with Xavier Coiffard
After spending the last few years working for startups, Xavier decided to become an indie hacker, build his own products and started the challenge to ship six products in six months. In this interview, I ask him about his process to create, ship, validate, and sometimes abandon projects as fast as possible.
with Adriaan Bouman
I talk with Adriaan about his freelance career andall the things he learned from building and failing to grow a startup business. We also talk about his latest projects IndieLeaders and StartupCrowns, two free products that lead him to find a problem worth solving and create a business around. Mailto.id is a service aimed to replace mailto links from your websites.
with Steve Sanders
Steve created Episode.Ninja as a side project. He thought it was a useful product for people wanting to re-watch just the best episodes of TV shows. He focused on technical SEO and soon the site was getting a high number of visits. Currently, Episode.Ninja has more than 600K visits per month and it's generating more than 1K MRR. Steve shares with us the decisions he made while building this project, his thoughts about how to re-write it and improve it, and he even share some SEO tips.
with Razvan Ilin
Raz started his indie maker journey buidling games but soon he transitioned to web development. He created ChartBrew as a tool to help him track the growth of one of his games. After a period of failed interviews with potential clients, he burned out and abandoned it. A year later, he recovered interest in it and gradually started doing market research and sales, which helped with turned it into a profitable product.
with Felix Scholz
In this interview with Felix Scholz we talk about his first content websites and why he decided to start building a SaaS project named UpFast. He explains everything that went wrong with that project, why he didn't launch it and why he chose a completly different approach to build his latest product, ThreadStart. We also talk about the fear of launching your first product and the benifts of building in public.
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I turn my brain off everytime these doubts come up and go for the shipping route: do it, publish it, push it, ask it, and then... hot fix it