Hello and welcome back to Indie Bites, the podcast where I bring you stories from founders, in 15 minutes or less.
In this episode we have Derrick Reimer, who is the founder of SavvyCal, a new approach to calendar scheduling and has since grown to multiple thousands MRR since he launched it earlier in 2020. Derrick also co-founded Drip with Rob Walling in 2012, which was acquired by Leadpages in 2016. You might have heard Derrick on the Art of Product podcast with Tuple co-founder Ben Ornstien where they document their journey building their products.
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- What is Savvy Cal?
- What problem is it trying to solve?
- Why go into such a crowded market?
- A nice market or crowded one?
- The advantage of being a solo founder or small team vs larger competition
- How did Derrick build before launching the MVP?
- How much growth has come from pre-existing audience?
- What goes into a good Product Hunt launch?
- When should Indie Hackers bring marketing support on?
- What marketing tactics can you employ?
- How does Tiny Seed funding work?
- Should other founders look for this type of funding?
- Art of Product podcast