Here’s an update on my progress towards my goals for 2019.
If you want a bit more detail and the backstory to my goals, you can check them out here.
So, here’s how January went Continue reading
I spend quite a bit of time on indiehackers.com, helping newer founders. By far the most common question I see is “I’ve built product X, how can I market it and get customers?”
Well hang on. If you’re in that situation then you’ve already made a big mistake.
There’s only one way to make sure you’re building something people will pay for. And that’s to Continue reading
[Work in progress – I’ll be back to make changes and improvements soon]
Today I officially launched my social proof consulting service at SocialProofMe.com.
For those of you who are interested, here’s a breakdown of how I put together the site, pricing and the thoughts/goals behind my new offering…
I’ve been doing consulting on marketing personalisation and social proof optimisation for a while on the side now. But it has always been word of mouth and Continue reading
Recently, I stumbled across Josh Pigford‘s list of ideas he’s worked on over the past 15 years or so (see embedded spreadsheet, below).
Spoiler alert: it’s a lot of projects.
What shocked me is that my own tally of projects probably isn’t much shorter. No matter how hard I try to resist, new ideas for Continue reading
I’ve been in bed with ‘flu for a week, so my goals for 2019 are a few days late.
In this post I’m trying to take a more methodical approach to setting realistic but challenging goals for 2019.
Firstly, I’m splitting the goals into categories (professional, personal, health etc) and prioritising them clearly. Like most people, I have a nasty habit of tackling the easy/attractive goals first if left to my own devices, so this approach should help Continue reading