Yesterday, I made a poll https://www.indiehackers.com/post/3-ways-to-generate-10k-month-what-would-you-prefer-683fc40fe1 to learn from indie hackers. Other than the number, there were some interesting insights, so I made a summary and think it's worth sharing:
Most indie hackers avoid charging $200/month. At that price, customer support is a big deal, you'll probably need a team.
Most indie hackers go for $10/month + 1000 users because of 2 reasons:
Instead of $200/month, $50/month is a magic number for indie hackers in B2B. $200/month is a little too high touch for indie hackers.
Very few indie hackers like to have 2 products. Don't have a clear reason for this yet.
B2C is more for indie hackers, especially when we want to keep it $10k/month and stay independent.
B2B is more for startups, when we want to minimize churn, have better & faster iteration on the product and scale further. We'll need a team.