$300 - $3k MRR in 90 Days & Daily Vlogging

Hey guys,

After working on my SAAS (https://gettreely.com) for 8 months and going on a hiatus for 3 months. I decided to take on a challenge to completely build out the product. e.g. adding a pay-wall, bug fixing, product launch, etc.

At the start of the journey, the MRR of the product is $300 and by day 90, my goal is to reach $3000 or more. To document the journey along the way, I'll be doing daily vlogs.

Stay tuned!

Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcNoMrDnsRrW-D_x2HRB5ZQ

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    Subbed! Also doing some building in public, only got some product stuff up so far, but plenty more coming: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCOjTsu-42qf0ERqyhGyRsvw

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      Love to see it. Checking it out!

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    All the best.

    I've subscribed to your YouTube channel.

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    Great idea @jackson hong

    I think YouTube is still waaay underrated as an acquisition source. I'll be following your journey.

    P.S I saw your channel is missing keywords. From "Creator Studio" go to "Settings" then to "Channel" tab and input keywords about your channel.

    There's quite a few things like that you could do to tell YouTube what your channel and videos are about. That will help them recommend your videos.

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      Appreciate it thanks!
      Doing the vlogging to get out of my comfort zone and hopefully, inspire myself to be creative. It's for fun really and it has been very eye-opening!
      Cheers for the tips and I'll get right on it.

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    I really like the idea of vlogging your indiehacker journey!

    Good luck!

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