Last week I launched MakerMove, a platform to discover useful resources like tools, books, podcasts, etc. for makers and startup founders. Link: https://www.makermove.com/
The response was great, people really seemed to love it! It reached second place on PH and got some nice traffic.
I was really curious to see if people would sign up to become a Pro, which costs 29 dollars a year and gives you access to extra resources, like contact information of journalists and more lists of investors.
Before adding more features, I went and launched this MVP version to validate the idea. And yes, within a couple of day's 3 people became Pro members! This is great, because now I know I built something people are willing to pay for. I can now focus on improving the product and create more value.
Also, because of the great response, I can focus on adding some affiliate links. Or adding a feature to promote your products.
If anyone got some ideas on improving MakerMove, please let me know! I'm thinking about adding features like bookmarking, commenting, upvoting & submitting new resources by the community. What do you think?
Today, MakerMove is launched and featured on ProductHunt!
MakerMove is a platform to discover useful resources like tools, books, podcasts, etc. for indie hackers. It includes curated lists of:
If you got any feedback please let me know!
It took me some weekends but now I'm ready with my MVP version of MakerMove. I usually tent to just keep working on my side projects because I always find things to improve, but this time I'm happy with the version of the product right now. I'm going to improve it a lot when people will like it, but first I'm going to prepare for the first launch of the MVP version of MakerMove!
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