How to find ideas, and validate them as quickly as possible

Finding ideas: I know this is a recurrent fear of new IndieHackers: How can I find some new ideas? In fact, opportunities are everywhere! There is plenty of ways to find ideas: Scratch your own itch. What are you doing on a daily that can be …

How to get your first users and make your first sales

1/ Show your product The first step of getting users is about showing your product to the world. There is plenty of places where you can post your product to get immediate exposure: IndieHackers Product Hunt Hacker News All the startup directories …

Communities for startups you possibly don't know about

Are you an entrepreneur / Indie Hacker looking for maker communities to join? You probably already know the big ones like IndieHackers, ProductHunt, or HackerNews. In this post, I listed smaller communities you possibly don’t know about. Feel …

How to Build your Twitter Audience: 6 tips and tricks

Twitter is a super-efficient tool to build an audience and get your first users for your product. It’s free, easy to set up, and doesn’t require too much engagement. In fact, having a big audience really helps you kickstart your startup. …

How I got 7,000+ views in one day for my first blog post

Two weeks ago I created a brand new blog for SpreadTheWorld. I wanted to start some SEO efforts that will generate traffic to my product. I know SEO is a long term game, I thought that maybe I can leverage the content through distribution. The …

How to use Reddit as an IndieHacker

As an indie hacker, we all struggle to validate our ideas, get our first users, and get some traffic. I played a lot with Reddit for the last few months, and I can tell you: it’s a gold mine! Reddit is super powerful: there are millions of …

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