August 10, 2019

Reached Ramen Profitability

Lotus

Hypelance 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 Hypelance. But I'm not sure if I'll make that jump just yet…

Today's Top Milestones
  • 📈 Trends crossed $10k
    !Trends crossed $10k Less than 3 months ago, I wrote a post on how I failed to mo
  • Made my first sale 🎉🎉🎉🎉
    Yesterday I made my first sale for https://creativedesignsguru.com after launching the website three weeks ago. I have targeted some potential custome
  • Published Technical Guide to Building a SaaS
    In the past few months I've been pushing hard to create useful content about how to build a SaaS application in my technology stack of choice (Django)
  • Update
    Good: * Launched on Product Hunt: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/tasksift * Released much-anticipated drag & drop / copy & paste / select files fea
  • Launched IndieStack
    Today I am officially launching the private IndieStack community. For the first few months, we've been in silent mode. Slowly finding like-minded digi
  • Launched my first product and made $300!
    In 2017, I started my blog and newsletter, Life Reimagined. Long story short… after gro
  • The summer update 🏖
    After a few weeks without updates, I bundled a bunch of improvements and launched them. Typehut now has two new templates, site meta descriptions, RSS
  • New dashboard look
    Just made some changes to the overview dashboard to better present the most important insights at a glance. In the next days I will group together the
  • Color Palette Improvement
    The UI Bakery color palette generation has greatly improved. ✨ Now, you get a much softer color stretching from bright to dark shades with no oversatu
  • Released MVP
    It took me about 6 months to complete because I was kind of inconsistent with the development of the app until recently. Some of the hardships involve