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In August 2016 I left my job to create Metorik, an analytics and management tool for WooCommerce.
Here I'll share
Metorik's journey with you, providing an intimate look into what goes on at Metorik from start to
- Bryce (@bryceadams)
Growth is often regarded as the ultimate metric, until it isn't. Here's my reasoning behind growing with purpose.
October 11th, 2019
This is a post I never thought I'd write, but now that it's written, I'm excited for what it could mean.
May 1st, 2019
December 18th, 2018
November 3rd, 2018
A question I get asked daily is short and to the point: “What’s coming next, Bryce?” This time - stability.
April 9th, 2018
Birthdays are a good time to reflect. When mine came around a couple weeks ago, I realised that I wanted to do more good with Metorik.
One thing very difficult to do alone is prioritize. Deciding what should be worked on and in what order is a constant struggle for me. But as 2018 beings, it's become essential, and fortunately, I'm making progress.
Very quickly after Metorik went live, I had my first customer with more than one store sign up - that quickly became a problem. Here's how I solved it.
I've been feeling quite sentimental recently. Time often does that to you. Tomorrow it will mark one year since I did something most would consider crazy - left a pretty great job at Automattic to build my own product from scratch.
I've never been much of a 'marketer'. Shipping - creating a product and getting it live - has never been an issue. But actually getting people to use and pay for my products has always been difficult.
July 15th, 2017
I get asked a lot about where Metorik came from. Given my past, having worked on WooCommerce at Automattic, it's a good, valid question, and something I'd love to answer here.
March 19th, 2017
“Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” That quote has been on my mind the past few days and never has it been so relatable.
I've been giving some thought recently to how I should define success for Metorik. Is it revenue? It is hiring? Or is it something greater than all of that?
January 20th, 2017
January 15th, 2017
Often I get asked how this site - Metorik.com - is made, and why I made certain decisions like splitting it up from the Metorik App. Here I explain why, how, and some of the issues I ran into along the way.
Starting something new is scary. I've done it quite a few times now, especially with products, but Metorik is my first attempt at building something from scratch that I would be completely dependent on. Where failure wasn't really an option.
December 22nd, 2016
November 2nd, 2016
October 1st, 2016
Since leaving Automattic a month ago, I’ve spent almost every waking hour building Metorik. From the moment I wake up to the late hours I go to sleep, it’s been my sole focus. I’m not complaining – it’s making me happier than I’ve ever been.
August 20th, 2016