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I'll be writing more thoughts on startups and business as I #buildinpublic to grow my own businesses. Follow along 👉 @cambaughn

Startup founders have their own language to make their companies sound awesome.

I've interviewed with dozens of startups and they all say the same things.

Here are 9 things founders will tell you and what they really mean 👇
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If you're a business owner in the market for design services, jump on the waitlist here: design-friend.com
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If you're interested in following along and seeing how this all pans out, I'll continue to #buildinpublic and let you in on the good, the bad, and the ugly of buying and scaling businesses.

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I’m documenting my own journey as I #buildinpublic to scale up my own tech acquisitions.
If you're interested in hearing more learnings from my failed startups (or following along as I build my next tech business), follow me @cambaughn.

I'm sharing every step of the journey as I #buildinpublic
If you’re interested in keeping up with my journey as I #buildinpublic, you can follow me @cambaughn.

I’ll be sharing every step of the process here.

After failing to build two startups in the last three years, I decided to buy an existing business instead.

The SaaS business I bought is small, but the product is solid and there's a lot of room for me to focus on growth.

Here's why I decided to buy over build:
I made my first company acquisition via @microacquire in November 2021, and I'm sharing every step of the way as I #buildinpublic to scale up the business.

Here are all the threads I've written about my experience 🧵
If you're interested in keeping up with me as I #buildinpublic, follow me here! @cambaughn
I'm tweeting every step of my journey as I #buildinpublic and scale Translate Channels. Follow me @cambaughn to stay updated!
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I tweet about the future of tech and my own startup journey as I #buildinpublic to scale my own SaaS app.

After failing to build two startups in the last three years, I decided to buy an existing business instead.

The SaaS business I bought is small, but the product is solid and there's a lot of room for me to focus on growth.

Here's why I decided to buy over build:
If you’re interested in keeping up with my journey as I #buildinpublic, you can follow me @cambaughn.

I’ll be sharing every step of the process here.

After failing to build two startups in the last three years, I decided to buy an existing business instead.

The SaaS business I bought is small, but the product is solid and there's a lot of room for me to focus on growth.

Here's why I decided to buy over build:
If you want more thoughts like this, give me a follow!

I'm sharing lessons I'm learning from scaling a SaaS app I recently acquired as I #buildinpublic for the first time.
If you’re interested in a deep dive into the process of designing a new marketing site, running FB ads for the first time, or trying my hand at cold outreach, follow along!

I’ll be sharing every step of the journey as I #buildinpublic.
I should have another update in a few days, so if you’re interested, feel free to follow along as I scale up my first SaaS acquisition and #buildinpublic.
If you’re interested in following along as I scale my tech business and #buildinpublic, give me a follow!
If you’re interested in seeing how I resolve these problems and then really pour on the gas to grow this thing, give me a follow!

I’ll be documenting every step of the process as I #buildinpublic for the first time.
If you’re interested in keeping up with my entrepreneurial journey, give me a follow. I’ll be sharing my progress every step of the way as I #buildinpublic.

Here are a few of my previous threads to get you up to speed!

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After failing to build two startups in the last three years, I decided to buy an existing business instead.

The SaaS business I bought is small, but the product is solid and there's a lot of room for me to focus on growth.

Here's why I decided to buy over build:
I’ll be documenting the process here on Twitter as I #buildinpublic to scale up this business, so give me a follow to keep up-to-date!
6. SaaS acquisition

I acquired my first business just recently: a small SaaS app called Translate Channels.

This will be my first time trying to #buildinpublic as I scale up an existing product, so feel free to follow along!

After failing my last two startups, I just bought a SaaS business on @microacquire for $8k. The business currently does around $3k ARR, and there's a ton of room for growth.

Here's why I decided to buy Translate Channels, a Slack app that translates messages into 100+ languages: