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Last weekend, I deciced to remake my abandon project, sbored, and the results are not too shabby. More updates coming soon

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p.s. The bounce rate is so high because the website effectively is one page
I launched my blog. The first post is about why I did it and why you should too.
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I launched my blog. The first post is about why I did it and why you should too.
#buildinpublic

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so much easier said than done… 👇

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step 1️⃣: market research ✅

step 1️⃣.5️⃣: market research+

Finding gaps in the solutions.

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step 1️⃣: market research ✅

step 1️⃣.5️⃣: market research+

Finding gaps in the solutions.

#buildinpublic

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🔨 Working on an app to find ideas that can be scaled and monetized

Problem: We all have too many ideas that we want to work on, how to find ones that can be scaled and monetized.

#buildinpublic
Step 1️⃣: Research

I am going to curate a collection of problems and solutions to these problems.

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🔨 Working on an app to find ideas that can be scaled and monetized

Problem: We all have too many ideas that we want to work on, how to find ones that can be scaled and monetized.

#buildinpublic
🔨 Working on an app to find ideas that can be scaled and monetized

Problem: We all have too many ideas that we want to work on, how to find ones that can be scaled and monetized.

#buildinpublic
Is it possible to build two things at the same time?

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🎨 Design work done ✅
💻 On to building it 🔨

Soon, you'll be able to find problems to solve (or find solutions to those problems)

#buildinpublic #startups
Finding problems to solve is one of the hardest things founders have to face.

I was thinking about making a platform where users can voice their problems, and founders can either propose existing solutions, or solve the problems.

What do you think?

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Which # has more reach / which # do you prefer:

#buildinginpublic or #buildinpublic ?
Stripe integration is much harder than I thought it would be, especially with Sveltekit and Supabase.

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