Short, bite-sized conversations with indie hackers that have started small, profitable and bootstrapped businesses. You'll learn how they come up with ideas, what they do to validate, find those first customers and make a sustainable income. Episodes every Tuesday and Friday.
How to build a brand for your indie product - Marie Ng, Llama Life
If you can build all the features in the world, why would you need a brand? My guest today, Marie Ng of Llama Life, tells you exactly how and why you should consider creating a brand.
Why you need a single focus (and ditch your portfolio of projects) - Chris Frantz, Loops
Chris Frantz is your agony aunt for your multiple projects. You've probably got multiple projects and it's just not working out. Chris is here to cut through your excuses and explain why you need to focus on a single thing to turn it into an actual business (and not just a hobby).
Growing Dependabot to $14k MRR before selling to Github - Grey Baker, Dependabot
I don't know how Grey fit everything in. Consulting firm > VC backed startup > cycling around the world > bootstrapped company > sold to one of the biggest companies in the world. This chap has lived several lives already.
r/SaaS moderator making $6k MRR with his own SaaS - CH Daniel, Simple.ink
Bootstrapped mogul CH Daniel shares his experience starting, building and acquiring multiple small businesses. He loves talking too, so does so on his pod; The Usual SaaSpects. What a guy.
Multiple successful exits to making lemonade - JR Farr, Lemon Squeezy
I speak with JR Farr, co-founder of Make Lemonade about his recipe for bootstrapped success (and how we can make MRR with our own lemonade stand).
Behind the success of Trends.vc - Dru Riley, Trends
I speak with framework based research extraordinaire, Dru Riley, about his route to success with Trends.vc.
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