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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!
 
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Austin Rief (@Austin_Rief) started the newsletter Morning Brew in college when he didn’t care if he made money or mistakes. That freedom in the early days resulted in an authenticity that he credits for their growth. In this episode, I talk to Austin about how he’s using Twitter to grow, what types of customers become brand ambassadors, and so much…
 
Time to make a change. Here's how the last 7 months have gone and my plans moving forward. JoshuaAnderton.ca (Josh's personal portfolio site) Upscribe Podmelon (Josh's podcast editing business) Vidmelon (Josh's video business) Transistor.fm Build Your SaaS AdReform Josh's tweet MegaMaker Potion.so Sandwich Video Wistia ★ Support this podcast on Pat…
 
Today I’m catching up with Ben Orenstein (@r00k) after nearly two years. Since then his company Tuple has grown 3x and is hitting millions on annual revenue. In this episode, I talk to Ben about the factors behind his insane growth, what it’s like being single as a startup founder, and why he’s hiring a coach for nearly every aspect of his life. • …
 
Today I’m talking to some of the best online course creators that I know. So many indie hackers got started and became successful because they found ways to teach others online. So I invited Andrew Barry (@Bazzaruto), who runs the On Deck Course Creators Fellowship, Marie Poulin (@mariepoulin), who runs an online course called Notion Mastery, and A…
 
In this episode Josh talks to Landon Bennet of AdReform about finding and closing on larger SaaS customers. Landon has a ton of experience in SaaS sales at several customers (including 3 companies that he's successfully bootstrapped with his co-founder Kyle Conarro). This is a must-listen for any indie hackers or bootstrap founders. A few topics co…
 
In this episode Josh talks to Landon Bennet of AdReform about finding and closing on larger SaaS customers. Landon has a ton of experience in SaaS sales at several customers (including 3 companies that he's successfully bootstrapped with his co-founder Kyle Conarro). This is a must-listen for any indie hackers or bootstrap founders. A few topics co…
 
One of the best ways to build a successful business as an indie hacker is to teach people a valuable skill. So in this episode, I sat down to talk to you two of the best educators that I know. Darrell Silver (@darrellsilver) is the founder of Thinkful (an online learning service that's helped thousands of students get high paying jobs in tech) and …
 
Nadav Keyson and his brother built a podcast recording tool on the bleeding edge of technology. By being hyper-focused and product-driven they were able to score clients like Hillary Clinton and the NFL as first customers. In this episode, I’ll talk to Nadav about how he reached out to big names, turned them into customers, and built a product with…
 
In just two years, Ben Tossell (@bentossell) grew Makerpad to over 10,000 users, $400,000 ARR and got bought by Zapier in a deal that became Zapier’s first acquisition. In this episode, I’m going to put Ben’s poker face to the test as I dig into the details of the deal and what it’s like for a founder to go through that process for the first time. …
 
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