Indie Hackers are EFFING Helpful

I'd like to shoutout @Paolo who reviewed my gumroad page.
I made the page in about 2 hours, sold $100 of reviews in 48 hours and thought "I guess I'm done."

Now, with this review in hand I went back and made some epic changes.


If you can learn anything from this. Be insanely helpful and just do it.

I wish there was a way to give kudos to @Paolo on IndieHackers. I can follow him but I can't really "star" him or "rate" him 5 out of 5 stars.

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    Woah, thanks Andrew! Didn't expect this at all. I'm happy to help, love this community!
    Goodluck with everything and let me know how it does!

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        hi, @AndrewKamphey do you mind if I use this comment on my gumroad page?

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    Agreed! I have had lots of helpful feedback on buildfaster.co.

    If it wasn't for them, I would be lost 😅😅

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    Yes! I'm consistently blown away by how helpful this community is. Props to @Paolo for being a legend.

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    Love this, and yeah, it sums up my IndieHackers experience!

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      who would you give kudos to?

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        For starters... @rosiesherry @zerotousers @arvidkahl @PaoloAmoroso...

        There's more that I've forgotten, but this is a great start.

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          Thanks @RichAwo!

          In the early 1990s, when I started exploring the Internet, I spent a lot of time in Usenet newsgroups both reading and learning from others, and replying to try to help. But the latter is actually another way of learning.

          I've been doing the same since then.

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