One of the best part about the business has been the reaction from Twitter. I keep telling developers and founders to make a Twitter account as a tonne of coders hang out there. I'd say I do well on Twitter because I regularly provide value and I have a very specific niche. There are loads of people learning to code on Twitter!
I'm up to 3,000 now which is nice since this is 6 months since I started my account. So 500 followers a month on average. I do share lots of success stories as well as requests for help so that has helped me become a thought leader. I will quite often get tagged now when people are looking for advice. It's good to be helping people and not always just self-promoting.
I polled my followers yesterday about Bootcamp Index which I am making to show people the best places to learn to code. They were able to tell me to include what languages are taught in the bootcamp profiles and actually I don't think the other comparison sites do this. So you can get a lot of value from followers.