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Sep 04, 2020
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Indie Bites

Business Entrepreneurship Marketing

$250 to $3k MRR in 4 months with a Notion website builder - Noah Bragg, Potion

<p>Noah Bragg is an indie hacker in its truest form. Building in public hacking away on his project, <a href="">Potion</a>, which is a a way to host your Notion pages as websites behind a custom domain. He's also the co-host of the <a href="">Product Journey podcast</a>, where he speaks with his co-host Ben about their progress on their respective side projects.</p><p><strong>What we covered:</strong></p><ul> <li>The goal of building a huge business</li> <li>Project: <a href="">Coffee Pass</a> </li> <li>When to decide to stop a project</li> <li>Failing after 2 years working on something</li> <li>First project as an indie hacker: <a href="">Supportman</a><ul><li><a href="">Selling Supportman</a></li></ul> </li> <li>Starting Potion<ul><li>$250 to $3,000 MRR in 4 months</li></ul> </li> <li>How to do a successful product hunt launch</li> <li>How to get a product hunt maker grant</li> <li>Focusing on product instead of marketing</li> <li>Finding the right market / a growing market</li> <li>Dealing with competition</li> </ul><p><strong>Recommendations</strong></p><ul> <li>Book: <a href=""><strong>ReWork</strong></a> </li> <li>Podcast: <a href=""><strong>My First Million</strong></a> </li> <li>Indie Hacker: <a href=""><strong>Kenneth Cassel</strong></a> </li> </ul><p><br><strong>Follow Noah</strong></p><ul> <li><a href="">Twitter</a></li> <li><a href="">Potion</a></li> <li><a href="">Website</a></li> <li><a href="">Product Journey Podcast</a></li> </ul><p><strong>Follow Me</strong></p><ul> <li><a href="">Twitter</a></li> <li><a href="">Indie Bites Twitter</a></li> <li><a href="">Personal Website</a></li> <li><a href="">Buy A Wallet</a></li> </ul><p><strong>Sponsor - </strong><a href=""><strong>Upvoty</strong></a><strong></strong></p><p>Do you want to build the best product possible? Then listening to user feedback is one of the best ways to do so. Because by listening to the problems of your users, you can build a real problem-solver that they'll love.</p><p><a href=""><strong>Upvoty</strong></a> is a user feedback tool that gives your user's a voice and makes it really easy at the same time for you to prioritize what to build next. By installing Upvoty's feedback boards, you'll have all of your user feedback in one central place and it will really help you connect with your customers and understand their needs. On top of that, you can close the feedback loop by setting up your Changelog and Product Roadmap. Your users will be actively involved in building new features and will love you for that.</p><p>Try Upvoty 14-days for free and with the code <strong>'INDIEBITES'</strong> you'll get a 10% discount on any of their plans.</p><p><a href="">Sign up here.</a></p>
Published Sep 29, 2021