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Bootstrapping to over $250k MRR - Baird Hall, Churnkey

Today I'm joined by Baird Hall who has successfully launched and scaled multiple bootstrapped SaaS businesses, such as Wavve, Zubtitle and Churnkey, which at the time ...

Building Copy.ai in Public - Blake Emal (CMO), Copy.ai

Today I'm joined by Blake Emal, who is the CMO at Copy.ai and the founder of Float, a Notion-powered course creator. Blake is an expert at building in public, going fr...

Founder Hot Seat - Overcoming mental health challenges [Bonus]

A little bonus episode as I speak with my friend Stefan on his Founder Hot Seat podcast. I've edited out a snippet just over 15 minutes of my chat on the show, as we n...

Bootstrapping Transistor.fm to 13,000+ podcasts - Justin Jackson, Transistor.fm

Justin Jackson is the co-founder of Transitor.fm which has grown to over 13k podcasts in just a few years. Justin is well known in the bootstrapper community from his ...

Making $10k in a weekend selling emoji email addresses - Ben Stokes, Tiny Projects

Ben Stokes is the indie hacker behind Tiny Projects, where he shares the ups and downs of starting small indie businesses. He's created a ice cream business and a cook...

Struggling with my own mental health

Over the past few weeks and months I've had some huge challenges with my mental health, to the point where I didn't know what was wrong with me and I had some breakdow...

Growing a podcast to 50k downloads in 6 months - Danny Miranda, The Danny Miranda Show

Danny Miranda runs the Danny Miranda Show, a podcast he's rapidly grown to 50k downloads in just 6 months. He's relentless, focused and consistent, publishing 3 episod...

Build in a competitive market, or go niche? - Derrick Reimer, SavvyCal

Derrick Reimer is the founder of SavvyCal, and co-host on the Art of Product podcast. We talk about what it takes to build a product in one of the most competitive mar...

How to build a business you actually enjoy - Natalie Nagele, Wildbit

Natalie Nagele is the co-founder of Wildbit, the company behind Postmark, Beanstalk, People-First Jobs and more. Wildbit has just turned 20 years old, so Natalie knows...

$600 MRR and 150 new users per day with SEO and marketing - Elston Baretto, Tiiny Host

In this episode we have Elston Baretto, who is the founder of Tiiny Host and is probabably in a similar position to most indie hackers - working on his side-project th...

Building a mid 6-figure Notion course in under a year, solo - Marie Poulin, Notion Mastery

Marie started the Notion Mastery course back in Nov 2019, growing that to a mid 6-figure business in under a year. Her whole business has been built on taking a leap o...

Lessons learned bootstrapping and selling a $55k p/m SaaS - Arvid Kahl, TheBootstrappedFounder

In this episode I speak with Arvid Kahl, who sold his SaaS, FeedbackPanda, for a life-changing amount of money in 2019, two years after founding the business and growi...

Making $15k in 24 hours selling a book on Gumroad - Philip Kiely, Gumroad

In this episode I talk to Philip Kiely, Head of Marketing at Gumroad, about how he made 20k in his first week selling an info product, why the creator economy is boomi...

Making over $5k/month from a portfolio of side projects - Dan Rowden, ilo

Today we're joined by Dan Rowden, who is an entrepreneur and product builder currently based in Mauritius. Dan, like many other indie hackers runs a bunch of projects ...

Turning $100 into $52,000 selling handmade candles DTC - Dianna Allen, TERRA

How do you turn $100 into $52,000 in revenue selling candles? Well, Dianna Allen, previously of Budget Meal Planner fame, did exactly this. She's been so successful se...

How Pat Walls made $20k in 2 weeks from his SEO course - Pat Walls, Starter Story

In this episode, Pat Walls, founder of Starter Story is sharing how he made 20k in pre-sales on his new SEO course in just 2 weeks.

Choosing freedom over money - Rob Hope, One Page Love + Yo!

Rob Hope is a South African designer, developer and founder of One Page Love; which you might have seen. Rob is an expert on Landing Pages so we talk a little about w...

Why indie hackers should be podcasting - Mark Asquith, Rebel Base Media

I’ve got a slightly different format today as I’m speaking with podcast expert, Mark Asquith, about the benefits of podcasting for Indie Hackers. Mark is no stranger t...

Making a full-time income working just one day per week - Ramy Khuffash, Page Flows

What's it like making a full-time income in just a day, meaning you have the remaining four days to do whatever you want with? Well, that's exactly the situation Ramy ...

Paying off $250k in debt by starting a company making $1.5m ARR - Nick Fogle, Wavve

Paying down any amount of debt is difficult, let alone $250,000 of it. That's exactly what Nick Fogle did as he faced that number on Christmas day in 2016. Nick made i...

Building the one of the most popular Slack apps of all time - Wilhelm Klopp, Simple Poll

Wilhelm Klopp has had an interesting journey as an indie hacker, leaving his comfortable job as a software engineer at GitHub, to creating one of the most popular Slac...

Building a SaaS with just one hour every day - Mubashar Iqbal (Mubs)

Mubs is a prolific maker, having made over 90 side projects throughout his career. I was interested to find out what it takes to come up with ideas, validate them and ...

What it takes to build a community - Rosie Sherry, Indie Hackers

Rosie Sherry is a community-building expert, so I wanted to find out what it takes to build one from the ground up. It's certainly not easy, but if you're prepared to ...

Leaving a full-time head of growth role to be a full-time indie hacker - Corey Haines, Swipe Files and more

As of the week we recorded this, Corey Haines became a full-time Indie Hacker, working on his profitable side projects he'd built alongside his role as Head of Growth ...

How VEED grew to $1.7m ARR in less than 2 years - Sabba Keynejad, Veed.io

I first met Sabba at a pub in London when Veed was just an early beta product making $0. Fast forward a few years, Veed is now making over $100,000 a month and growing...

What's important for indie hackers in 2020 - Courtland Allen, Indie Hackers

Courtland Allen is the founder of Indie Hackers. He started the community that has inspired so many of us to start our bootstrapped businesses and changed our lives fo...

$3k MRR with 600 paying members writing about mindful productivity - Anne-Laure Le Cunff, Ness Labs

Anne-Laure inspired me with this conversation covering how she grew Ness Labs to over 600 paying members ($3k MRR), how to be mindfully productive (backed by her resea...

Starting over 40 side-projects in 10 years - Helen Ryles

Helen Ryles knows what it takes to start and sell side-projects. Having started her entrepreneurial journey over 10 years ago, she has launched over 40 side projects i...

Building Marketing Examples to 30k email subscribers - Harry Dry, Marketing Examples

A conversation with Harry Dry, the co-founder of Marketing Examples and Copywriting Examples.

Growing a paid community to $800 MRR - Charlie Ward, Ramen Club (prev. Weekend Club)

Charlie is the founder of Ramen Club (formerly Weekend Club), a community of indie hackers, all working with each other to reach their side project goals and stay acco...

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