October 12, 2019

Reached Ramen Profitability

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DataFeedAPI.com is now making $4000 a month, enough to cover my rent and expenses!

Probably the biggest thing that helped me get here was charging more. I charge companies around $400 a month, so I only needed 10 paying customers.

This is super exciting, because it means that I can theoretically afford to quit my job and go full-time on DataFeedAPI.com. But I'm not sure if I'll make that jump just yet…

Today's Top Milestones
  • $15k/month
    It's been roughly 1 year since I've launched Pixel True and overall I'm happy with the progress of the business. Our revenue comes from a mixture of s
  • Deployed the landing page MVP
    We have been trying to get the product up and going in the last few weeks, which made us realize that we don't have anything to show others about our
  • New anti-procrastination guide out!
    We've just released a new guide (How to finally stop procrastinating) on overcoming procrastination! As a maker, founder, and indie hacker, I use the
  • First customer!
    We've got the first customer on our website! Earlier we've got sales on the test website and marketplaces. But today we have sold Tokyo Illustrations
  • Day 8 – Shipped landing page skeleton
    We took a break from building product to see if we could put together some copy and get it in front of potential customers. It's embarrassingly barebo
  • Just Launched InoLetter
    Hello folks, Just launched our Brand new ghost theme. With InoLetter you can Create a Newsletter site in no time utilizing the power of Ghost Publishi
  • Public Beta! 🥳
    After a couple of busy months and sleepless nights, Screpto is finally here and ready for early adopters and beta testers and I couldn't be more excit
  • Bubbling away nicely - Mostly thinking
    *It's been too long! - Spent some time over the last couple of days to jump back into this project.* It turns out there are quite a few more use cases
  • 👨‍💻 Added techy filters to ThreadOk
    A nice person on Twitter awared us of this lack of techy tags, he submitted threads about dev but didn't find the proper tags so he picked "💻 Gadgets
  • Alpha Launch (MVP Done)
    After 2-3 months of developing we finished the MVP and are ready to take on Alpha clients to work closely with. We also began the vetting process for