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Bytecast 108: Marketing

How to market effectively and make the most of your budget Welcome to the Bytecast On the Bytecast we chat about everything involved with starting a business with tips and tricks along the way. How do you create a sustainable marketing campaign that engages with the right people. On this episode Adam and Stuart chat about ways to make sur…

Adam Gammell

Bytecast 107: Launching

The day is here, how to prepare and make your launch a success Welcome to the Bytecast On the Bytecast we chat about everything involved with starting a business with tips and tricks along the way. The launch of your project is a big day in the history of your startup. But don't worry, we talk about the things you should be thinking about…

Adam Gammell

Bytecast 106: Beta tests

Beta tests are a great way to get actionable feedback from your users Welcome to the Bytecast On the Bytecast we chat about everything involved with starting a business with tips and tricks along the way. Running beta tests is key to building any successful product. This week we discuss how to run effective tests and things to look out fo…

Adam Gammell

Bytecast 105: Building your product

Learn about the tools and tricks we use to build great products at 8bytes Welcome to the Bytecast On the Bytecast we chat about everything involved with starting a business with tips and tricks along the way. Starting the build is a big step. This week we talk about all the things you should have in place to make the development phase run…

Adam Gammell

Bytecast 104: MVP, Planning & Design Sprints

We figure out what MVP means, discuss effective product planning and explore design sprint workshops Welcome to the Bytecast On the Bytecast we chat about everything involved with starting a business with tips and tricks along the way. We've all heard about your minimum viable product, but what does it actually mean? Find out on this epis…

Adam Gammell