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The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

The main goal of starting as a product-led organization is that we were able to get the product used by more users than if we had started as sales-led. In addition, giving users a free product to use eliminates a barrier to entry – pricing. 

From there, we received real insights into the needs of our users. This feedback showed us how to deliver value from our product to the user quicker. Finally, the word got out that we had a great product, and more users came to try the product through the freemium model and became paying users.


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