Community Building October 28, 2020

Share your social media

Cody Mikol @koaty

I think it'd be nice if we all shared our social media pages so we can follow one another on our indie hacking journeys.

I currently have a side business in the works ( and maker community (justshipped) that we are trying to gain some traction on

I'm excited to see what everyone's feed looks like




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    If you are anyone who is interested in design community, you will love my product, ruttl!
    Visit product website - Click here
    Visit linkedin page - Click here

    I would appreciate any feedback from all of you guys on the same!
    Thanks for doing this post, @koaty!

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      Very cool, just followed your LinkedIn and requested a beta invite!

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      The site is looking great @harshvijay :)

      For my own business, I'm trying to connect with people who make products aimed at creatives. Can I message you with a couple of questions?

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        @MarkMyerson sure thing! Just shoot me a message on linkedin by visiting my profile here

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          Hey @harshvijay - sorry, I missed this notification! Sent you a connection/message on LinkedIn :)

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    If everyone is interested in UI/UX tips

    I'm tweeting about this stuff from time to time.

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    @RichardAwoyemi on Twitter
    I tweet about entrepreneurship, startups and life.

    I also run a substack page where I write about the above called The Startup.

    Looking forward to connecting!

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      Cheers! I was an actuary too! Also post about startups & entrepreneurship.
      Let's connect on twitter.

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        My Twin 😂
        What's your Twitter?

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        Thanks - lmk what you think!

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    You can find me at:

    Links to my other social media platforms are listed there, and for my .plan you can always finger [email protected]

    I don't pay much particular attention to the oppressive corporate silos of cacophany that are full of hate and censorship like Twatter, InstaSPAM, or Faceplant, so people giving out those creds is basically a useless link for me. As an advocate of privacy and FOSS I find those places almost completely useless and fail to see why anyone would use them for their professional presence when there's so much more that is actually relevant and of distinguished significance in the open source community.

    I do understand that there are a lot of devs in the Microsoft world so maybe those monolithic silos are appropriate for the folks working professionally on that side of the equation, but I don't really cross paths with those professonals much anymore, with my companies earning most of their revenue from the eradication of those technologies in the enterprise, and the deployment of FOSS - both on premise and hosted in my own data center facilities in the cloud.

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      Can you elaborate on how your companies make money by deploying FOSS, when it is free and open for everyone to use?

      I'm just curious to know the model of this business and how it is sustainable in the long run.

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        Actually, it's selling software that is the non-sustainable model.

        We charge labor for installation, updates, and security patches for all on premise and managed hosting. We also offer enterprises a myriad of unmanaged SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS hosted services at our data center facilities in Los Angeles and Helsinki.

        The MRC model works well for us, provides a quantifiable income upon which we can reliably establish a budget while additional customers and subscriptions increases our bottom line.

        If all you do is sell someone else's (or your own) software, you need to find new customers each month. If your focus is break/fix service you can't project reliably for your quarterly budget either.

        We also require that all of our customers contribute annually (whatever they feel is fair) to the developers of any FOSS we install for them on premise, or in the cloud with our fully managed services. This helps to ensure the continued development of the products they use.

        For example, most customers pay a sizable contribution to the Mautic developers, much much more than enough to buy them coffee, and are happy to do so. Compare that free software to Hubspot at about $5K/mo. Plus... They retain ownership of all of their data lolz.

        Consider what little, if anything, you can mark up something like Windows for, or Office 365. We make much more money deploying LibreOffice and Thunderbird on the desktop than we ever would with Microsoft products and our customers save hundreds of thousands of dollars each year.

        It's a win win anyway you look at it

        We also contribute toward all of the software projects that we offer hosted SaaS solutions for. For self-managed IaaS the customer is free to install and run whatever they want, and they are responsible for any licensing related matters for any proprietary software, while they merely pay us for monthly, quarterly, or annual hosting fees.

        For closed source, proprietary software, it's almost always only self-managed hosting on the virtual machinery chosen by the customer.

        Does that help?

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          Thanks for the explanation. It helps for sure!

          This is a point of view which I have neither considered nor exposed to, before. Will keep exploring the options over time.

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    Building my Twitter network @FNTey - would love to connect with fellow indiehackers out there! :)

    Also, if you're looking for a name, One Word Domains is a product I built that has a database of all available & brandable one-word domains - be sure to check it out!

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      Very clever way to aggregate nice looking domains! I've followed your twitter

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        Thanks a lot, Cody! Followed you back - love what you've built with and mywifisign! I'll add to the .LINK TLD page on One Word Domains!

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          : ) Much appreciated!

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      excited to check out what your making. followed

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        Thanks a lot man, followed you back - super excited to see what you build, "3D worlds from the edges of the earth where you can meet on zoom" is such an intriguing tagline! :D

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      That's a pretty kewl tool you've built there Steven. I was really impressed.

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        Thanks a lot for the kind words! Really appreciate it! 😇

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      One Word Domains is a great idea @steventey!

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        Thank you so much, Mark! Glad you found it useful! :)

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      Sounds great, I followed you! I'd be happy to connect with other indiehackers too on Twitter (especially if you're from Europe!). See @jochemgerritsen.

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        Followed you back! Love what you're building with Enter Network - and it's a great use of the .NETWORK TLD too!

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      Nice porduct. Followed.

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    Just new to twitter
    also my product is on twitter

    nice Idea :)

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      I have to say that your product idea is very very interesting :)
      Doesn't really seem useful but it sure sounds like fun!

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        thanks :) yes it's more like fun! but my idea is that it could be a nice traffic acquisition channel as long as it keep growing in visits :)

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          Yes, very interesting! Branding looks good too. Might get more interest if site linked out for whoever owned the homepage. But maybe there are risks involved with that?

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            yes it links out but the current owner did not provide any url 😞I hope that soon someone will beat him so that all of you can see a more complete product :)

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      Very cool, I've given you a follow. How many actual payments have you gotten through isricher?

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        Thanks man! right now 12 users paid! ( 12 more of what i was excepting !) now i'm trying to get some traction and more traffic on it. In future i will add a leaderboard !

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    Hey folks. 👋 I’m trying to make developer assessment a bit more meaningful by building a dev assessment platform and sharing what I learn along the way on the following mediums:

    Great to connect with you! ✌️

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      Your site looks great, nice to see another Next.js dev here. Followed!

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        Thanks, Steph! Next is great! Saw you also into it so I followed back! 😀

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    I run a growth-focused content marketing & SEO agency for startups. We've grown to $1.5MM ARR in about 4 years and helped many software and SaaS business achieve 3, 4, 5, or even 10x growth.

    I'm also working on several projects to diversify my income.

    My Twitter feed is a mixture of personal lessons, content/SEO strategy, growth frameworks, and tactical marketing ideas.

    You can find me here:

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      You are killing it! How was freelancing going before you jumped full-time onto this?

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      Congratulations, I'll definitely watch out for your tweets. How long did it take you before you went all in on the business?

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        Thank you! I quit my job in April of 2016 to go full-time freelance. By the same time in 2017, I had quit taking on new freelance work and focused full-time on running the agency. :)

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    Hi, would appreciate connecting on Twitter I tweet about coding and seeking financial freedom.

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    I tweet about startups and software engineering.

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    Happy to connect!

    Me - @Alex_b_h_
    Portabella - @portabellaio
    Just Launched - @JustLaunchedDev
    How to X with Y - @HowToXWithY

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      Hi Alex, I'm with Doesign, a design directory that connects UX/UI/graphic designers to a suite of tools best meet their needs.
      Would love to add Portabella to the directory database that I'm building.
      Would you be interested in that?

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        Definitely! Get rid of that pesky Jira and replace it with Portabella.

        All seriousness though sounds cool!

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          Thanks alot, Alex! Love to find alternatives made by indie hackers like you. Please complete this Product Form here for founders and Portabella will be automatically added to the database.

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              Received! Thanks again. I’ll notify you when I launch the directory.

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    Just followed everybody here on Twitter 📈

    I'm @KennethCassel on Twitter.
    follow if you like #buildinginpublic content.

    I work on two projects.

    Use Pandas 🐼
    A free open-source site for Python pandas recipes.

    Deliberate Python 🐍
    Master python fundamentals with spaced repetition

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      Very cool, I thought I was in for a newsletter on bamboo shoot recipes before I read the site 🐼

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        hahah that is amazing 😂 love it. Maybe I should make some bamboo shoot recipes too though

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    I share my progress in building my SaaS starup Upvoty at

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      For the ones that are on IG as well: (a lot of behind the scenes during the day!)

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      upvoty seems really useful, followed

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      Followed you on Twitter. Are you one LinkedIn?

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    UX Design, Productivity Tips, What I'm building at Supernotes

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    I'm on twitter and facebook recently. I'm sharing my product progress and news. Also some code related.

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        Thanks Mate! Followed back.

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    Hey, nice idea :) My Twitter is I post updates about my current project and stuff related to front end development and data science

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    Hi I'm pretty new to Twitter but I'm planning on tweeting about the progress of our AI Social Media Manager

    Personal Twitter -
    Product's Twitter -

  18. 1 has all my links. Would love to join you on your creative journey!

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    Very cool idea!

    Follow my indie journey on my twitter @SlamingDev

    If anyone interested in Esport games: I am building a menu bar app to follow matches and results from your desktop :)

    if anyone interested in Formula One or Moto GP: I'm building a mobile app to stay up to date with the schedule and never miss a GP!

    Glad to see such a good community around :)

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    Great idea! I'm on twitter at - I tweet about iOS development, freelancing, and productivity. I also just started writing about all those in more long form in my newsletter,

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      Nice, followed and subscribed

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    Hey! Great idea! My twitter is @joshghent and the product I'm building, an API and End-to-End performance monitoring tool, is @turboapi

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        Awesome thanks a lot amigo! I will follow you likewise! Look forward to seeing your progress. Great idea for a thread btw. Hit me up [email protected] and we can collaborate on something perhaps :)

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    I build Hellonext. I'm on Twitter at @imkarthikk

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    Added everyone in the thread to the Indie Hackers list I have, I believe.
    I talk about startups, data science, hoping to do more no code with the ideas I want to build out.

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    event tips, creator spotlights and product updates

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      I really like the layout of mixily, feels very clean. Followed : )

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        Thank you! Followed back

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    refinecltv is a digital community of women + minority-owned businesses and a directory of these businesses! currently jut in chicago, but will be in all major cities in the U.S. one day!

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      Your instagram content looks really great, followed : )

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    SnapMob is on-demand affordable photography. With our app anyone can be a paid photographer. Simple to use UI/UX. Users can take photos with their smartphone or a camera, upload the pictures and send them to customers. There is no scheduling, no endless phone calls, no expensive or time-consuming photoshoots.

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      Very cool, I just signed up for an account, it looks like the find user page currently returns a 404 btw .

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        Yeah. You found it! That is the surprise scavenger hunt page. I am kidding. Its a feature that fell off and we are fixing it. I was focused on the apps. the webpage took a side seat.

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    👋 Hey I’m Stephen, I tweet about side projects, maker tools, no code and the like! Currently working on Product Names check it out if you’re interested in available domains for inspiration or side projects 🚀 You can find me on Twitter at

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      That's pretty neat, gave you a follow. I think it'd be cool if you either did referral links on the domains you post, or if you did reselling through another registrar

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        🙏 Thanks, great ideas!

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    This is great ! I was just looking for new people to follow... Here's my Twitter (I'm pretty bad at tweeting so far lol) :

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    I post UX stuff, and occasionally memes. @PeteRamsey ✌️

    Company stuff is @BuiltforMars.

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    My twitter:
    Daily I post about:

    1. What I'm building #100DaysOfCode
    2. A recommended Medium reading
    3. A sales tip
    4. A motivational quote.

    Plus all related to a startup - nomadic life :)

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    I'm building a Design Tools and Resources Directory that saves your time and energy in picking the right tools for your needs and styles.

    Here is the website: Doesign
    If you are a founder of a product that serve UX/UI/graphic designers, you can fill out this Product Form and I'll add it to the existing database

    I appreciate and welcome all feedback from you all!

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      Very nice, I think we may have a product in the near future that might fit the bill for Doesign!

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        Thank you. What’s product do you have in mind?

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    Followed almost everyone.. Happy to connect. here is my twitter

    My Projuct:

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        Thanks..& I have followed back already.. :-)

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    Great idea, I just started my twitter account after a long hiatus and followed most of the accounts posted, good to see what other indiehackers are up to!

    I'm a React / Next.js dev and I'm planning to write mostly about coding.

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      I'm more of a Vue guy myself at the moment, but it will be nice to see whats going down in the React world, followed 🐔

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    @chiefhustlr on Twitter.

    I am currently in an incubator program called EntrepreneurFirst. Trying to find problem/market fit.

    I post about startups, entrepreneurship and mindset.

    Looking forward to connect with everyone here!

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    I'm tweeting about building apps / websites (Django , Python, security, devops, infrastructure), as well as freelancing stuff I've learned from 5 years of being independent.

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    Hey everyone! If you're interested in all things related to Django check out

    I also talk about indie hacking and building in public on my personal profile ->

  37. 1 on twitter. I talk about SaaS marketing and life and a bit of tech.

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    Great idea! I'm currently building a SaaS in public, documenting my journey with a weekly newsletter. Here's more on my story and my newsletter, The MVP Sprint.

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    Here's my twitter :
    I don't really post a lot but I will be launching a product I've been working on here within the next month! :)

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      Followed, I'll keep an eye out for it : )

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    I am active on Twitter as @schakko, mostly tweeting about my experiences in the software industry and how to get software products faster released into marketplaces.

    My blog and personal infos can be found on I am covering a lot of topics: somewhere between management, CI/CD, Java/PHP and networking issues.

    Currently I am working on ninkik, a platform to easier publish software products on marketplaces like Gumroad.

    My latest side project is, a newsletter course to get better in database/ER modelling. It's primarily focused on trainees and students. I've started it because schools and study courses for database modelling are lacking pratical exercises which deal with topics like modelling social networks, history tables and deriving a database schema from a screenshot.

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    My twitter profile: @svenfrese
    I'm tweeting about building my projects, general tech and marketing stuff and being a dad entrepreneur.

    My current project: @stackprintio A platform to quickly build REST APIs without writing any code.

    Looking forward to connecting with more fellow indie hackers!

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    Great idea - followed a few.
    Mine twitter for Ayrshare is:

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    @AWaselnuk where I tweet about my work and general thoughts on things.

    Sword & Source is my current focus:


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      Very cool, subscribed to your newsletter and twitter 🐆

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    Thanks for the thread Cody! followed.

    I'm crafting 3D worlds where you can meet on zoom.



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      Subbed, that's awesome, does it support VR?

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        thanks! initially it will be offered in a web app that you can access in VR.

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    Building a future where tech serves people, not the other way around. Learn more at:

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      Subbed, that's awesome, does it support VR? <== Edit replied to wrong thread 🙉

      Contact link seems really cool as well, I could see this being really useful in a large team

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      Very cool, although you're first and third link got borked, they link back to IH

      for anyone interested these links work


      @csallen I think this might be a bug in IH, it linked like this for some reason

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        Good call out, thank you! I'll also edit the mail comment.

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    My project: Community Finder -

    Follow if you like community building and coding content.

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      Very nice, just subscribed to Community Finder and followed : )

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    Hey everybody! I post about UX design:


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      Nice, just subscribed, I really like the insta info carousels

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    Here is my Twitter: @angezanetti

    ✨ I'm a solo entrepreneur, trying to build 6 products in 6 months!
    📣 I tweet about Launch strategy, Startups ,Marketing, No-code, and I build in Public

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      I did find a bug while trying our Formito

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        Thanks for letting me know. Will fix it today ;)

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    It's a very nice idea for all of us.
    . is my twitter account which I made for my blog

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    My feed will be filled with tweets/retweets related to software engineering, information security and programming paradigms.

    Always happy to connect with like-minded individuals --> @ecstaticdonut

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    Twitter -
    I write on technology, startups, and news about building

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    Twitter -

    Just getting started but looking forward to building something new!

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    Just new to twitter
    Hoping to start new adventures in 2021! (Already started some)

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    @wlsnbr: I write on decentralization, blockchain and digital rights.

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      Been meaning to up my python game, followed : )

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      oh awesome! I talk about Python and pandas on Twitter :) @KennethCassel

  55. 1 - I talk about #nocode, startup investment and growth :)

  56. 1 - Sharing 3-4 SEO tips a week. Send me a DM that you came from here and I'll follow back 🙌

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      Do you have a newsletter?

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        Not at the moment !

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    Good idea!
    I tweet mainly about development and the state of my project (Mockoon) or

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      Very cool, followed

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    Ayee, you can follow me on twitter Posting usually stuff related to coding, mostly backend. More indie hacker stuff coming later on ofc now that I started

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        Thanks a lot mate :)

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    I’m on Twitter at and Mastodon at I share updates about my app SongRender, blog posts I write, politics, tech, music.

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      I would appreciate any feedback from all of you guys on the same!
      Thanks for doing this post.

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    Hey you can follow me on Twitter I share my journey ad a founder working towards hitting 7 figures.

    On my Instagram I share daily stories

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      Your app seems to be the VEED killer, very cool, followed!

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