Articles covering a range of subjects including LMS software, e-Learning guides & techniques, and an in-depth look at the trials and tribulations of running a small, self-funded software as a service business.
03 Oct 2017
Fucking hell! September was a crazy month for BugMuncher, and not in a good way. Based on August, and how I knew I wouldn’t be dedicating much time to BugMuncher in September, I didn’t expect to have a very good month, but what I wasn’t expecting was my most active month in terms of subscribers.
04 Sep 2017
Well shit. I mean, it was bound to happen eventually, and considering that over the last two months BugMuncher hasn’t received a great deal of attention from me, I really shouldn’t be surprised. But happen it did. BugMuncher entered recession, I finished the month with a loss in Monthly Recurring Revenue for the first time since I started working on it full time:
31 Aug 2017
06 Jun 2017
In a speech following the terrorist attack in London last week, UK Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to “regulate cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremism and terrorism planning” and to ensure there is no “safe space for terrorists to be able to communicate online”. This statement shows just how out of touch and clueless the government is in these matters.
03 May 2017
Usually, I hate the phrase ‘emotional roller coaster’, but fuck me, was April an emotional roller coaster. It started well, really well, I was up $260 monthly recurring revenue in the first week! Then in the middle of the month things started to go down hill.
04 Apr 2017
March was a pretty decent month, loads better than February, but then that’s not really much of an achievement. This was my first month with the new pricing structure, and without the free plan, which definitely had an effect, and mostly it was for the better.