September 29, 2019

Created a Product on IndieHackers

Jessime @jessime

We've been working on Hier for a few months now, and already have a few active customers. People seem really happy with the product, even in its MVP form.

For now we're focusing more on marketing and sharing so we can get feedback on what's working and what isn't.

Now is as good of a time as any to start chronically the journey on IndieHackers!

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