Sam Dickie
Sam DickieProduct Manager Maker NoCode & BetaTesta

What are the best tools and resources for non-tech entrepreneurs?

Im looking to add some more tools and resources to my site - and would like to hear some recommendations from the PH community. Drag and drop builders, design tools like canava, automatic mockup generators, chat plugins, popup widgets etc. 🤓
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    All-in-one web design platform

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal28bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Anyone and everyone without any prior coding knowledge can create responsive websites without code. Much more powerful than other darg-and-drops. Waiting for their Interactions 2.0!
    • Webflow is a game changer for Smoke Tests, Landing Pages etc for side projects. I haven’t used it on a large scale project (yet).

  2. 3
    Startup School

    How to start a startup, by Y Combinator

    Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal Bhatia51Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    This is a great collection of videos and resources. I'm going through the Founder's Track right now, and I love the approach they are taking to help launch/grow your startup. There are many non-technical founders following along.
  3. 2

    Free toolkit for growing your website traffic.

    A suite of free tools that can be used to grow your website's traffic. The Sumo tools are easy to install and work on any website.
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    Build a fully functional web app without any code

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal28bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Visual programming for non-tech entrepreneurs. As it says "Build a fully functional web app without any code". There is a learning curve to understand the fundamentals of visual programming.
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    • Keith Crosley

      Look: There’s no platform that can enable someone with no freaking clue about how to build an app to magically build one... But boy does Bubble come close.

      I love visual/no-code/alterna-code environments and have worked on several of the most famous ones. Bubble is right up there.

      I feel like this tool‘s positioning (“you don’t have to be a coder”) belies its true strength. It‘s GRRRREAAAT for those who would rather NOT code most stuff.

      I do my best to help folks out in the forums at, but wish it had a StackExhange equivalent -- it’s that deep. Love it and wish it the best. You can build awesome stuff on Bubble, but (duh) prepare to learn some computer science In the process (this is a GOOD thing)...

    • An app that's more about doing something technically than paying any attention to the user or use-cases. Is just very impractical, with all the real-world features difficult to impossible. Just look at data-upload:

  5. Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal28bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Imperative for early-stage (beta-stage) tech startups to attain feedback from site/app visitors. Easy to install and works everywhere.
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    Real-time team messenger tool

    Intuitive, user friendly and easy to get a hang of. You can integrate project management & productivity apps. Plus real time chat to keep in touch with your team mates.. Also, all this on the free plan :)
    • RJ Lewis Digital
      RJ Lewis DigitalRJ Lewis, Digital Consultant

      I love that flock is stable, easy to use and has a good base of application integrations. I typically miss flowdock, but the overall collaborative experience is better than slack. Been using a little over 6 mos.- couldn't pick that though

  7. Rauno Metsa made this product
    Any human being can build software with this. Not just simple websites, but real web applications that do a bunch of stuff. Currently not public, but you can leave your email and stand in the queue.