Indie Hackers Podcast

Indie Hackers Podcast 216: Andrey Azimov

Published: July 7, 2021, 2:44 p.m.

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Key Lessons from the Episode

The most important things to take away


Throw spaghetti at a wall and see what sticks.

"I didn't know what will work out so I just threw spaghetti on a wall and see what will stick"

Learn code by doing and searching on Google.

"Solve your own problems. Stop going to startup events. Avoid startup coaches. Learn code by doing and searching on Google. Avoid courses, boot camps, books and startup coaches"

Start small and focus on shipping.

"Better start something small like build one app that will work and will have one button. This is much more simple and doable instead of trying to learn code of the entire world"

Learn from user feedback.

"I even didn't launch. I showed for maybe like 10 or 20 people to get the onboarding right because many, I understood that what I understood myself and I believe should work where you should click real people even don't understand"

Keep building and launching.

"Each next project, I have bigger and bigger people interested in this particular project and in my challenge as well"

Episode Details

Episode Gist

Customer Acquisition

Andrey used social media platforms like Twitter, Product Hunt, IndieHackers, Hacker News, and his email list to promote Sheet2Site. He also engaged with users through user testing and incorporated their feedback into the product.

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Technology and Gadgets

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