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How I use AI to speed up low-code development
I made a quick Loom to share something you might find interesting. I have been building this tool for myself and got some positive feedback from people. I think this could potentially make development for low-code projects easier, if I can improve on the concept of this. If you want to try
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New comment Jan 29
1 like • Jan 29
Great Tool Robert, thanks for sharing
Bypass Apollo Credits
Hello Everyone, In this video, I will show how to bypass apollo credits so you can get leads and execute sells using email marketing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DySwmMMgcd0 Any questions, please let me know.
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How I engineered my automated beer money generator.
Discover the fascinating journey behind Matchkraft, a super-smart cloud tool featured on Hacker Noon. This cool software, created by a clever mind, uses fancy algorithms to make digital marketing tasks super easy. Imagine it like a digital helper doing all the hard work for you! The article spills the beans on how Matchkraft isn't just a regular tool; it's the secret sauce behind a nifty beer money machine. So, if you've ever wondered how technology can turn into money, this story spills all the deets. It's like having a magic wand for your online marketing dreams! 🚀🍻 #MatchkraftMagic #BeerMoneyFun https://hackernoon.com/how-i-created-a-beer-money-saashttps://hackernoon.com/how-i-created-a-beer-money-saas
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New comment Nov '23
1 like • Nov '23
Thanks Robert!, the game is just keep moving forward. And try new things hehe. Regards!
The Blueprint
There isn't really a 'blue-print' for becoming a SaaS Founder. Most people say: make your product fast and share it everywhere like Product Hunt, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Unless your tool really puts out a fire on someones head, you probably have to beg for users. And nowadays, everyone's tired of paying monthly fees for software. Everything is another $XX/month. It's becoming overwhelming. If you're bootstrapped, I don't think the move is to sell software on it's own. I think it's better to leverage it to build a community of fans. My view? Offer (most of) the software for free. Build a loyal fanbase, then capitalize on the subsequent opportunities. Think consulting calls or having your team leverage the software to deliver DFY results. The focus? Services complementing the software. Once your software reaches PMF, you can then monetize it more independently if you want. And with a large group of users, you'd reach PMF more quickly. This approach might be unconventional, but it's a fast track to a huge group of users. Imagine the opportunities you'd have with a group of 10,000 fans.
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New comment Oct '23
1 like • Oct '23
Yes, I agree. I am also offering some subproducts for free like the product hunt email finder tool and in the future the email finder tool. Sometimes, I think this is a good strategy. You can use your SaaS as a lead magnet.
Do as they did, not as they say.
Many of us listen closely to tech giants, hoping their advice will serve as our roadmap to success. However, their own paths don't always align with their current advice. Elon Musk encourages founders to build ambitious companies that aim to save the world, yet he built his initial wealth with Zip2 and PayPal. Sam Altman speaks of building large teams that tackle hard problems over years, but he began with a mobile social product named Loopt. Peter Thiel questions the value of formal education, but he himself attended Stanford Law School. Their advice is compelling, but their beginnings paint a different picture. They began with what was within reach, learned from those experiences, and then chased grander visions. Before basing decisions on their current opinions, it's essential to reflect on their entire journey. It's not solely about their present views but understanding the steps that led them there. By focusing on our unique paths and using insights from theirs, we can forge our own success.
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New comment Oct '23
1 like • Oct '23
Also, I have seen that behavior with less successful people. They say one thing but then they do another. I think it is part of the image they want to sell. XD
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Rene Tatua
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@rene-tatua-5488
I am the founder of matchkraft.com a SaaS platform for digital marketerts, web researches and lead generation freelancers.

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