August 15, 2019


What Is a "Launch", Really? w/ Ben Orenstein

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Jordan Gal Brian Casel
What Is a "Launch", Really? w/ Ben Orenstein
Bootstrapped Web
What Is a "Launch", Really? w/ Ben Orenstein

Aug 15 2019 | 00:38:52


Show Notes

With Jordan out of the studio, today our guest is Ben Orenstein. He is the host of the Art of Product podcast as well as Co-founder of the online tool, Tuple, which was built for remote pair programming on Macs (screenshare with audio). We talk about what makes an effective and splashy launch, hiring freelancers, and what I’m looking for in a web designer.

[tweetthis]"I think, part of the value of these podcasts is that you can hear the struggles (of bootstrap entrepreneurs)."-- Ben [/tweetthis]

Here are today’s conversation points:

  • The future of the podcast, and the regularity of posts
  • How podcasting helps people stay in touch
  • What is Tuple, who is it for, and what’s next for Tuple?
  • What does it mean to launch? What is the value of the beta phase?
  • Is a manifesto site like a launch? How you can have a “splashy” launch
  • We talk about how to use ProductHunt well and if it really works
  • We debate on how a website can keep up with the changes with a product launch
  • I talk about a web developer and if it’ll help bust through road blocks, my ideal picture, and the worry with outsourcing tasks
  • What I’m looking for in a web developer
  • Ben talks about the best way to get better at programming
  • What is the strategy for Tuple and ProcessKit, post-launch
[tweetthis]"I’m continuously questioning what it actually means to launch and what is the value of calling something ‘beta’?" --Brian [/tweetthis]

Resources Mentioned Today:

Ben Orenstein

The Art of Product Podcast


Product Hunt

ProcessKit Roadmap


Audience Ops

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