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(Bio courtesy of Indie Hackers podcast) We're talking to Patrick Campbell, an indie founder who just sold his company for $200,000,000. That's an insane nine figure exit for a bootstrapped founder. In this episode, we talk with Patrick about his champagne problems and what indie hackers need to know today to get to where he is more quickly. Patrick…
 
Leo Bassam is an entrepreneur and the CEO & founder of Plutio. Their Twitter bio reads: "Founder @plutio_app. Roaming the world with an incredible remote team as we pave the way for anyone to start, run and grow their business from anywhere" Leo's Twitter: https://twitter.com/loaibassam Plutio's website: https://www.plutio.com/ —— Links Reddit SaaS…
 
Chris Do's bio (courtesy of "Web 3 and NFTs for Newbies" Podcast) Chris Do is an Emmy award-winning designer, director, CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind and the founder of The Futur—an online education platform with the mission of teaching 1 billion people how to make a living doing what they love. Check out Chris' Socials: Website | Instagram | T…
 
Josh Pigford Josh Pigford is a serial entrepreneur. He is the creator of Maybe.co, Baremetrics.io, Temper.io, PopSurvey.com, PugSpot, Tiny Farmstead and other little bits of internet stuff. Josh's most recent business is Maybe. Their website reads "In 2021 I founded Maybe where we're helping folks take control of their financial future. I also run …
 
Pierre's Bio (c/o NoCode Wealth Podcast) Pierre de Wulf is the co-founder of ScrappingBee, a service that handles headless browsers and rotates proxies for you. Pierre is bootstrapping ScrappingBee, currently making $1 million ARR with a team of 3, and sharing all the lessons learned along the way. —— Links Pierre's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pie…
 
Pat's bio (c/o Indie Bites Podcast) Pat Walls is the founder of Starter Story, a website dedicated to helping people start businesses. They interview entrepreneurs from around the world about how they started their business and how they grew it, including revenue figures for every business they interview. Pat's Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepatwa…
 
Dennis' bio (courtesy of Ecommerce Conversations podcast) Dennis Hegstad co-founded LiveRecover, a real-time SMS app, in 2018. He sold the company in 2021. "I became bored," he said. So he purchased OrderBump, a Shopify app for product upsells. Dennis' Twitter: https://twitter.com/dennishegstad —— Links Reddit SaaS: https://www.reddit.com/r/saas My…
 
Rob's bio (c/o Leadmore) Rob Walling sees himself as a maker and serial entrepreneur. These days he leads with three things: Startups for the Rest of Us, a podcast about bootstrapping SaaS companies, MicroConf, the oldest and largest community for bootstrapped SaaS founders, and TinySeed, the first accelerator designed for bootstrappers. Rob's Twit…
 
Brian's bio Brian Casel is a serial founder who currently runs ZipMessage.com. In the past, they've built (and sold many of the following): ProcessKit, Big Snow Tiny Conf, Audience Ops, Productize, Thready, SunriseKPI, Ops Calendar, Restaurant Engine, Hotel Propeller, WP Bids, ThemeJam. Their website reads: I love the hard, creative work of designi…
 
Tyler's Bio (from his Reddit AmA) "6 Years ago I quit my full time job to start a business. We’ve bootstrapped it to over $50 million/year in revenue and just won Top 25 Fastest Growing in SC for 4th year in a row. AMA!" We are debt free, 185 employees (trying to hire another 20…), and I started it with less then $1000. We’ve just won Top 25 Fastes…
 
Christian's bio (courtesy of Andrew Gazdecki, Microacquire) Christian Friedland is a highly successful entrepreneur and EY Entrepreneur Of The Year nominee who founded, bootstrapped, scaled, and sold Build.com, the largest pure-play internet retailer in the home improvement space in the U.S. During his 15-year tenure at Build.com, he led the compan…
 
Rob's bio (c/o Leadmore) Rob Walling sees himself as a maker and serial entrepreneur. These days he leads with three things: Startups for the Rest of Us, a podcast about bootstrapping SaaS companies, MicroConf, the oldest and largest community for bootstrapped SaaS founders, and TinySeed, the first accelerator designed for bootstrappers. Rob's Twit…
 
Daniel's bio (c/o The Genuinely Interested Podcast) Daniel Vassallo used to work for Amazon. By every measuring standard, he should have been happy & content. He was successful, making a high salary, getting promotions, working with great coworkers - all while working for one of the biggest companies in the world. However, over time, Daniel's motiv…
 
Andrew's bio (from their AmA) Hi everyone, Andrew here from MicroAcquire! Startup acquisition marketplace! MicroAcquire helps startups find buyers. Simple as that. We’ll help you start conversations that lead to an acquisition in just 30 days – for free. When my company Bizness Apps was acquired in 2018 by a PE firm, it was a bittersweet moment. On…
 
Derrick's bio (from their AmA) Hey, I’m Derrick Reimer, a full-stack developer. I fell in love with the 37signals ethos back in 2009 and I’ve been bootstrapping ever since. I've built and sold StaticKit (acquired 2020), a toolkit of dynamic components for static sites, Codetree (acquired 2016), a way of managing development tasks across multiple re…
 
Spencer's bio (from their AmA) Hey everyone 👋 Excited to talk about all things startups and creator economy, and anything else. A brief bit of bio: I’ve been an entrepreneur my entire life, since my early teens. At 37 years old, I’ve never earned a paycheck from anyone other than myself. This is one of my proudest accomplishments. Co-founded and ex…
 
AJ"s Bio, from their AmA Hi folks! I'm AJ, the guy behind random projects like HTML5 UP, Pixelarity, and for the last few years Carrd, a platform for creating one-page sites for pretty much anything (from personal profiles to landing pages to ... well, a whole bunch of use cases I never anticipated ;) Carrd began life back in 2015 as an experiment …
 
I'm a podcaster, video creator and marketer. By day, I'm part of the Growth Team at Welder. By night, I run various different side businesses. Indie Bites is my podcast, Striqo is my podcast editing service and Whitstable Craft Co is what I do when I need to get away from the screen. I love starting and building side projects (maybe too much) and I…
 
Marie's Bio, thanks to the Life Profitability Podcast Marie Prokopets has had a “wild ride” of a career. She is the co-founder of tech start-up FYI, recent recipient of Product Hunt’s Golden Kitty Maker of the Year award, former Diageo Director of Tequila, comedy screenplay writer, and avid meditator, crystal collector, and sage burner. In this epi…
 
Brians' Bio, thanks to his AmA Brian Dean has been called an "SEO genius" by Entrepreneur.com and a "brilliant entrepreneur" by Inc Magazine. Brian's award-winning blog, Backlinko.com, has been listed by Forbes as a top "blog to follow". He is an SEO expert and the founder of Backlinko and Exploding Topics (SaaS). Success Magazine has referred to B…
 
Rohan's Bio Hi I'm Rohan, serial entrepreneur I guess, but as I've been building businesses I've done it through a ton of transparent case studies here on Reddit. On the SaaS front I started Launch27, a software company focused on small service businesses like home cleaning, lawncare etc. Bootstrapped it to almost $2 million a year and sold it in 2…
 
James' Bio Hi everyone! I’m James Gill (@jamesjgill on Twitter). I started GoSquared in 2006 when at school (aged 15) with two friends, Geoff and JT. See a timeline of our 15 year history. Having spent over half my life running company, since before the term “SaaS” was common, I have many scars and war stories to share with anyone who wants to hear…
 
Jason Fried is the Founder & CEO @Basecamp, the project management and team communication tool trusted by millions. Over an incredible 22 year journey, they have scaled to over 3.5M accounts and in 2020 they went back to being a multi-product company with the launch of their integrated email client & service, HEY.com. Jason is also the co-author of…
 
Rob's Bio, from his website: https://robfitz.com/ Heya. I’ve been running little businesses for the past fourteen years and have written three books about what I’ve learned. If you’d like to stay in the loop about my projects and thinking, the best place is my youtube channel. Alternatively, you can also receive an occasional email when I’ve got so…
 
Jason's Bio Jason is the founder and CTO of WP Engine (http://wpengine.com), the 7th-largest public website host in the world (and the largest that focusses on WordPress), serving 150,000 customers with 1000 employees, both distributed and with major offices in the US, UK, Ireland, Poland, and Australia. As a successful, repeat entrepreneur (Smart …
 
Vlad's bio, courtesy of MakerPad: Vlad Magdalin is the founder and CEO of Webflow, a company that is working on empowering designers and entrepreneurs to design, build, and launch websites and applications without having to learn how to code. Webflow has grown to be the platform at the very heart of the no-code movement. You can start building on W…
 
Chris' Bio (from https://chrisfrantz.com/about/) Work stuff VP Marketing @ Biteable Founder @ Snazzy, Weld, GAI Exits @ Press Kite, Agency Loft Personal Maker of maple syrup, seitan, and countless other hobbies that didn't work out as delicously. Proud dad of 1! Want to know more? Say hey on Twitter! —— Links Reddit SaaS: https://www.reddit.com/r/s…
 
Emmanuel (https://twitter.com/estraschnov) is the Founder and Co-CEO of Bubble, a visual programming language for web and mobile applications whose goal is to make code obsolete. Born in Paris, Emmanuel studied computer science and mathematics at Ecole Polytechnique and received his MBA from Harvard Business School. Emmanuel is committed to breakin…
 
Their bio (from the AmA post) I'm Hiten, @hnshah on Twitter. Signed up for Twitter in 2006, lucky to be in the first batch of 5,000 users. I tweet about growing startups into businesses and the occasional gif or meme. (example) Founded three SaaS startups (Crazy Egg, KISSmetics, and now Nira), 150+ startup investments, many failed SaaS products, 18…
 
Marie's Bio (from the AmA) I’m Marie. I spent 10yrs in a career of branding/advertising and went from knowing no programming to launching my first SaaS in a year (if anyone is thinking of switching careers or learning to code, I can highly recommend it!) Llama Life started off as a side project, something to help practice my coding skills. But it a…
 
Their bio (from the AmA post) Hi all, I’m Paul Jarvis. I’ve worked for myself in tech since 1999. I started out as a freelance designer working with companies like Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz, Yahoo, Warner Music and even Shaquille O’Neal. I’ve also written several books, including Company of One, which has been translated into about 20 languages so f…
 
Their bio 👋 Who we are You can find us on Twitter here: Baird Hall, Nick Fogle, Rob Moore 📘 Our Story I’ll try to be quick about our story over the last 6 years... u/Nickfogle and u/lofi-baird started our journey in 2015 when we tried to build a community-platform based on audio called uTalk (yeah, they were wayyy too early). Long story short, it d…
 
Chris Messina: inventor of the hashtag, product therapist. #1 Product Hunter In 2007, Chris invented a little thing called the hashtag, galvanizing popular social revolutions & forever changing the world. He’s been living on the edge of social technology for over a decade, designing products & experiences for Google & Uber, co-founding a conversati…
 
Their bio Hi, my name is Francesco. My co-founder Fabrizio and I have been creating products on the Internet for the past 3 years. It has been a bumpy ride with many ups and downs, but lately, Mailbrew’s and Typefully’s growth has started to compound and we are blasting past some milestones that seemed HUGE as recently as 12 months ago: $12,000 MRR…
 
Arvid's Bio Hey everyone, I'm Arvid Kahl, I am a software engineer, a founder, and a writer. In 2017, I founded the EdTech SaaS FeedbackPanda with my partner Danielle Simpson. We bootstrapped the business from nothing to $55.000 MRR within two years. At that point, we sold the business to a Private Equity company for a life-changing amount of money…
 
Their bio (from the AmA post) I'm Hiten, @hnshah on Twitter. Signed up for Twitter in 2006, lucky to be in the first batch of 5,000 users. I tweet about growing startups into businesses and the occasional gif or meme. (example) Founded three SaaS startups (Crazy Egg, KISSmetics, and now Nira), 150+ startup investments, many failed SaaS products, 18…
 
Timestamps + transcript, by @RohanKochhar. A Twitter thread with notes+lessons from this AmA, made by Elisheva Marcus (@Elisheva Marcus) —— Justin's Bio Hi, I'm Justin Jackson. I started in tech relatively late: I was 28 years old when I switched from the non-profit world, to working for a SaaS startup (2008). The week I started, I discovered Getti…
 
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