David Kramaley's chess education site makes $6,000/mo. Read how he's partnered with professionals and bucked conventional chess wisdom.
Jon Sherman explains how he tailored his self-published book to solve the problems of a niche audience in order to get to #1 on Amazon.
The last thing Ivan Delchev wants is for his side projects to require supervision. Learn how he takes advantage of automation and organic growth strategies.
Ryan Bednar went from SEO consulting to building an SEO product that brings in $80,000/mo. Hear how he got started, found his first customers, and grew.
One evening in October, Josh Pigford decided he'd had enough. Instead of dealing with disjointed metrics, he'd build a solution himself. In one night.
Stack Overflow co-founder Jeff Atwood explains how he's grown his open-source discussion platform's revenue to over $120,000/month.
In 2016, Mubashar Iqbal was named as Product Hunt's Maker of the Year for launching more products and better products than anyone else. In this episodes, Mubs shares his thoughts on what allows him to be uniquely prolific.
Moritz Dausinger started off like so many of us, releasing and then abandoning project after project. But when he launched Mailparser, something changed. Listen to the story of how he built, grew, and sold a profitable business as a solo founder.
Why do some products become habits? What keeps people coming back to apps like Facebook and Pinterest every day? Nir Eyal breaks down the step-by-step process any product can use to to become a habit, and we also dive into the ethical implications of this new super power.
Not everybody gets to work for the internet, floating from project to project and doing creative work that they love, but Dave DeSandro does just that. Learn how he's made a career for himself by building and designing widgets that tens of thousands of other developers have used on their websites.