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About NicheSaaS

NicheSaaS is a regular subscription newsletter for developers who have the requisite skills to build a product but need a little inspiration on what to build. 

NicheSaaS delivers well-thought out commercial product ideas straight to your inbox 3 - 4 times a month. Each product idea is well researched and provides wire-frames, naming and pricing ideas as well as where to find your first 10 customers.

Every idea will be commercially viable with the potential to generate real revenues.

The idea is to start small in a particular niche and then take the idea “up market” as you grow.



About me

Over the last 10 years I’ve created iPad apps in New York, web apps in London and built and sold SaaS projects in Sydney. 

Currently I run Product at ClickView and help early stage startups find product market fit.

I am extremely passionate about identifying a niche problem and building a product with a singular focus on solving that one problem. This allows you to reach product-market fit quicker and to become a domain-expert, so you are always one step ahead of your competition.

I write NicheSaaS because I love sharing ideas for products and watching them go from opportunities to real-world revenue generating businesses.

I like tea, hip-hop and building products in that order.

What do I get when I subscribe?

  • Full access to all research for each idea including wire frames, naming and pricing ideas as well as where to find your first 10 customers

  • Access to the subscriber-only “Idea of the Week” 

  • Full access to the complete Archive of ideas.

  • Ability to participate in subscriber-only comments.

You can also give NicheSaaS as a gift here.



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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does it cost?

    • The full membership is $7 per month, or $70 per year.

  • Can I forward the emails?

    • When it comes to free posts please do share with anyone you think may find some value in them. Occasional forwarding of subscribers-only emails is also fine.