Indiehacking is hard. What are some good accountability and support communities for hackers?

Sudharshan C. Babu
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I came across https://weekendclub.co/ and it looks awesome. What are some similar communities like this?

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Product magician ✨
Small plug, but Makerlog. It's a small, friendly community and we have chats as well. Do send me any questions or feedback if you choose to join!
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Building tools for NFTs
@matteing I just signed up for this! It's a great idea
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Security Researcher
@matteing This is a fantastic idea as well. Earlier I had a chance to go through Makerlog and even the landing page is super inviting. Looks like I need to dive in quickly to take the benefits.
Ramen Club + Indie London
Hey @cbsudu - Weekend Club founder here. I may be biased in thinking you should check us out 😉 but would also recommend: - Founder Summit - Launch MBA - Makerlog - IndieStack - WIP Chat
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Building tools for NFTs
@charlierward Thanks! This is helpful
Security Researcher
@cbsudu @charlierward I liked the model in which you could present your solution as well as recommend similar ones. That shows your support. Thanks for helping and this is useful too :)
Founder of Tetriz.io
This is the idea behind https://lunadio.party/ It is a community of indie hacker. You can share your weekly goals there to have accountability toward other community members. There is also some weekly master call, to share experience between members.
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Building tools for NFTs
@fabian_maume Nice! Will check this out
Shopify
Big shoutout to IndieLog, a platform for indie folks to vlog in a casual way. https://indielog.com/
Security Researcher
@thecoppinger Vlog for founders. Sounds tempting. For people like me who have never done or attempted it would be really interesting.
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Co-founder at Qinaps.com
To promote Qinaps.com after mulling over diff social platforms to start off with, LinkedIn made it to our top of the list. It took some networking and posting relevant content to get our first 100 followers. Also, it's the place where corporates honchos live and therefore can pay for your application/ software. Of course, we discovered platforms and communities such as IH, PH, Reddit, and others later. But Linkedin is tricky because our corporate friends were seeing and judging us in our start-up journey. But I was quick to realize that in the start-up world you gotta shamelessly promote and talk about your baby everywhere possible. If you don't no-one else will.