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We've built this for engineers who can build great things but need help switching to the 'marketing hat'. We break down the successful ways we've learned to market stuff into engineer-digestable lessons and tools.
So you don't need to worry about losing time and money on weak marketing.
Are you building the right thing? How do you validate your idea to make sure you'll get users?
Building is the easy part.
Zero users means zero profit. The good news is, coding can be great marketing.
You've got your first users. Now how do you make and grow profit? Turn your project into a successful business.
Marketing isn't to be feared. It's the cornerstone of really getting the thing you've made out into the world.
20 april, 8:30 am
My journey writing code started when I was 10. QBasic. Since then I've thoroughly enjoyed learning lots of different software languages. Fundamentally though, I've learned that I love to make things.
Along the way I've built 50+ pieces of software and made a solid living as a software entrepreneur. I sold my last software project to Automattic (#) in 2019, and after my tenure there, and a healthy year-long sabbatical, I’m back to empower other engineers.
Having gone through building a product business from scratch multiple times, and meeting lots of great software entrepreneurs and solopreneurs along the way, I've learned a sad truth.
As engineers, we often kind of suck at marketing.
"I tried building many products and tried to validate them. Unfortunately none of them got any users at all."
You're more likely to fail if you don't learn to build profit.
It can be difficult to know where to start. What mediums, platforms, or services to use to market.
Don't lose loads of money guessing.
Putting your idea out there can feel like a risk. What if someone copies your idea and your revenue?
We can show you how to push through and win.
We want to code first. We like our IDEs. But it is possible to be a profitable solopreneur making software.
It just takes strategy, which is learnable.
Developing is easy. Making the world care can be hard. The good news it's a learnable skill and it's approachable in a rational way, just like software engineering.
✅ Learn the best ways to market your side projects
✅ Apply your engineering skills to marketing problems
✅ Save money by not paying for ads or marketing consultants
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