1) I’m doing SEO for around 8 years now and always experiment on new ways to do stuff This also means I’m started a few sites already (most failed) A handful of them succeeded, with my ‘biggest’ win so far is selling a site for double my yearly salary at this point 2) But this story is for another thread 😄 I prefaced this as an advanced tactic because you already need to have skin in the game to pull it off When I decided on the niche for my new project I knew that I could have success quite fast 6-12 months and I’m golden but … 3) I wanted faster results Aged domain? Could work but I couldn’t find a great fit So I tried something else If already got an authority site in a different niche This was my leverage 4) I produced a lot of content for the new niche and published it on my old ‘authority’ site Enough to build topical authority (or a topic cluster 🤷🏼♂️) I’ve waited a bit and the first rankings started to settle in 5) I let them ‘stew’ for a while and let them get cozy in the serps While I waited I produced more content for the new niche and designed the new site 6) After a few weeks (like 6 days ago) I copied them over to the new site and optimised them a bit further TOC, more images, better structure — stuff like that As soon as I was done I redirected all 23 articles to the new domain 7) I was very curious how well Google will react to this But it looks like Google’s okay with it 8) Some of them dropped and I last a few valuable rankings (temporarily 🥸) But most stayed at their position more or less There’s still a big ? If they stay or I get kicked out of the serps … 9) Currently it seems to work and is a nice ‘hack’ to skip the dreaded Google sandbox I’m happy with the result 🙌🏼 10) If you found this thread valuable I’d appreciate a RT and press the ‘follow’ button while you’re at it. Thanks for reading! ☀️ Check more here: https://twitter.com/saintvienna/status/1537114478738870273?s=20&t=hckMsDVO_RQymqrUvp385Q
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Hi Makers! This thread is dedicated to you if you are: (1) launching soon or recently launched (2) looking for beta users (3) asking for feedback on a landing page First, start by helping out another maker. You can check out their launch, give their product a review or share a comment on their launch post. Once you've helped someone else out, share your product link here and BE SPECIFIC about who your target audience is and how we can help. 😊
Hi 👋 I am working on this side project (https://quickchatbot.versoly.page) last few months and appreciate your feedback. This is Wix.com/SquareSpace etc. for Chatbots. Users Select a chatbot template for their business (food outlet/hair saloon/dentist etc.), enter data points and system auto-creates a bot which can be embedded on website and Messenger, Whatsapp etc. Thanks.
I've decided to join the $100, 30-day challenge to becoming an indie hacker. The challenge is a great way to set constraints when validating a product and growing to profitability as quickly as possible. When building my first project, I spent $4,000 manufacturing a new physical product (failed). My second project, I spent 12 months working relentlessly to build a product that wasn't validated (failed). This time, I plan to be meticulous about the way I allocate resources. By choosing to stick to a simple concept, I've created a clothing label for passionate makers like myself, called Maker Threads. There's certainly nothing innovative about a clothing label, but I'm excited to already see promising results in comparison to my past projects. Current breakdown: Spend: $35 (Shopify monthly fee) Revenue: $44 If you're a maker who's ready to get serious about monetizing your product, I'd recommend joining the challenge to see what you can achieve 🙌 If you've previously taken the 30-day maker challenge, I'd love for you to comment below and share your learnings throughout the process.
Hi makers! My cofounder and I are currently in the idea validation stage where we are still interviewing people in our target market. The problem is finding these people - we are looking to chat with people who have a lot of calls/meetings. This could be sales calls, customer discovery calls, UX design interviews, recruiting interviews, important internal meetings, etc. Would really appreciate any leads on where to find people to talk to. 🙂
We are looking to offer API access to our partners. We would like to create keys for them to interact with our system, and also manage a vault that holds their keys etc., What's an easy way to do this? Is there a product out there that I can use?
It's way easier to build an app than you think. Using a few no-code tools online, I was able to whip up a small prototype in under 5 minutes. The tool I used is called Glide (glideapps.com) and it pulls data from a google sheet to fill a few different templates. All I wanted to make was a simple app that lists all my previous live streams in one place, and I already had the past episodes listed on a google sheet, so I changed the formatting a little, plugged it in, and it worked. You can add chat functionality and more to the app, but as a simple database app it worked like magic. Plus, it's free to use and experiment with. There is one catch though, you can't then submit that app to the app store. The app functions like a basic website when you pull it up in a browser, but Glide will immediately prompt the user to add the app to your home screen. If the user does that, it functions just like you downloaded it off the app store. It's no longer in a browser, and you can even get notifications from it. That's great because it's a free way for your potential users to download your app. But that's also bad because it's atypical. It's not the normal way you download apps, so there may be a lack of professionalism there. (would love some thoughts on this) Beyond that, just imagine the possibilities? You could host parties and make an app just for that one party if you wanted to create a certain vibe. It could list attendees, and information about them so everyone can network easier. You could create a scavenger hunt using different password limitations within an app. All of these are simple ideas, yes, but you don't need to be wildly unique to make something valuable. Now, of course, there are ways to build apps with significantly more customization in design, functionality, and be able to actually publish them to the app store. A few tools you should look at are Adalo (adalo.com) and Bubble (Bubble.io) - Adalo seems more design oriented and has almost all the functionality you need, but Bubble takes it a step further, and allows for an insane amount of integrations and action calls from different tools. But, the point is, for 99% of your app ideas, you can build them very quickly without coding a single thing. You'll have to take the time to learn a few tools, but you won't have to worry about development or design. Adalo, for instance, is capable of creating and hosting a two-sided platform like UpWork, including payment, etc. Anything that's been built in some way before is likely going to be super easy to build on a no-code tool. There's a lot of power in that. I did a live stream on this, too - let me know if you're interested in seeing it!
I am an online learning enthusiast and passionate to find the most productive ways to learn online. While working on my first startup, I found for myself that the most productive way to learn is from the recommendations of other founders who made it happen. Try to find more like-minded people to share the best content together
Why I am not able to find a single platform for managing my website, website visitors, and Conversation Management together? When I tried to search a platform that provides a full suite of solutions for running up a website and manage my visitors /leads, a strange thing I found is that is, I need to select a platform for CMS, then I need to choose another one vendor for Live chat and the third one for contact management including campaigns. Is it strange to have multiple platforms to have cover up all this?
For me it would be Tidal, music helps me concentrate on work and get my tasks done, Phillips smart hue lightbulbs a complete mood changer and my Le Creuset casserole dish, can prep a beautiful dinner and just let it simmer for a few hours while I work
If we leave only one essential ability that all company founders should possess, it is that of an activator. Activators find a way to initiate something and achieve results, which is synonymous with the notion of a leader. Activators create the team's core, develop the basic "idea" and strategic direction, organize the legal form, find office space, organize meetings, etc.