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Rosie here -- the Indie Hackers community manager. Welcome! 👋
This short guide is meant to help you get the most out of Indie Hackers.
Indie Hackers is a community for people building profitable Internet businesses. The key word here is "community" — to get the most out of IH, you'll need to speak with and learn from other IHers. Don't be shy!
For starters, take a second to introduce yourself and share your goals in the comments below. 👈
Just say a few words about who you are and why you're here. What do you hope to accomplish or learn in 2020?
I encourage you to respond to others as well.
We've interviewed hundreds of successful indie hackers. I recommend starting by reading a few of their stories. It's a great way to get an overview of what's possible and the huge variety of paths that different people take.
Every founder begins with a different level of knowledge, but learning never ends. It's good to do a little bit of reading upfront, but don't get stuck in a pure learning phase for too long and let that hold you back!
Once you've got a little knowledge under your belt, the best way to learn is to do. And there's no better time to do than right now.
Check out our "Start" page page for a list of practical steps and articles that can help you on your way.
Not only will it help you get started, but it should also introduce you to some of the best parts of the Indie Hackers community.
This is just the tip of the iceberg, but I hope it helps you get started!
Don't forget to introduce yourself and share your goals below! 🤗