Hey IH! 👋
I'm a product person, so maybe this comes less naturally to me. The hardest part I've found about indie making so far is everything but the making: the marketing, spreading the word and finding the right channel/audience. It's often alluded to by successful makers, "find your big niche" or "understand your target audience really, really well". I can build digital products with ease but I find this the hard bit.
Is your low growth ascribed to not having found that channel yet, a leaky funnel or just a non-existent problem? I have had lukewarm success on this front, in validating ideas so far in my 6 months of indie making. I'm learning daily though and gaining know-how on how to engage users, experimenting with different channels, etc.
What are your thoughts on this topic? Would be keen to hear what you think and your experiences! 🙏