ll meet some customers and talk about the future of their apps but also planning Linking Path’s and Stage next steps for the coming months.
My reading recomendation for the weeked is the post Why “saving money” and “ROI” are probably the wrong way to sell your product from Jason Cohen. A nice article that may help you on deciding how to market your products. Some times the obvious is far from prefect.
And one little note. I want to congratulate Jositajosi (Aitor’s side-business) for their 4th anniversary. Happy birthday Bego, Itxaso and Aitor!. Their are celebrating with a 15% off in all their products.