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Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to capitalize on new opportunities, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personal revenue-generating machines. The future is indie!
 
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.
 
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Default Alive

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Default Alive

Corey Haines & Chris Spags

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Two founders share an unedited look at what it's like to bootstrap a startup through weekly updates. Chris Spags is the founder of Jetboost, a suite of no-code plugins for Webflow. Corey Haines is the founder of Swipe Files, a membership site for marketers built with no-code tools. They chronicle their journeys getting to and staying "default alive": profitable, self-sustaining, with infinite runway.
 
Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs who are bootstrapping web startups and believe in order to achieve success, we must learn by doing. Interviews with bootstrapped entrepreneurs and case studies in building profitable businesses.
 
Brian Casel (@casjam) and Jordan Gal (@jordangal) share their raw and real behind-the-scenes of their entrepreneur journeys. From bootstrapping software startups to raising money to selling and exiting businesses, to growing teams and the emotional rollercoaster that is startup life. It's all here in Brian and Jordan's weekly(ish) updates.
 
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Britstrapped

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Nick Swan and Martin Judd

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Two Brits talking about bootstrapping their businesses and the challenges they face along the way. Occasionally drinking tea but never wearing bowler hats! Tune in and hear about a wide range of topics from software development, validating a software product, and marketing, to when is Nick going to start training for the London marathon ;o). There’ll be thrills and spills along the way. Don’t miss out, subscribe to the podcast feed so you can laugh and cry along with (or at!) us.
 
Unique business problems call for genius solutions. Go behind the scenes with today’s world-class leaders who dared to bring revolutionary ideas to life. Learn how they met their challenges head-on and how you can translate their lessons into your own real-world business success—whether you’re leading a start-up or Fortune 500 company. Host Manuj Aggarwal is the founder of TetraNoodle Technologies. When not interviewing industry leaders for Bootstrapping Your Dreams, he provides revolutionar ...
 
Bootstrapping Saas is a podcast where I document my attempts at getting to $10K in MRR with my Saas products as a one man show (designer, developer, marketer). I cover things like sales strategies, failed attempts, successful outcomes, lessons, and a few personal things here and there. Once in a while I bring in a guest where we talk The show is roughly prepared with bullet points, but mostly a free rain of thoughts with whatever is going on that week. The first 40 episodes have been mostly ...
 
All billionaires have one thing in common: they master the art of decision-making. Influential business thinkers like Charlie Munger, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk all have a collection of mental models that they call upon when needed. In each episode, we discuss and apply powerful mental models and frameworks in real world scenarios so that you can add them to your problem-solving toolkit. Come join us!
 
A podcast about what is really like to bootstrap a company! My name is Tiago and I quit my job to focus on building a startup. Join me as I make the mistakes that you can avoid and have conversations with other entrepreneurs from all backgrounds and countries. There are no ads in this podcast! Join our community
 
WP-Tonic is a podcast for WordPress professionals and Bootstrap SaaS startup entrepreneurs. We cover a wide number of areas with our main show. We interview some WordPress and startup entrepreneurs and other online experts who, with their insights, can help you build your online business with a focus on marketing automation (MA). WP-Tonic is produced by Jonathan Denwood, the force behind WP-Tonic, one of the longest-running WordPress podcasts. Each episode brings you valuable insights with o ...
 
The No 1 Independent Business Podcast in Ireland. To build a successful business you must be willing to try and fail repeatedly. Each week I sit down with Ireland's most interesting entrepreneurs and discover how they experiment and grow their business. We uncover the secret ingredients behind every successful business and the harsh lessons learned from their failures. If you dream of being an entrepreneur or are already running your own business, this podcast will transform how to think abo ...
 
I’m Diane Tarshis, and I help entrepreneurs build successful businesses and secure funding. Without a clear plan or expert guidance, it takes most new businesses 5-10 years to become truly successful — and 50% won’t even make it that long. I’m here to help you do it in half the time (or less). How? By distilling your business ideas, goals, and initiatives into a crystal clear plan and actionable steps. Visit startupdistillery.com to learn more.
 
Marketing without a huge budget? Bootstrap Marketing is the podcast that helps your business by showing you free tools that are available online! Short and to the point, you can listen to one episode and immediately go and test out these new tools and tips to boost your Business or freelancing knowledge. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bootstrap-marketing/support
 
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The SaaS Venture

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The SaaS Venture

Aaron Weiche & Darren Shaw

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Sharing the adventure to lead and grow bootstrapped SaaS companies through experiences, challenges, wins and losses. Hosted by Aaron Weiche of GatherUp and Darren Shaw of Whitespark. In this current world of "unicorn" , VC funded software companies that have to IPO or get acquired for $1B, we'll spend our time on the bootstrapped, profitable, growing SaaS sector we operate in and share our insights and experiences.
 
Indie Worldwide is where indie hackers come to meet other indie hackers. Every week we interview a successful startup founder, indie maker, or bootstrapper and find out how they did it. Each episode is packed with actionable growth strategies and proven tactics for building your indie startup. Catch our recorded interviews here, or check out one of our multiple monthly live meetups: https://indieworldwide.co/ See you there 🌎🌍🌏 Hosted by Anthony Castrio
 
There are many important topics in the world that the every day person needs to learn about. Unfortunately, most people don’t have the time to explore these topics on their own. My aim is to have easily digestible conversations with experts that will help give you the nudge to start digging into the subjects that are meaningful to you. From economics, business, real estate, investing, bitcoin, politics, and much more - you’re going to hear me pick the brains of thought-leaders, CEO's, politi ...
 
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There is a huge difference between building a product, a business, and a company. It's a progression from one to the other, usually involving making significant changes in your life. Requirements change, and so does our lifestyle to make our dreams possible. Ideally, we have a master plan on how to get there. But in reality, we have to pay bills, t…
 
I'm the guest on my own podcast! A year ago, Ben Pages joined my company, Feature Upvote, to be our marketing manager. Ben had questions about the early days of Feature Upvote, and how this product came to be. He also wanted to know the origin of my low-stress approach to running a business. We thought, why keep this conversation to ourselves? Why …
 
Apple is actually going to start its own ads platform, and they are going to start showing ads to Apple product users. So Apple obviously has become a huge powerhouse when it comes to gaining the attention of people. Now, the thing is that last year, Apple made a change in their policy they stopped sharing detailed information about consumers, with…
 
#738 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & SaaS Special Guest Artur Grabowski of Extendify A Mission To Improve The WordPress User Onboarding Experience WordPress is an open-source platform that powers over 40% of the web. WordPress is becoming the de facto operating system of the web and is supported by a massive ecosystem surrounding the platform. Wh…
 
Dave Molenda, CPBA, CPDFA, CPEQA is the founder of Positive Polarity, LLC, a Midwest based coaching/training firm that brings solid growth to companies from over 30 years of real-world experience where he grew his business to $10,000,000.00 in annual sales before selling it. He speaks regularly at conferences around the country on topics that are d…
 
E5: When does it make sense for you to bootstrap your business? And when should you raise funding? We're talking about the classic question of bootstrapping vs. fundraising. After making this important decision myself, these are the main considerations that you need to know and they may not be what you think. *** TOPICS: Stakeholders Deciding Your …
 
Our obligatory take on Twitter in the Elon era. Also: SEO, board meetings, and growth targets. What are your thoughts on Twitter in the time of Elon? How do you run your board meetings? When it comes to growth targets, where do you focus your energy? If you have any questions, comments, or topic ideas for Bootstrapped Web, leave us a message here “…
 
Kyle Gawley is the founder of Gravity, which he’s bootstrapped to over $25k p/m. In 2012, he scaled a vc-backed company, called Get Invited, to $5m in sales, before a near-death experience made him rethink how he lived his life. Now, Kyle is travelling the world building his bootstrapped SaaS. Let’s find out how he did it. Join the Indie Bites memb…
 
Topics: Rick gives an update on open enrollment Tyler talks about some upcoming product launches including the new Zapier integration Rick is refining his Adwords approach Rick is starting to think about 2023 Tyler talks about project management LACRM had a CRM Coach culture refresh We talk about the recent wave of AI innovation…
 
Criona Tully, the founder of Capella, joins Gary Fox for this week's The Entrepreneur Experiment podcast. The world of hybrid work is a nightmare problem for many businesses but for Criona, it was the spark of opportunity. Founded during the pandemic, Capella is solving the challenge of managing a hybrid workforce. Criona reveals insider informatio…
 
Marc was a part of the recent Webflow marketplace launch, but the rush burned him out. Matt is getting inspired by AI businesses showing up in his facebook feed and contemplating an offer to be a technical cofounder. The guys discuss how to come back from burnout and moving away from building in public. Mentions: PowerImporter MemberRow PowerImport…
 
Today, I am talking to Jakob Greenfeld. I’ve been reading Jakobs blog posts for years now, and they’re as spicy as they’re thoughtful. There’s not a single post on there that feels unfinished. That’s quite impressive. Well, I think we’ll figure out why that is during our conversation. We’ll also chat about how to unlock critical thinking by writing…
 
Are they just lucky or do they actually know what they are doing? One of the members of a youtube channel I follow actually got a fully paid trip to space! One thing he said in that video really got me thinking about much luck plays a role in an entrepreneur's success. I will also reflect on a very interesting LinkedIn post by Shaan Puri, give you …
 
E7: How do you create that perfect customer experience? Also, should you ever fire your customers? What about the popular saying "the customer is always right"? Plus, I introduce a simple framework for customer service that will change the way you think about customer experience. *** TOPICS: Who is Your Customer? (1:36) A customer is any person or …
 
Colleen is ready to go all-in on Refine... and that means moving on from Simple File Upload. Huge thanks to all of our listeners who’ve become Software Socialites and support our show! You can become a supporter for $100 a year at softwaresocial.dev/supporters New supporters! Lynn Romich from Konbini Chris from Chipper CI The Daringly Handsome Kevi…
 
Noah has a chat with Damon Chen of Testimonial. Damon talks through his life as an indie hacker and how he has built Testimonial up to $30k+ MRR. Damon has been able to build Testimonial around his family which is his main focus. Noah and Damon chat a bit about what's next for Damon as he starts to grow a team. Damon Chen: https://twitter.com/damen…
 
In SaaS, speed matters. A lot. Benedikt Deicke, co-founder of Userlist, joins me to chat about shipping speed and how we decide what to build next. It’s too easy to get these essentials wrong! Watch this episode on YouTube Benedikt Deicke: Benedikt’s company, Userlist Benedikt on Twitter: @benediktdeicke Brian Casel: Brian’s company, ZipMessage Bri…
 
In today's Mentor Moment, Gary Fox chats with one of Ireland's best stock market investors, Emmet Savage from MyWallStreet. This episode will teach you two crucial lessons. 1. Why social proof & having strategic partners is a brilliant strategy. 2. Why Emmet almost gave away 20% of the company for a dollar & why he says you should too! Contact Gary…
 
The Infinite Banking Concept (IBC) is one of the very few subjects that I’m eager to share with as many people as possible. This was a very all-encompassing conversation with Michael Sidhu, a veteran with 26 years in the financial industry, and an IBC Practitioner. If you’re concerned about the monetary system, debasement of currencies, and believe…
 
In my conversation with Daniel Vassallo this week, I learned that Daniel uses social media —Twitter in particular— to find inspiration for his own work as a teacher and content creator. Intentionally doomscrolling Twitter to come up with writing prompts and business ideas? Why not! If we consider this a strategic effort, not just wasting our time o…
 
Data is the new oil, it's the new gold. And if your company is not leveraging data to secure your future, then you're missing out your competition is going to take you over, look around. See, which are the biggest companies most profitable companies around Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. All these companies are actually data companies. The…
 
Rob Horgan from Velo Coffee Roasters sits down with Gary Fox to share his journey from cafe owner to the coffee roasting king. From humble beginnings, Velo is now one of the most recognisable and widely sold coffee brands in Ireland. In this episode, Rob shares his entire journey from his cafe in Cork city to being stocked in major supermarkets and…
 
Today, I am talking to Daniel Vassallo, writer, founder, and person with very strong opinions. He is building a portfolio of small bets in public, on Twitter. I will talk to him about the importance of making money in diversified ways, how to structure your life around being a founder, and how to figure out which business ideas might actually work.…
 
E6: What do Patagonia and Richard Branson have in common? Likewise, how about Amazon and Elon Musk? We'll compare these two companies and two remarkable billionaire entrepreneurs. I'll also discuss strategies on how to differentiate yourself when you're a bootstrapped company by referencing Seth Godin's purple cow concept. Last but not least, we'll…
 
Can you work part-time and still be an Indie Hacker? Well, yes! I have been focusing on finding short time projects that help me pay the bills while still having time to work on my projects. I will talk about this today and in addition, I will also give you an update on my projects (indie lottery and community). Today you will also hear the first s…
 
Colleen and her business partner Aaron give an update on Hammerstone (Refine) in this crossover episode. Huge thanks to all of our listeners who’ve become Software Socialites and support our show! You can become a supporter for $100 a year at softwaresocial.dev/supporters Lynn Romich from Konbini Chris from Chipper CI The Daringly Handsome Kevin Gr…
 
In the Lab today, I reveal the personal health journey I've been on since 2019. A set of blood results delivered bad news that would change how I lived my life and how I viewed the future. Find out how 1 afternoon in 2019 set me on a journey to live to 100. --- Contact Gary: https://bit.ly/mrgaryfox --- Proudly Partnered with Sage Visit Sage: https…
 
Ingo is back on the pod in this episode. Noah and Ingo talk about Noah's launches over the last week with the Product Hunt launch for Potion and the Potion widgets launch. Ingo talks about how he has been doing some testing for Mara and it's been a little stressful. Hope you enjoy this one! Thanks for following along. Mara: https://www.mara-solutio…
 
I could talk for days about music. So can Justin Jackson. So we geeked out on our favorite bands, documentaries, and how these experiences actually shape us as entrepreneurs (believe it or not!). Watch this episode on YouTube Justin Jackson: Justin’s company, Transistor Justin on Twitter: @mijustin Brian Casel: Brian’s company, ZipMessage Brian on …
 
In this week's Mentor Moment, we revisit episode 117 with Cillian Barry, founder of SportCaller. In February 2021, Cillian sold SportCaller to the US firm Ballys in a deal worth up to €40m. I asked Cillian how he knew it was time to sell and what it feels like to achieve your life goal. Enjoy this insight and many more on today's Mentor Moment. Con…
 
I was talking to Damon Chen, who built Testimonial.to to $400.000 in ARR this week, and at one point, he mentioned that he isn’t looking into selling his business just yet. Maybe even never. That got me thinking. While we all want to build sellable businesses, is there such a thing as selling too early? How can we determine when that phase ends and…
 
I chat with Maeva Cifuentes, founder and CEO of Flying Cat Marketing, an SEO and content marketing agency. We discuss Maeva's journey from freelance translator to CEO of a successful marketing agency. Maeva also shares with us some practical SEO tips. Mentioned in this episode: Maeva's company, Flying Cat Marketing Maeva on LinkedIn Product-led SEO…
 
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