This is a collection of tweets that helps me to achive my goal. Tweets about Money making, building a profitable business and Side Income
Learn to sell. Learn to build. If you can do both, you will be unstoppable.
Everyone wants to be brave. Very few of us want to feel vulnerable. There is no courage without uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. Brave is vulnerable. Embrace the suck.
The world is now permissionless. No one can stop you from creating a podcast, publishing a newsletter, or creating a project. The only permission you need is your own.
Prediction: The best indie hacker companies in 2021 will be building tools and platforms to support the creator economy — the millions of people moving online to make a living from writing, videos, podcasting, teaching, etc.
@LifeMathMoney A few basic income streams one can build in something like a week: - selling icons online - building a basic course on Skillshare - affiliate marketing - starting a YouTube Channel: use the outro, video descriptions, comments sections to promote the above - blog. blog. blog.
A Quick SEO Content Strategy Plan out your content using Content Pillars. There are 3 parts to this strategy. 1) Parent Keyword The parent keyword topic should have significant search volume. Ideally 2,000+ searches per month. And be one or two words in length. THREAD
💡 Startup Ideas💡 How do you find great ideas? How do you evaluate them? • @paulg • @sama • @eriktorenberg • @Austen • @cdixon • @lennysan • @shl 7 thoughts from 7 deep thinkers…
I rely on gut feel: - Can I find customers? - Will they buy? - Will enough buy to make it worth it? - Am I willing to get in this commitment? - Will I enjoy it? - If it doesn't work, will I get a second chance? If my gut says "Very Likely" to all, the idea passes the test.
@dvassallo @dvassallo what do you suggest for testing ideas? To see if there is any interest in that niche. Thanks
1/ 💬 Trends #0045 — Paid Communities A thread: • 🏁 24 Players • 🔮 3 Predictions • ☁️ 7 Opportunities • 🔑 4 Key Lessons • 😠 5 Haters
Online writers should serve three plates of ideas: 1) Samples: Quick ideas that grow your audience by giving people a taste of what you do. 2) Appetizers: Short articles that people can share and try out. 3) Main Course: Long-form essays that are the bedrock of your worldview.