Building in public

Gideon Oni-Becsen
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What does it mean to build in public, practically speaking? And what are possible channels by which to go about that?

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Gideon Oni-Becsen
I hope I as well as many others would get to grasp a thing or two from your answers. Thank you as you share your opinions.
Maxwell Davis
My impressions is that it's the process of sharing your work in progress, decision making openly. This is to get early feedback, engage with potential users and ensure you're building something that people want. Easiest way to see examples is to follow the #buildinpublic hashtag on Twitter
Qudsia Ali
It's the process of bringing an audience along for the journey while entrepreneurs build a product or service before it's ready for release. When you have an idea to build a product, you share it with the relevant community and take their feedback to ensure you make something they need or want and keep them in the loop while you build the product.
Maciej Cupial
I think it's just sharing what you do with others, being honest. I use IndieHackers for it. I regularly publish progress on my project. You can have a look: https://www.indiehackers.com/pro...
Yuri Lisin
👉🏻 Twitter is good to share your progress and grow followers 👉🏻 Indie Hackers is a place you can connect with other indie founders 👉🏻Tokenhunt.club is a place to cultivate early supporters Also wondering if there are any other useful channels to BiP
The Scopes
I think it's just sharing what you do with others, being honest. I regularly publish progress on my project. You can have a look: https://thescopes.net/
ERROL ALLEN
The phrase “building in public” refers to the business practice of taking an audience along for the ride as entrepreneurs develop a product or service, even before it's ready for primetime. also visit my blog: https://errolallenconsulting.com/