For years, I've been reading tweets but rarely posting online, staying in the comfy lurking zone.
Today I learned there's a rule stating that only 1% of the users of a website add content, while the other 99% of the participants only consume it.
So let's try an experiment 👇
Discussing with a friend, I realized I had value to share, after contributing to the launch of the largest startup campus in the world, working on growing a cybersecurity startup, or running Mailmeteor & other "Muses" businesses.
I never actively shared stories and added value for others in the makers' community, probably out of shyness or fear of rejection, or...whatever.
Hence, I decided to start tweeting every day.
(how original? isn't it 😬)
👉 From today onwards, I'll try to document as much as possible what it's like to be a full-time independent maker on Twitter: @cuireuncroco
Tweeting about creating bootstrapped automated businesses, but also growth hacks learned over the years & more mundane stuff (because there's more than work in life, that's the main thing behind being an indie maker, right?)
I'd love to interact with more people from the forum and lose this fear of posting stuff online. It's been 3 days but so far I think I still overthink each post too much!
See you tomorrow? 👋
PS: Today I shared 8 websites that are an incredible source of inspiration when building a SaaS, website or app: https://twitter.com/cuireuncroco/status/1382337363087654914