Thursday, July 14, 2016 [Tweets] [Favorites]

Pinboard Turns Seven

Maciej Cegłowski (via Manton Reece):

I’ve added revenue this year because I’m no longer afraid of competitors, and I’d like to encourage people who are considering doing their own one- or zero-person business. The site costs something like $17K/year to run, so you can make a good living at this artisanal SaaS stuff.

As you can see, most everything has been steady year-to-year for a while now. Revenue dropped a bit in 2015 (as I moved to an annual subscription system), then picked up substantially this year as the first wave of subscription renewals came due, and people had the option of renewing for multiple years.

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