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Essential Guide for Creating a SaaS Product Tour

  A great SaaS product tour increases time to value (TTV), feature adoption, and user retention. Do them well, and they feel totally seamless and natural, allowing your users to learn while exploring your product.  A bad product tour, on the other hand, can lead to confusion and frustration for your users. Worse still, it can fail to communicate your product’s value and end up harming user adoption, retention, and loyalty. In this article, we’ll show you how to drive product adoption with a SaaS product tour.  Key principles of an impactful product tour Image by freepik Before we dive into product tour best practices, it’s important to establish the key principles of any product tour. Keep these in mind as you plan out your product tour. #1. Simplicity Simplicity is at the forefront of any good product tour. Trying to cram everything that’s great about your product into one onboarding moment is a recipe for disaster. It’s best to keep things as streamlined and simple as possible. Don’t

How to Create an Interactive Product Demo with Usetiful

  The way that software is bought and sold has changed dramatically over the years. In the past, it was all about sitting down with the CEO or CTO and showing the potential impact on the business. These days, products need to speak to the actual software users. This development has changed the sales game significantly. An interactive product demo is ideal for this new era of software sales. For starters, they help you scale your outreach by providing automated sales demos wherever and whenever they’re needed. However, the most significant benefit is that the best way to market a great product is by letting your user see it in action.  Interactive demo software like Usetiful helps you unlock these benefits by providing a no-code, step-by-step interface that allows you to build powerful interactive sales demos. What’s more, Usetiful also lets you go one further by customizing your demos around the individual user.  But how do you do it? How can you build the self-serve demos that your pr