January 16, 2020

Raised Prices

Timur Nurislamov @the_fa11

As of today, MyRef costs 4x more. I raised prices from $100/mo to $400/mo, and emailed existing customers to let them know. Fingers crossed this goes well!

Today's Top Milestones
  • 🙂 Friendly is an LLC now!
    When I launched Friendly just under a year ago, I wanted to get started as quickly and easily as possible, in line with the lean startup philosophy. T
  • Finished the build ready for beta users
    We've finished the build! We're now testing it with our own business subscriptions, and trying to break it this week. All going well, we should be ema
  • Threw together a landing page
    Hi, indie hackers! I am glad to join and start building publicly. My launch is at February 1st. I am Paul, a software developer from Moscow, Russia. Y
  • COVID Briefing added to Nabu
    I summarized all major global COVID dashboards and websites with updates to have a one-stop centralized place to keep track of the situation. https://
  • Dev Concepts - Week 10 progress
    Hey there! Great news this week, I've completed the first draft of part 1. It's of course an important milestone, and it feels GREAT. Part 1 is 95 (!)
  • I got my 2nd sale!
    I received my second sale for http://supercharge.dev/ today! It was really cool because again there was no marketing done! Instead, I have been focusi
  • I got my 2nd sale!
    I received my second sale for http://supercharge.dev/ today! It was really cool because again there was no marketing done! Instead, I have been focusi
  • Launched a coming soon landing page
    Launched a coming soon landing page, https://pesakite.com. A more detailed landing page is still under development. For now I needed a single page to
  • Launched our landing page to get beta users
    We purchased a domain (subtrac.io) and spun up a quick landing page to collect email addresses for our beta users. We got 10 in the first week and con
  • Started building the MVP
    Once we had the idea, we set to work writing the code and designing the interface for Subtrac. Within a week we had a working prototype that we tested