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How to Create SAAS (Software as a Service) Apps WITHOUT Programming

When you have your own software products, it opens up a wealth of possibilities: you can sell it directly, get affiliates to sell it for you, give it away as a bonus and beat other affiliates, and use it as a lead magnet.

An important fact: while software you download and install has high perceived value, SAAS (Software as a Service) is the ultimate winner.

…but is it possible to create SAAS products without any programming?

Very much so!

When I first saw SaaSet by Andie Brocklehurst 3 years ago and how beautifully it worked, I immediately wanted it.

It was only available as a subscription, though, and while it was definitely worth it, I just had too many other commitments at a time.

Well, guess what – Andie is doing a promo, allowing you to get the latest, greatest SaaSet version in a single payment, super-low compared to the value of the software, and it even includes the hosting of your SAAS projects.

What Kind of Apps You Can and Cannot Create?

It’s great to have your own software line of products, but what kinds of apps you actually can and cannot create with SaaSet with no programming whatsoever?

No, you cannot create a new Photoshop or Premiere…

…but you can create a plethora of apps that are truly appreciated and make people’s life easier, such as:

  • Site builders
  • Landing page makers
  • Mobile site makers
  • Calculators (weight loss tools, financial planning tools, etc)
  • WordPress plugin branding tools
  • Headline writing tools
  • Chrome extension makers
  • Report writers
  • PLR branding tools
  • Sales letter creators
  • Exit pop-up generators,
  • …and much more.

Creating your own SAAS apps is easy, you do NOT need any programming knowledge, just follow the video tutorials…

…and SaaSet also hosts your creations, so you do not need your own server.

Cross-Platform

SaaSet is truly cross-platform. The project-building is simple, and the projects run on all modern browsers, on Windows, Mac, Linux, as well as web-connected tablets and smartphones including iPads, Android and Kindle Fire.

Can You Always Tell Fluff from Quality? My 2 Cents…

Looking at the latest product launches, I’d have to say some of them are incredibly persuasive, and certainly know how to push your emotional buttons.

OK, I get it… looks do matter. However, when they put 95% of their time and effort into creating the perception of quality, and 5% into actually providing the quality, this does not sit well with me.

To answer the question, I certainly cannot always tell whether something will live up to the expectations or not. There were cases when I purchased software that promised blue sky, only to land me into a mucky swamp…

…which is why I more and more rely on the reputation of the authors and on recommendations of people I trust, to help me make the right decisions.

When it comes to SaaSet, it’s the brainchild of Andie Brocklehurst, a person of rare honesty and integrity. After I’ve purchased SaaSet, I can confirm what I’ve already known: he’s the guy who spends 95% of his time and effort creating and perfecting the software so that we get to use it with ease, and 5% on his marketing message.

It’s the opposite of the substance-poor fluff I’ve been seeing lately…
…and I love it!

More Info and Licensing

When it comes to recommending software, I am very cautious, but on this occasion without any reservations, I can tell you: watch the SaaSet showcase video, and get it

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