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!
This is a podcast about two guys talking about their own startup and the challenges of running it solo. They discuss how to overcome these challenges, as well as tips on how to avoid them in the first place.
Your stream of inspiration about bootstrapping, building a portfolio of assets and making a living as an independent creator on the internet. With your host Vladislav Supalov. Check it out!
We live in a world where everyone is trying to gain a competitive edge through automation, bots, and AI. But, since launching Sendible 13 years ago, I've discovered that to truly stand out, the best strategy is to focus on the more human things – the "unscalable". So, if you're looking for a fresh perspective on how to be truly memorable in a noisy world, then this is the podcast for you. Tune in every week for short, actionable, and unscalable tactics that you can use in your business today.
This podcast will follow my journey as I create https://www.reviewiply.com my latest bootsrapped SaaS. I will keep you updated on everything that goes on. How many customers, how many free trials, what is the MRR? All of the details you could want about my latest SaaS product.
Listen in as I navigate the slow SaaS ramp of death while asking for help along the way from people like Justin Jackson, Matt Wensing, and others who have gone before me...
On this podcast we interview makers of awesome Django projects and learn together with them.
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 ...
Kapil Kale (@kapil) talks AI-generated art, going through YC, buying out his investors to own 100% of the company, pivoting from an okay idea to a great idea, and growing a profitable business to 8-figures in annual revenue with Courtland (@csallen) and Channing (@ChanningAllen).By Courtland Allen
Tony Dinh (@tdinh_me) talks growing up in Vietnam, quitting his job working for the man, failed vs successful side projects, growing via Twitter, and managing multiple projects that add up to $18,000 in monthly revenue with Courtland (@csallen) and Channing (@ChanningAllen).By Courtland Allen
Liron Shapira (@liron) talks relationship and dating advice, building a coaching business, marketing via Facebook groups, and growing his revenue to millions of dollars with Courtland (@csallen) and Channing (@ChanningAllen).By Courtland Allen
Mash & Adrian talk about common mistakes which nocode founders do.By Adrian Spataru, Mash
Dashiell Bark-Huss (@DashBarkHuss) talks quitting the fashion industry, living in a van, learning to code, selling to sex workers, lucid dreaming, and growing her first-ever startup to $36k/mo with Courtland (@csallen) and Channing (@ChanningAllen).By Courtland Allen
What is unique about your company? We talk about pricing, positioning and more, in order to stand out from the competition.By Adrian Spataru, Mash
Today, we share our experience with Anxiety and the ways we deal with them. Finally, we share stories from our personal life and how we overcame them. Episode edit with https://cleanvoice.aiBy Adrian Spataru, Mash
Getting your first customer is a pivotal point of every founder. In this second part we talk how we acquired our customers todayBy Adrian Spataru, Mash
Getting your first customer is a pivotal point of every founder. In this first part we talk how we acquired our first customers from our companies. Background Noise Removal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gn4Bf_KkT2MBy Adrian Spataru, Mash
Subscriptions! Great Business model, but controversial in the past year. We share our thoughts on subscription and also suggest an alternative to subscriptions. Powered by https://cleanvoice.ai https://sparrowstartup.com/By Adrian Spataru, Mash
Mash & Adrian share their unpleasant experiences from the past week, how they overcome them and finally some tips dealing with subscriptions. Powered by https://cleanvoice.ai https://sparrowstartup.com/By Adrian Spataru, Mash
Adrian wants to build Video Content & Mash wants to finish his landing pages. They challenge themselves a week to complete it. Listen what lessons they have learned. Keywords Tools: https://keywordseverywhere.com/ https://lowfruits.io/ Landing Page Template: https://www.julian.com/guide/startup/landing-pages Video Storyboard: https://boords.com/sto…
Tobias Günther has been an entrepreneur and a CEO for almost 20 years. He started 4 companies, including Tower, a Git Desktop Client with over 100,000 customers, that he sold in 2021. He is now focused on the human side of business and how we can make our work lives not only successful, but also sustainable and meaningful. In this episode, Tobias t…
We're talking to Patrick Campbell, an indie founder who just sold his company for $200,000,000. That's an insane nine figure exit for a bootstrapped founder. In this episode, we talk with Patrick about his champagne problems and what indie hackers need to know today to get to where he is more quickly. Follow Patrick on Twitter: https://twitter.com/…
Sahil Lavingia (@shl) and Justin Jackson (@mijustin) join Courtland (@csallen) and Channing (@ChanningAllen) for a special debate-style episode. It's four dudes talking about Elon Musk. What could go wrong? Follow Sahil on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shl Check out Gumroad: https://gumroad.com/ Follow Justin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mijustin…