Micro-saas is quite a favourite topic here at bootstrappers.io, so I decided to look into the topic and see if I could find ten examples of Micro-saas businesses.
Firstly, what is a Micro-saas?
The definition of a Micro-saas according to Tyler Tringas is:
It is a software as a service business owned and operated by one person or a small team. These businesses are location-independent, high margin, low-risk with predictable recurring revenue.
As Tyler is writing a book on it, I am happy to go with his definition. Well except for the location-independent part I don’t think that is a requisite.
Although ‘smaller’ in scale, a micro-sass follows the same path as any software tool really. It can start from simple Google Sheet templates in the MVP stages and grow into a fully fledged software tool.
Here is a list of 10 Micro-saas businesses I found online and also where I found out about them:
A Simple Store Locator App, Install in minutes with no coding. Feature-packed and customizable.
The first and only App that lets you schedule everything (including Multi-Photo posts, Photo Albums, Videos and Offers) everywhere on Facebook (including Profiles, Pages, Groups and Events)
See everything that’s happening on your website—right now.
Tamboo shows you everything your analytics program can’t.
S3STAT is a service that takes the detailed server access logs provided by Amazon’s CloudFront and Simple Storage Service (S3), and translates them into human readable statistics, reports and graphs.
Archive Google Search Console Data. Google Search Console only displays 90 days of keyword and page data. SanityCheck is a tool that archives and stores this data for you.
Manage servers easily online. A distributed web based SSH platform for managing servers.
The simplest backend stack you ever used. Google Spreadsheets. Turn Google Spreadsheets into a REST API. Use it as a data store or CMS. Without setup, one click away.
Name: Send to my cloud
With Send To My Cloud, you can make a web page that lets people upload pictures, videos, PDFs, documents, proposals (and anything else you can think of) directly to your Dropbox or Google Drive.
Create online graphics in a snap. Whip up graphics for social media, ads, blogs, and more without Photoshop or graphic designers.
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