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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
JustForward is a podcast created for you, the Appreneur, Game Developer, Growth Hacker or App Marketer. Are you struggling with increasing the quality of your games? Make the most of Game Development! The goal of this podcast is to make the complex nature of game development both clean and simple. Subscribe and receive growth hacking tools and tips.
 
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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Kevin Lee (@kevinleeme) has run the premiere community for product managers online and is now working on something brand new, but it's not what you'd expect. He's working on noodles. Better, healthier, instant noodles. So in this episode, we just get really personal. We talk about our own health and wellness. We even talk about deathbed regrets and…
 
0:30 - Dan is going very fast! 3:50 - Steven is exploring other ideas, and thoughts on starting with marketing vs. starting with sales. 14:44 - Steven's been going to Gatsbyconf, and what makes for a good virtual conference. 17:05 - Tweetdeck, and how to get the most out of Twitter. 23:00 - Nodewood 0.16.0 is out! And so is 0.16.1! There's a story …
 
Marie Poulin is the host of Notion Office Hours, creator of Notion Mastery, Run Your Learning Launch, Digital Strategy School, Think Like a Digital Strategist, and co-founded Oki Doki with her husband, where they help folks create, launch, and market online courses and training programs. What we covered in this episode: What is Notion Mastery and w…
 
In today’s episode, Joe talks to Brian Casel of ProcessKit - a process-driven project management tool for businesses, automating and streamlining recurring tasks, track progress, and scale company operations with over 1000+ tools using Zapier integration. Brian shares his experiences as a freelancer and his early days in web designing; how ProcessK…
 
Jay Clouse (@jayclouse) first popped onto my radar when he posted on Indie Hackers that he sold his community to Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income. You typically don't see communities get acquired because they're often built around a single individual and frequently they get worse as they grow instead if better. In this episode, we'll find out ho…
 
0:40 - The trouble with virtual conferences 15:50 - Learning Lambda at AWS 19:45 - "Simple" Email Service at AWS 24:40 - Hot, hot, hot module reloading! 30:15 - TinyAds... Remember webrings? 32:50 - Software Ideas and Dan's Next Big Thing 38:10 - Little improvements to Nodewood 41:40 - Oh no, Daft Punk! 44:45 - Perseverance... persevered!…
 
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Arvid Kahl is a software engineer turned entrepreneur. He co-founded and FeedbackPanda, an online teacher productivity SaaS company, with his partner Danielle Simpson. They sold the business for a life-changing amount of money in 2019, two years after founding the business. Arvid writes on TheBootstrappedFounder.com because bootstrapping is a desir…
 
So many kids decide to become software engineers because they were captivated by video games at a young age, and they dreamed of crafting that magic themselves someday. More often than not, they end up working at Facebook or Google building web apps and selling ads. But not Dave Geddes. Dave (@geddski) followed his passion, quit his lucrative job, …
 
In today’s episode, Joe talks to Morgan Lucas, a network engineer and author of RUNTCPIP.com - a blogging site that specializes in writing about tech, email marketing, and blogging with humor and informative style. She's also a technologist well-oriented on Azure Cloud, Cisco, Juniper, Remote Support, and Programming. They discuss freelance end-use…
 
Passwordless authentication methods provide a better user experience and are more secure than passwords. But how do developers make sense of the many differing technologies out there (WebAuthn, FIDO2, magic links, authenticator apps, Touch ID, etc.)? Julianna Lamb cofounded Stytch to help us out. They make it easy to integrate modern, passwordless …
 
As Mojca and Louis settle into 2021, things are beginning to get a bit … chaotic. Louis’ partner at SparkLoop got a baby which leaves Louis overwhelmed with work (but very happy). Especially considering he just moved to Lisbon. Mojca on the other hand is busy with her new Ecommerce store — it’s going way better than she expected.…
 
0:37 - Speeding up Docker on MacOS 6:56 - Dan completely misses a joke about Canonical being creepy in the news 9:13 - Another nice milestone for Nodewood! 10:57 - Considering Referrals & Affiliates for Nodewood 13:00 - New Years Resolutions and Goal Setting 22:22 - Roadblocks in the path of Browse Me Later 24:49 - When does it make sense to start/…
 
For the entire 20th Century, you’d be hard pressed to find a better business than an American newspaper — Warren Buffett famously described them as “franchises” — and no American newspaper stood taller than the New York Times. Controlled by a single family bound by a legal oath “to maintain the editorial independence and integrity of The New York T…
 
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