In this guide, you'll learn step-by-step methods you can use to find SaaS ideas that people will pay for. Following that, you'll learn a few ways to validate your idea before you go out and build the product.
When I was starting out as a bootstrapped founder, this was the guide I wish I had. I've gone through plenty of failed products before finally starting Vocalmatic, a product that solves a real problem that people are willing to pay for!
If you're interested, I also wrote a post on Keyword Research For SaaS. Check it out if you're at that stage of your bootstrapped journey.
When starting out, I had no clue how to build a SaaS product. I would come up with ideas, most of them fun, but none of them were something people would pay for.
Over the course of a few years, I've developed an eye for spotting product ideas I could build that people would pay for. This came from observing how companies operated from within at my full-time job as a developer, to consuming tons of articles, videos, and blogposts online about starting a SaaS business.