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Indie Hackers alternatives and competitors

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Indie Hackers is a place where the founders of profitable businesses and side projects can share their stories transparently, and where entrepreneurs can come to read and learn from those examples. Browse over 200 interviews with founders who've revealed their revenue stats and behind-the-scenes strategies.

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  • Case Study Club 2.0

    Learn how people design digital products
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  • Failory

    Failory is a community where failed startup owners come to tell their failure stories and the mistakes they committed, so that future entrepreneurs can learn from them and don’t make the same errors.

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  • Normal Software

    Insights and ideas from businesses outside of tech
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  • Maker Mag is a community-driven magazine for indie makers, by indie makers.

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    It's fantastic to have a place for stories and advice from makers. There's so many good articles already published and I can't wait to see t…

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  • CodementorX is a freelancing platform built on top of the vibrant Codementor community with 300,000+ developers and 8000+ vetted experts. Our developers are peer-approved mentors, thought leaders, and influencers. CodementorX presents top candidates within 48-72 hours, to make sure you only hire the best.

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    I'm using CodementorX from the developer side. I did some mentoring and some interesting long term projects. Love you Codementor Team!

  • Interviews with creators to discover stories behind products
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  • Fiddy is a weekly leaderboard of the best new Indie Hacker side projects. Like, comment on, or share the best projects you find, or submit your own to compete every week.
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  • ⛵ Makers Up is currently the fastest growing news source in the indie maker community. Dubbed as a TechCrunch for makers, Makers Up keeps you up-to-date on your favorite makers, products & events 24/7.

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    Well maintained and active page with maker and product updates daily

  • IHBOOKS is a curated list of books, recommended by Indie Hackers.

    12 categories, 168 books (the list is growing) to let you launch and grow your side project or startup.

    Each book has:

    - his own detail page that displays the source of the book suggestion

    - redirection links (without affiliation) to Amazon and Blinkist to get the book

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    Ca fait gagner du temps quand on veut élargir ses recherches sur la tech et l'entrepreneuriat. Et c'est une liste issue d'une curation par l…

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  • Forward Thinking City is a virtual city for anyone to join and break into startups. In the city, any founder is able to join our Slack community, request intros to VCs in our community, and attend one of dozens of events we put on weekly.
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  • Makers

    The life-changing moments of the most influential makers
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  • The Hypergrowth Network combines the most experienced go to market leaders in tech with tools to help your company grow. And best of all, we don’t charge or take equity. We’re scaling access to the best advice so more people can create great companies.
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  • The Hack Stack

    The Hack Stack is place where you can list any cool products that you've either discovered, or made. It's designed to be meritocratic and free of distractions / clutter. It's just about the products.
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  • Mindful Humans is a community of makers, creators, and founders who track mental and physical health, encourage each other to improve habits, and share ideas to live happier and healthier lives.

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    I'm a member of the group for 2 months now and I advise people to join when they want to grow in a broader sense of life.

    Why I love this gro…

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  • CoderStory is a platform to share every story. With exclusive interviews from creators; we aim to bring you a new way of learning. We believe everyone has a story to tell, and you can find or start yours here.

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    Learning to code can feel isolating when you have struggles and no one to give you advice, Coder Story gives you insights into how people al…

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  • Built With Shopify

    Interviews & inspiration w/ profitable, ecommerce businesses
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  • Wrong Project

    Wrong Project is a publication for short, to the point opinion pieces from top creators all over the world. Let’s be honest — the number of articles in our “Read Later” list that we’re never going to get around to reading is getting a little out of hand.
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  • Owwly 3.0

    Have you ever struggle with your product's promotion? If yes, Owwly is a place for you. We are a group of indie hackers, designers and makers who want to build great products. Share what are you working on, successess, failures and interresting insights.
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  • Codementor Community

    Share ideas and learn from fellow developers
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  • AskMakers is the community to ask and answer the question about bootstrapping, making apps, and so on.
    It's still a small community but they are all the passionate makers and there are some successful makers.
    Let's help each other and build better products🤞
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