2016 year in review – Nelio Software

2016 Year in Review

We’ve finished the year and now it’s time to analyze everything that has happened in Nelio Software during 2016. Interested in knowing all the details?

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SaaS Billing Solutions

If you have or plan to have a Software as a Service (SaaS) business model you should have a platform for billing and manage all recurring payments. In this post we analyze some of the characteristics that you should take into account before choosing the one that is right for you and some interesting solutions you can find in the market.

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Sneak Peek at WordCamp Barcelona 2016

In just a couple of weeks WordCamp Barcelona edition 2016 will take place in our beautiful city. A lot of attendees are expected, so if you don’t have your ticket already, get one now before they’re all sold out!

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Nelio Content Marketing Plan VIII – Web Content

The purpose of this post is twofold. On the one hand, we’ll see the goals we set for our website and which types of content we need to fulfill them. On the other hand, I’ll share an estimate of the costs involved in developing this plan.

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Nelio Content Marketing Plan VII – SEO Strategy

Continuing with our marketing plan, in this post we explain our SEO strategy. This strategy involves a keyword research, deciding how we’ll use these keywords, defining our success metrics, and describing how we’ll measure and validate these metrics.


Nelio Content Marketing Plan VI – Webdesign

In this post, as part of our marketing plan for the launch of Nelio Content, we describe the request for proposal for the design of our new website. We also discuss some of the discussions we had during the design process.

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Nelio Content Marketing Plan V – Buyer Persona

In this post, the fifth in the series of posts in which we explain, step by step, our strategic and marketing plan for the launch of Nelio Content, we explain the process that has been followed to identify and create our buyer persona: the fictional portrait that helps us define our types of customers to know them better and to design actions focused on results.