Before I even know what indie hacking is, I ended up stumbling into building a community via doing a history Podcast. I have a small Twitter audience of close to 800 followers. Just random, normal folks who are into history and podcasts. If you have a product where they might be a potential user - pass it on. I will happily promote it for free. I have been building that community for three years now and feel comfortable promoting stuff without losing them.
Bonus: If it's doing any kind of social good, not just selling stuff - I will put it on the podcast as well (~2000 unique downloads/week).
Doing sleazy marketing stuff is not for me; so I am trying to be nice and authentic hoping a few folks out there would do the same to my product - although you really don't have too! There are no strings attached. Like open source software - you can just take it and go :)
If this post goes crazy - I will do a couple of products a day. So, it won't be too spammy.
Okay it went crazy. I will get to everyone here. I don't want just throw meaningless stuff on Twitter, so I will thoughtfully go through every post and product and will come with a good pitch for it. To see where I am up to
check out this google sheet: