December 2, 2020

PyPI Python Package for Ayrshare

Geoffrey Bourne @gbourne

We had tremendous success with our Node.js NPM Package - several new clients signed up after finding us on NPM. If you're focused on the developer community, I highly suggest investing in building packages/modules for the community.

Today, I'm excited to announce the release of the PyPI Python Ayrshare package. With the package, you or your clients can post to all their social media account with just a few lines of code. The PyPI package encapsulates the Ayrshare's RESTful API calls.

We're looking to build the next package in either RUST, Go, or PHP.

Today's Top Milestones
  • Got my first paying customer!
    Yep! My first one! Always a great feeling to get your first customer paying. I am still in early access but I have 7 people trying out the product and
  • Update 125: +3 customers
    1. What we worked on last week and how well did we achieve our goals? ✅ Added 3 new customers for +$149 ✅ 1 sales call with qualified lead 2. What we’
  • $400 MRR
    A few things made this possible. Monthly subscriptions started carrying over and compounding. I also made a good change to my paywall that increased c
  • New blog content
    The last 2 weeks were very intensive for @handypolls team. @yongfook wrote that he spent a week developing new features and then write content about t
  • The first batch of users was invited
    We finally invited the first batch of users. Having 50+ people on the waiting list was awesome but we also had a good amount of people on the list tha
  • Launched on Reddit! Lots of excitement :)
    I posted on Reddit's fantasy bball sub, and boom! There's a ton of traffic to my site, and it actually took me down for about 10 mins :|. I spun up an
  • We're looking for a creative graphic designer
    Are you a creative designer, who works freelance and enjoys remote work on innovative projects? We are looking for you! Read carefully before you appl
  • Launched a landing page to validate the idea
    I had this idea to create a platform that tackles the accountability problem in online education. I want to help people sign up and finish their learn
  • Eight more paying users from Hacker News
    We finished the landing page — before that, Brick didn't even have a landing page — and put it out on HN. This brought us about ~1000 signups, four pa
  • Hit $11,000 MRR! 🔥
    This amazing journey started here on Indie Hackers with our public MRR announcement in 2020. We were a small firm (and we still are, haha) with just b