IntroCave Interview on IndieHackers

IntroCave Updates

IndieHackers is a community for founders of online businesses and side hustles to talk about how things are going and share numbers—kind of like what I've been doing on this blog, only with waaaaaay more sites at once.

IntroCave Interviewed on IndieHackers

IntroCave has been featured in an interview on IndieHackers! I finished this interview about a month or so before it went live, but it happened to come out on exactly the 365th day of me taking over IntroCave. I'll probably still do a 1-year recap post with a lot of this same content at some point, but I haven't completely decided where to post that type of content going forward (either here on this blog, over at IndieHackers, or on my resurrected-but-currently-empty blog on my personal site.

Salaries are great! Don't be afraid to work a day job for a few years and tinker on the side.

Besides that fun nugget, I also talk about:

  • shopping around for a business to buy
  • purchasing the business
  • what it feels like to take over an existing project
  • managing a full-time job on top of running IntroCave
  • improvements over the last year of running the site
  • monthly revenue from July of last year through April of this year
  • future goals

It was a lot of fun putting all of my answers together, and I'm glad the community over there seemed to like the interview.

it me

IntroCave is a one-person-show operated by Will Hankinson, but it's not 100% accurate to say every word is written by me. Some articles were live on the site when I took over. I hire writers from time to time to work on specific articles. People keep asking me to do guest posts, but I haven't actually seen any relevant submissions yet. "IntroCave staff" might make a better by-line, but currently that's just me. I've been building digital things for 10+ years now, and some of my favorite projects are posted over at my personal website if you want to take a look!

Feedback

If you've got any thoughts you'd like to share about this post (or anything IntroCave related), you can use this feedback form to send me an email! You're not signing up for an account or opting in to any kind of email list, and you could just as easily go type "support@introcave.com" into your email client of choice. But I LOVE getting feedback, so if this form helps people get over the hurdle, I'm all for it!

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