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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 excellent writing on his blog and also being the founder of MegaMaker. In this episode w

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July 25, 2021

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

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 i…

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June 14, 2021

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

Ben Stokes is the indie hacker behind Tiny Projects, where he shares the ups and downs of starting small indie businesses. He's c…

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May 15, 2021

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…

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April 8, 2021

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

Danny Miranda runs the Danny Miranda Show, a podcast he's rapidly grown to 50k downloads in just 6 months. He's relentless, focus…

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March 24, 2021

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 prod…

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March 20, 2021

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…

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About the Host

James McKinven

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Hi, I'm James
I'm a fellow indie hacker and side-project-starter and I love hearing the stories of other makers who have started their businesses while working a full-time job. Whether that's a small little earner on the side, or something that has grown into tens of thousands of ££ income that means you could quit your job.
Having started many of my own side-projects I know how hard it is to get it off the ground and generate revenue. I wouldn't have been able to make progress on any of my projects if it wasn't for the kindness and support I've received from everyone in the Indie Hackers community. Everyone has a story to tell, advice they can give and lessons to teach - I want to share them with as many people as I can.
I hope you can join me for this podcast talking to our favorite indie hackers.