A masterclass chat on Zero-to-1 and 1-to-n building with no-code
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Seth Kramer
Founder
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Glide App
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Bubble
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Webflow

A masterclass chat on Zero-to-1 and 1-to-n building with no-code

- Seth's story

- What no-code tools should you build your first iteration with?  

- Building with Glide insights and his light bulb moment

- How Seth, sought validation when building a SaaS

- How Seth built an audience and monetized his learning  

- Launching No-code MBA

- When should you decide to start using a heavier no-code tool like Bubble?

- Learn his product development process for scaling v1.0 and v2.0

- How to think about pricing his product

- Handling feature requests

- Performance building with no-code

- Data model design

- Learn from his cold reach process out for sales

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Hi, i'm michael

I started Side Project Stack to help Makers reduce the time and effort to make stuff with no-code.I launched Get Stackd. A former #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt. It helps Makers find the best no-code tools to use to make something. It's a 100% automated web app built with no-code.

What's interesting about it? Get Stackd take's the data from over dozens and dozens successfully made no-code projects to recommend the best starting point of tools to use to make your idea. I hope that you try it out. It's perfect for just starting out.Ill be adding more to the no-code space.

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