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Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs bootstrapping their startups, who believe that the best way to get to where we're going is to learn by doing. Conversations, case studies, and interviews with entrepreneurs who are building profitable businesses online. Let's do this.
 
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Default Alive

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Default Alive

Corey Haines & Chris Spags

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Two founders share an unedited look at what it's like to bootstrap a startup through weekly updates. Chris Spags is the founder of Jetboost, a suite of no-code plugins for Webflow. Corey Haines is the founder of Swipe Files, a membership site for marketers built with no-code tools. They chronicle their journeys getting to and staying "default alive": profitable, self-sustaining, with infinite runway.
 
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Britstrapped

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Britstrapped

Nick Swan and Martin Judd

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Two Brits talking about bootstrapping their businesses and the challenges they face along the way. Occasionally drinking tea but never wearing bowler hats! Tune in and hear about a wide range of topics from software development, validating a software product, and marketing, to when is Nick going to start training for the London marathon ;o). There’ll be thrills and spills along the way. Don’t miss out, subscribe to the podcast feed so you can laugh and cry along with (or at!) us.
 
Adventures in Businessing (AIB) is a podcast where four entrepreneurs in 3 different industries discuss all the challenges that come with creating. It's a whilwind of insight, discovery, and absurdity as these 4 take you on a new adventure on a different business topic each week.
 
Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to capitalize on new opportunities, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personal revenue-generating machines. The future is indie!
 
The pod cast about grit, perseverance and succeeding despite the odds. GB comes on every fortnight with either an inspirational story from his life or from those known to him that reaffirm that just because you've been knocked down, doesn't mean you can't get back up and succeed. With the way 2020 has played out for so many, especially with the Covid-19 pandemic hurting so many businesses, working professionals and graduating students. There couldn't be a better time to listen in to this ama ...
 
This podcast gives a view behind the scenes of founding a company with low code. We will show how to bootstrap your company and start your idea right away. You will be inspired by the success stories of proven start-ups which are built with low code technology. Additionally, we talk about different tools which can be used to develop your product without a CTO. More information can be found on www.lowcode-founders.com
 
We're Bryan and Malcolm, a couple of dads sharing our journey about bootstrapping our indie businesses while still prioritizing our young families.Our goal is financial and location independence, but not at the expense of our families, our kids' happiness, or our relationships.That doesn't mean we won't work hard and hustle in order to get things off the ground, but our priorities will always be family-first.We believe that you can bootstrap a successful SaaS, Freelance, or Indie business wh ...
 
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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

Wes Evans: Actor, Filmmaker, Director, Writer; Todd Sapio: Actor, Producer, Musician, Athlete

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Cinema lovers unite! Two actors and filmmakers decided to cut through all the fluff and start a movie podcast where they actually discuss the film and not a million other things you don’t care about. Covering the obvious (did you like the movie?) while diving a little deeper (what is Interstellar really about? is there a bootstrap paradox?) we are having an in-depth conversation about movies and see if they hold up to scrutiny, and maybe even inform us about life or moviemaking itself. Becau ...
 
Bootstrapped Web is for entrepreneurs who are bootstrapping web startups and believe in order to achieve success, we must learn by doing. Interviews with bootstrapped entrepreneurs and case studies in building profitable businesses.
 
You are ENOUGH. You are BEAUTIFUL. You are not broken. You don't need fixing. And as hell, you are not what heteronormative society labels you with. Welcome to Bootstrap Wellbeing In-Queeries podcast. I'm coach Aga and I am a queer wellbeing coach whose passion is to help LGBTQ+ community and a beautiful soul just like you to gain clarity on your thoughts, beliefs and fears so you can design and create the life you truly want and desire. A life that is balanced, abundant, harmonious; one tha ...
 
SEASON 2 COMING SOON Oliver Cookson is the founder of the world’s number one sports nutrition brand Myprotein®. Starting out in a lock-up garage and an overdraft of just £500, Oliver bootstrapped Myprotein, selling it seven years later to The Hut Group as part of a total exit of around £350,000,000 in a cash and shares deal that saw him become a key shareholder and NED at The Hut Group. In each episode of 'Bootstrap Your Life', Oliver answers business questions sent in from listeners, coveri ...
 
Short, bite-sized conversations with indie hackers that have started small, profitable and bootstrapped businesses. You'll learn how they come up with ideas, what they do to validate, find those first customers and make a sustainable income.
 
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Refuel Podcast | Sharing Stories Behind Interesting Businesses

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Refuel is a podcast that shares stories of entrepreneurs who are running all kinds of interesting businesses and shares the lessons they have learned along the journey.
 
Bootstrap Farmer Radio is a podcast discussing how to break into the modern business of agriculture on a bootstrap budget & education. The internet is making more connections and distributing knowledge in a way that makes it accessible for us all. Our focus isn't mega-greenhouses with million dollar machinery, instead, we talk about low-cost, versatile and adaptable green businesses that can sustain a family through the best and worst of times. We find the small farmers running profitable fa ...
 
Bootstrapping Saas is a podcast where I document my attempts at getting to $10K in MRR with my Saas products as a one man show (designer, developer, marketer). I cover things like sales strategies, failed attempts, successful outcomes, lessons, and a few personal things here and there. Once in a while I bring in a guest where we talk The show is roughly prepared with bullet points, but mostly a free rain of thoughts with whatever is going on that week. The first 40 episodes have been mostly ...
 
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- Too Little, Too Much: Advice and How to Take It This episode of the Bootstrapped Founder podcast is sponsored by Balsamiq, makers of Balsamiq Wireframes, the OG of low-fidelity wireframing tools. The guest sponsor this week is Indie Worldwide. If you want a promo code for Balsamiq, go to balsamiq.com/go/bootstrapped-founder/…
 
Jane Portman is the host of UI Breakfast, a podcast covering UI/UX design, products, marketing. Jane recently crossed the 2 million downloads milestone. Jane and I discussed the journey from the first episodes, with almost no listeners, to where she is today. Jane is also co-founder of Userlist. We discuss how Jane's podcasting experience helps wit…
 
What is the difference between going to market and marketing? What mindset do you need to be in to accomplish your goals for both of these stages of business? In addition to answering these questions, Brian and Jordan dive into their marketing goals, content strategists, and updates on where they are with their Rally and ZipMessage. Jordan talks ab…
 
HILLEL DOESN'T KNOW WHO NORM MACDONALD IS AND WE ARE NOT OK WITH THAT But we also talked about international corporate tax law treaties. And everyone moving to Texas. And Instagram video. And our shout-outs for the week: Hillel: LinkedIn creator status (psshhhhhhh) Guy: Photoshop Content Aware Fill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge9jsJZ3lA0 Itamar…
 
This week Jon and Justin discussed: Tweet: what should we talk about? Justin's daughter wrote an article for the Transistor blog: https://transistor.fm/gen-z/ Customer case studies Dynamic audio insertion Integration with Descript Book: Range by David Epstein What should we talk about next? Twitter: @buildyoursaas, @mijustin, @jonbuda Leave a revie…
 
Our current grading system can be a way for kids to prove themselves, win college scholarships, or gain admission to highly selective colleges. It also can turn into a game that encourages comparison to fictional "averages." It's so ingrained it may feel impossible to imagine a world without letter grades or GPAs, but some say, let's give that a tr…
 
Rado Daradan is one of the 2 founders of Hooray Studios, a company that creates personalized children’s books. He played a crucial role in growing the company from a team of four people to 120 team members and establishing it as a market leader in 6 countries around the world. In 2018 alone, the company sold almost half a million unique books and a…
 
Today’s guest is up against a daunting task. Mark Weinstein is the creator of MeWe, an alternative social network to Facebook. It’s alternative in many ways. They don’t run ads, they don’t censor, the use no algorithms.I’m curious how he’s getting millions of users. Mark Weinstein is the creator of MeWe, an alternative social network. More intervie…
 
In this episode, we are talking about the top myths about low-code and no-code platforms. I have the pleasure to talk with Jesus Vargas who is running the lowcode.agency. As we both are running a low-code agency we will share experiences and also myths we often hear. Additional resources mentioned in this podcast Glide Bubble.io Lowcode.agency Bubb…
 
A candid conversation with Advaita Kala, the very talented author, broadcaster and columnist. In this episode we discuss women empowerment, social causes, Bollywood, procrastination, life and more. Advaita and my friendship goes back 25 years and her shares on this podcast episode would be appreciated by all. The otherwise very private Advaita shar…
 
Show notes: Links: Sweaty Startup Hook Relay Spider season Write for Honeybadger Automated transcript (only about 75% accurate) Ben So I've been, I've been using Hook Relay over the past week and I got to say, there's nothing as useful as using your own product to make you see places where the product can be improved. So I've, I've opened a couple …
 
Show Notes: [0:00:46] Intro | Timely Topics A brief recap of our series on culture. Minimal, memorable, and meaningful values. [0:02:05] Planting, Protecting, and Propagating Your Culture The power of alliteration. You can plant the seeds of your culture. ...but you can't force it. Culture is something you can determine and discover. Your purpose a…
 
Love it or hate it writing marketing copy is necessary for all businesses. That's why I chat with Mark Lambert, a long-time copywriter, about his work with us and how he got started. We talk about the two main schools of thought in copywriting: the old school approach and the new storybrand method. We discuss how to pick a writing approach and reso…
 
In this episode, Bryan and Malcolm discuss updates to their projects, what to look for to avoid burnout, and what they do when they feel it coming on. -- Follow us on Twitter for more updates: Bryan is @PocketBryan Malcolm is @InquisitorJax IndieDads is @IndieDads_ -- About this podcast: We're Bryan and Malcolm, a couple of dads sharing our journey…
 
Pete runs No CS Degree, among other things, sharing stories of people who have made it as a developer, without going down the traditional route of getting a computer science degree, showing how it's possible to earn a nice salary without going to university. He has also started High Signal, a community for revenue verified entrepreneurs, a site for…
 
In this episode I'm talking with Andrew Warner (@AndrewWarner), the host of the Mixergy where he's interviewed over 2,000 founders in the tech and software space. His new book, Stop Asking Questions, breaks down everything he's learned about having a meaningful conversation and maximizing the value out of one-shot encounters. Learn how to have bett…
 
Watch the FULL program tbd About Andrew Warner This is the latest post from Mixergy Raw transcript Mixergy’s audio transcription is done by Speechpad Come back in a few days to get the full transcript of this program. Sponsored by Walker Corporate Law – Scott Edward Walker is the lawyer entrepreneurs turn to when they […] More interviews -> https:/…
 
Marc has finished the MVP of MemberRow and is ready to show his earliest customers. Matt has been approaching people for customer interviews on the Webflow forum. The guys discuss the next steps in marketing their products and how dumb the postgres json query syntax is. Mentions: PowerImporter MemberRow Webflow Get in touch! Marc’s Twitter Matt’s T…
 
Corey shares how the membership pricing has resulted in the best month to date. Chris realizes Jetboost has been lacking direction and puts together a roadmap with the team. They also talk about the grind to default alive, strategies when making pricing changes, and dopamine's effect on our ability to work. Ask us a question → Notable mentions: Pat…
 
Joining me is an entrepreneur who is out to make the internet safer for kids. There are so many brands out there who want to reach a young audience but they have to do it in a safe way. That’s the problem my guest tried to solve and somehow he was able to do it and still make money in the process. I want to find out how.Joshua Wohle is the founder …
 
We bathe in Robert Eggers’ “The VVitch” and discuss: Killing children in movies; Cinematography, natural lighting, setting up a new location; Story & writing, sitting on a moment, and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Betrayal is the only truth that sticks.“ – Arthur Miller Notes & References: Shot in Kiosk, Ontario (wiki) Oregon Trail (video…
 
In this episode, we cover two very fascinating topics. We will have a look behind the curtains of starting a low code platform company. Mustafa from Code2.io shares the vision of the company as well as how he came up with the idea of funding the company. But not only that, furthermore we will take a deep dive into how mini SaaS (Software as a Servi…
 
Show notes: Links: Hook Relay SSL Server Test Second brand marketing tips Twitter thread Xhtmlchop Hook Relay Twitter announcement Hook Relay blog announcement Derrick Reimer & Corey Haines Product Hunt launch Startup Director List Indie Hackers launch repeatedly Not very accurate auto-generated transcript: Ben - you know, last week I recorded a qu…
 
Today I have a bootstrapper who entered a crowded market but some how he’s making it work. I want to find out how he did it.Michael Martocci is the founder of SwagUp, an API-first platform to create, automate, and distribute high quality branded swag, across all teams and use cases. Michael Martocci is the founder of SwagUp, an API-first platform t…
 
Show Notes: [0:00:58] Intro | Timely Topics Brief Discovering Purpose Recap [00:03:03] Thoughts on Values Values are guardrails. "Stay between these lines." Values can be deceptively easy. Values force you to make tough decisions. [00:05:51] The Right Number of Values? What's too many? What's not enough? An exercise in comparing and contrasting oth…
 
Simon runs SnapShooter, a service that performs scheduled server backups. We discuss: why backups is NOT a dull business how the pandemic pushed him to make the jump to full-time charging his first customer just $2/month - and quickly learning to charge much more a "I did a rm -rf on the wrong server" story Links: SnapShooter Simon on Twitter…
 
What is the difference between going to market and marketing? What mindset do you need to be in to accomplish your goals for both of these stages of business? In addition to answering these questions, Brian and Jordan dive into their marketing goals, content strategists, and updates on where they are with their Rally and ZipMessage. Jordan talks ab…
 
Andrew Gazdeki (@agazdecki) has some contrarian viewpoints when it comes to the startup ecosystem today. I invited him here to find out about his beef with TechCrunch and how he is empowering founders with his own company, Microacquire. Follow Andrew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/agazdecki Check out Microacquire: https://microacquire.com/…
 
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