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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!
 
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
 
If you want to hear from folks behind companies like HubSpot, Help Scout, Indie Hackers, startups.com, Castos, Jilt, Delicious Brains and Beaver Builder, you've come to the right place. Welcome to the WPMRR WordPress Podcast, a weekly show completely dedicated to bringing you the very best from the intersection of WordPress and monthly recurring revenue. Whether you're new to the WordPress community or a wily open-source veteran, join the founder and CEO of WP Buffs and The WPMRR Virtual Con ...
 
Hello interwebs, and welcome to The Indie Paradox. Your home for independent thought on the internet. Jay Caetano takes you on a weekly journey, thoroughly investigating a single independent mind from the internet each Monday, in his own cyber-culture way. Independent makers, creators, artists, designers, developers, musicians, politicians, hackers, conspiracy theorists, cryptozoologists and more – nothing is off limits if it’s interesting. Have some fun and learn something new with the Indi ...
 
A few years ago I caught the "entrepreneurial itch." I've been ferociously reading books, listening to podcasts, reading blogs, and being active in online communities. But the wantrepreneur in me is real. The reality is that it's hard. This is the honest account of myself — in all my struggles and learnings — as I work to become a full-time entrepreneur the indie hacker way. I talk about everything that I learn, all the projects I launch, and everything in between. If you’re obsessed with le ...
 
We sit down to chat with experts from all over the SaaS industry to explore their journey to where they are today. Their successes, their failures and everything in between. Produced by the very talented Alex Radford, and hosted by the much less talented Jon McGreevy, SaaSy as F**k aims to help anyone who wants to work in SaaS, or already does.
 
At Makerpad we teach people how to build software solutions without writing code. In this podcast, we will be talking to the founders of the no-code tools themselves, people like Vlad from Webflow Emmanuel from Bubble, and the founders and makers, professionals who are using tools and no-code solutions in their business to automate workflows, set up processes, and increase their productivity to allow themselves to be more creative at work. The no-code movement is so much more than building a ...
 
Join host Corey Haines as he explores marketing in all its facets and dimensions through conversations with honest marketers, entrepreneurs, and even people who don't consider themselves marketers at all. This podcast will help you get out of your echo chamber and create unique marketing by learning from vastly different types of people, strategies, and industries.
 
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.
 
Business Logic is a show for software developers to gain tactical, practical business knowledge. Join your host, Andy Qin, as he interviews luminaries in the tech industry to answer perennial questions that business-minded developers have, such as: • How can I convince more people of my ideas? • Should I get an MBA? • When should I work for myself? ...and many more. This show is intended to make you more effective at work by providing the business context for the products you work on.
 
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Today I'm talking to James Layfield (@layfield) a founder who put $3M of his own money into his company Clearfind. I want to find out how he pulled that off and how he's outsmarting the what he calls the "rigged-game" of Venture Capital. Check out Clearfind: https://home.clearfind.com/ Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/layfield…
 
Show notes: Links: Snohomish Centennial trail Indie Hackers AMA Intro CRM Full transcript: Starr: All right. Welcome back. Welcome back, everybody. So we took a little break. We're going to have her hot vax summer, but that- Josh: Hot vax summer. Starr: It turns out that was the mirage. It turns out that was a mirage. Josh: Well, it did reach 112 d…
 
On the show today is Jordan O'Connor. Jordan is the founder of Closet Tools, a web app that helps Poshmark sellers. I wanted to bring him on because Jordan has an inspirational story going from hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt to making over $40k per month as the solo founder of a software company. You'll hear about how just 5 …
 
Corey gets ready to ship the Tiny Marketing Ideas newsletter and record his talk for Ad World. Chris rants about chargebacks and other frustrations with operating a SaaS business. They also reminisce about recording the podcast for a year and how things have changed since the first episode. Ask us a question → Notable mentions: 1 year anniversary o…
 
It’s finally here! The WPMRR Virtual Summit 2021 is about to start! Joe shares today’s schedule and some exciting news to look forward to. Big shout out to all our sponsors this year. Some of our legacy sponsors include: GoDaddy Pro, WP Remote, GreenGeeks, Weglot, and Cloudways. Hop into the WPMRR Community and join our speakers as they discuss rel…
 
On the show today is Dave Schools. Dave is the first employee and Head of Marketing at Hopin. This is a bit of a different episode because Dave and I actually recorded this on a Twitter Space so the audio quality isn't ideal, but sometimes it's fun to have the raw audio. In fact, you might even hear some lightning! I wanted to bring him on because …
 
Show notes: Links: Bold Badgers NFT Mantis scooter Ridwell Write for Honeybadger Transcript: *note - this is an unedited automatically generated transcript with about 80% accuracy* Josh: So we really are we doing this, uh, super quick. Do we need to like speed up our voices? Artificially Ben: The chipmonk episode. Starr: There you go. No, we should…
 
Charlie Ward is the founder of Weekend Club, a remote co-working club for bootstrapped founders. Over the last few years he's grown the club to ramen-profitability and scaled to host multiple events every single week (weekdays too!). In this interview we discuss how to start your community, how to scale it, and how to empower your members to become…
 
Marc is seeing a big response to the launch of MemberRow and is interviewing beta customers. Matt has finished his big deliverable for his freelancing client and is returning to normal life. The guys discuss MemberRow and what the best course of action is for next steps. Mentions: PowerImporter MemberRow Webflow Get in touch! Marc’s Twitter Matt’s …
 
Baird is a 4x SaaS founder based in Charleston, SC. His background is in sales, marketing, and support. He bootstrapped and grew two SaaS companies to over $1M in ARR. When he isn't working on Churnkey's sales and marketing, he is on the water with his wife and daughter. What we covered in this episode: The big challenges faced when bootstrapping D…
 
On the show today is Cathryn Lavery. Cathryn is the co-founder and CEO of BestSelf, which went from zero to 8-figures in less than two years. I wanted to bring her on because she's successfully crowdfunded four products and they won Shopify’s Build a Business Competition in 2016 and the Build a BIGGER Business competition in 2017 — making BestSelf …
 
Corey is heads-down creating newsletter content and begins niching down to SaaS marketing. Chris and the Jetboost team kick off September on a shipping spree. They also talk about energy ebbs and flows and Intuit acquiring Mailchimp for $12B. Ask us a question → Notable mentions: Axios: Intuit Acquires Mailchimp for $12B How I Built This: Mailchimp…
 
In today’s episode, Joe talks to Miriam Schwab, the co-Founder and CEO of Strattic - an all-in-one static site generation and hosting platform that instantly optimizes WordPress by converting it to a static architecture. Content managers and marketers can continue to manage content in WordPress as usual, while developers get to bask in the glory (a…
 
Show notes Links: Hey Dumpster Fire Goatse.cx Full transcript: *This is an unedited automated transcript which is only about 80% accurate* Starr Yeah, well, sad news. Um I did not see my printing press last weekend because I I came down with a cold, it wasn't it wasn't covid, so don't worry, it's okay. Um But we're waiting for the test to come back…
 
Blake Emal is the CMO at Copy.ai, but it's not been a traditional route into that role. 8 years ago Blake was living in the South of France and when he moved back to the US, he had no idea what he wanted to do. As he spoke French, he landed a gig in the French team of an SEO firm. This was his first foray into marketing and he didn't intend to stay…
 
In this episode I talk to my buddy Julian Shapiro about proven growth tactics for a SaaS he's seen within Demand Curve. I also want to find out what he did to grow his own Twitter audience to over 200k in basically a year. We'll also dig into the details of a side project he and I have been working on. Listen to our new podcast: https://www.brainsp…
 
In today’s episode, we bring back Joe’s chat with the Founder and Director of Design TLC, Tara Claeys. As a seasoned website designer and developer with a marketing background going back over 25 years, she provides custom website and graphic design services, with a focus on creating effective, customized, user-friendly communication platforms for s…
 
Show Notes: Links: Micromort Noblesse oblige Josh's dotfiles GitHub Code Spaces Full Transcript: Ben: Yeah. I've been holding out for the new MacBook Pros. The M1 is pretty tempting, but I want whatever comes next. I want the 16-inch new hotness that's apparently supposed to be launching in November, but I've been waiting for it so patiently for so…
 
My guest today is Michele Hansen (@mjwhansen) and she is here to challenge the stereotype that developers fear talking to customers and are naturally bad at it. We'll also get into specific principles and tactics from her recent book, "Deploy Empathy: A Practical Guide to Interviewing Customers." Read Deploy Empathy: https://deployempathy.com/ Foll…
 
Marc is getting set for the launch of his side project and the new version of rails doesn't play well with the defaults for past defaults. Matt Is having trouble setting boundaries and is fighting with feelings of guilt. The guys discuss scoping for Marc's launch and how to start putting out the word. Mentions: PowerImporter Webflow Get in touch! M…
 
In today’s episode, Joe talks to Gary Gaspar, the co-founder and CEO of Marker.io - a platform that encourages a simple way to report bugs on live websites and collect client feedback along the way. This 6-member team with over 2M feedback reported and 1,500 plus customers, continue to make it easier for people to report live website issues in real…
 
On this episode we talk to Lucas Ho of Uncover an app that supports walking tours in the SF Bay Area. Lucas left Uncover to co-found Learn by Local, which helps people book private experiences with local businesses. Lucas is now working as a software engineer at Grove. With his first app, Uncover, Lucas started developing his software, and when he …
 
In this episode I catch up with Rob Fitzpatrick (@robfitz) about his new book, Write Useful Books. We'll talk about how he approaches book-writing like product development and why the sales graphs for his books look more like a hockey stick instead of shark fin. Follow Rob on Twitter: https://twitter.com/robfitz Read The Mom Test: http://momtestboo…
 
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