Rob Walling is the man behind products like HitTail, DotNetInvoice, and Drip. But he also helped start a movement of micropreneurs: solo-founders, who launch their own products. These small startups don’t take venture funding and don’t hire employees. In this part 1 of our interview you’ll hear how he went from consulting, to building products full-time. Learn how you can acquire a product (instead of building it yourself) and why the code is less valuable than the product marketing.
“Building something people want is not enough”, says Rob “you have to be able to market it at a cost less than what the customer will pay you back over time.”
He also talks about how to launch products if you’ve already started a family (wife, kids, and a mortgage).