Author: Brian Balfour & Fareed MosavatSubscribed: 71Played: 403
Tired of interview podcasts? Us too. That's why we created Unsolicited Feedback - the podcast that should have come out 5 years ago, but we're making it anyway. In this podcast, Brian Balfour (Reforge, HubSpot), Fareed Mosavat (Reforge, Slack) and friends provide unfiltered feedback on the products they actually use, along with key product lessons.
Essentially, we're taking the conversations that happen between experts at invite-only happy-hours and delivering them to the podcast platform of your choice.
Although no one asked for their opinions, they're sharing them. It's like eating Goodles when you want Kraft Mac n Cheese, or Olipop when you want Pepsi - it feels wrong, yet so right.
Each week, they analyze recent announcements, features, and releases across product and growth. The hosts make predictions about where Threads and Twitter will be in a year, and analyze unparalleled growth loops at LinkedIn. They give respect where it's due, but also deliver tear-downs when the writing’s on the wall. Sorry, not sorry!
Chris Savage Analyzes InVision's Downfall, Reviews Humane’s Product Reveal, and Discusses the OpenAI Drama
Laura Schaffer Dissects Cameo's Rise and Fall; Plus New Benchmarks for Companies in 2024
Cem Kansu Analyzes the Implications of OpenAI's DevDay and Airbnb's Release Strategy
Austin Hay Examines What's Next for HubSpot's Newest Acquisition, Clearbit; Plus a Defense of Freemium
Darius Contractor Joins to Unpack Arc's Viral Loops and Show the Slack Redesign Haters They’re Wrong
Crystal Widjaja Unlocks the Secrets of Unmeasurable Metrics and Extracts Lessons from Convoy's Downfall!
Patrick Campbell Joins for a Growth Model Breakdown of Loom, Plus Patrick Campbell’s Pricing Corner
Claire Vo Tackles Monetization Strategy for AI Businesses and Protecting the Super ICs in Product
Ravi Mehta Analyzes the Switching Costs from Jira to Linear, Plus Unity's Pricing Faux Pas
Casey Winters' Take on HubSpot's Product Announcements, the Creator Economy & the Future of Marketplaces
Adam Fishman talks Figma for Devs, Zoom’s COVID product strategy, and Twitter's Creator Payouts
Unsolicited Feedback on Twitter/X's Outpouring of Product Changes and the Impact of YouTube Shorts on Its Core Business.