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HELSINKI, FINLAND. June 21st, 2023. saas.group announces the acquisition of AddSearch, the leading provider of hosted website search solutions. AddSearch offers a solution which helps customers improve website conversion rate, customer experience, and customer support.
HELSINKI, FINLAND. June 21st, 2023. saas.group announces the acquisition of AddSearch, the leading provider of hosted website search solutions. AddSearch offers a solution which helps customers improve website conversion rate, customer experience, and customer support.
All too often, founders are overwhelmed by how exciting but also nerve-wracking the acquisition and everything about it can be. They want to make sure the deal closes at the highest possible price, but it’s also important to find a good acquirer.
PARIS, FRANCE. Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023.saas.group announces the acquisition of Beekast.
It’s been a few years now that content has been the reigning king of Internet land. It’s an essential tool to help SaaS brands attract potential customers, establish thought leadership, and create brand awareness
Not every business owner begins with the end in mind. Many unexpected events can derail your thinking, leaving you in a position to consider selling for long-term success.
BERLIN, GERMANY, Monday April 3rd, 2023. saas.group announces the acquisition of zenloop, the leading customer experience management (“CXM”) platform for mid-sized and large enterprises in the DACH region and beyond.
There’s definitely more than one way to do keyword research for SaaS blogs. But we rarely see posts that dive deep into the pros, cons, and other important things that SaaS brands should consider.
It’s a common narrative that you can’t bootstrap your business off of SEO, but the reality is actually different.
Founders, especially first-time founders who’ve managed to get some revenue under their belt pretty early on, don’t want to do the boring job of keeping track of the metrics.