In this episode of Minnesota Hustle, Clay Collins sits down with Nate Grahek from StickyAlbums to learn how he has grown the service to 3,000 paying customers in 10 months since release. Questions posed include:
How have you been so successful at getting StickyAlbums out there?
What was the first StickyAlbum that you created?
How did you sell your MVP?
How did you scale the site development and replication?
What does your marketing campaign look like?
What local events have/do you attend?
Who is on your team?
Where do you see the future for you?
How could the Minnesota tech community improve?
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