Tally works on the freemium model - which means most of it’s features are free. But when you’re on the free plan, and you create a form with tally, you cannot set a custom domain or remove the Tally logo.
So when you share your form with someone, Tally gets free marketing.
Freemium is a tough model to crack, because you may end up attracting too many freeloaders and not enough premium users. It’s very risky.
But if your product has inherent shareability - like the mere act of using it will lead to it spreading to more people, then you can give it a shot.
I was a big fan of running multiple projects in parallel.
But I realize that if 1 of your projects is doing better than others, then you'll be stupid to NOT double down on it.
As my SaaS product (Elephas) is gaining traction, and doing better now (way better than any of my other projects), it needs more time and focus.
I'd be a fool if I don't give it that. I’ve had to make a few tough decisions because of this.
I wrote a short reflective post on Twitter about this. Do take a look -
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